Teachers can teach kids about the Quartering Acts by discussing the definition, meaning, purpose and effect of the Quartering Acts in American history. The Quartering Acts passed as extensions of the Mutiny Act of 1686. More »

The Quartering Act of 1765 occurred in the 13 British colonies that would eventually form the beginning of the United States of America following the Revolutionary War. The act stated that British soldiers could be quart... More »

The Quartering Act of 1765 made it obligatory for American colonies to house and feed British soldiers in various types of stipulated accommodation at the colonists' expense. After the Boston Tea Party, the Quartering Ac... More »

Teach kids to read by teaching phonics, fluency and comprehension. Read to them, and read with them. This not only gives them the background knowledge needed to learn all of the components of reading, but it motivates th... More »

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The Red Cross suggests teaching first aid to children in stages, at home and at school. They offer a program called F.A.C.T. (First Aid for Children Today), designed for kids ages 5 to 8. Schools also offer first aid pro... More »

Some good suggestions for teaching children how to read include reading to them at an early age, asking questions about the content of reading materials and encouraging decoding. All children learn differently, so try ou... More »

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Reading and hands-on experiences are good ways to help students connect to past events and the prominent figures of black history and to reinforce the past's relevance to the current day. As with the history of any cultu... More »

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