I hate to admit that our study of the 50’s and 60’s was a bit more boring than the 20th century thus far. It’s partly because the gusto of school is waning as we see the end in sight, and partly because we covered most of this previously when we vacationed in Alabama last November.
So, besides time lines, continuing our lapbook activities, lots of reading and a documentary or two, we didn’t do anything exciting. We’re lumping together the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and noteable events of the 21st century as we try to wrap up this last history study of the school year.
1950’s and 60’s Resources