‚ÄčThis series of activities are designed to teach students important concepts included in both the Process Skills and each of the 4 eras of world history.

AStudents are introduced to the World GeoHistoGram in order to read, interpret, and evaluate data presented in graphics, maps, and texts, and use conceptual devices to organize and study the past.

Teacher Directions

Students learn how early people migrated out of Africa, and learned to adapt to physical environments to survive.

Prehistoric Population of World Regions - Students answer the questions: "Where do archeologists think humans first lived on earth? and "How did humans spread around the world?"
Life of Early People - 4 activities to help students use satellite maps and environments to compare daily lives of hunter gatherers, pastoral people, and early farmers.
Coming Soon:
  • ERA 2 - Early Civilizations and Cultures and the Emergence of Pastoral Peoples (4000 to 1000 BCE)
  • ERA 3 - Classical Traditions, World Religions, and Major Empires (1000 BCE to 300 CE)
  • ERA 4 - Expanding and Intensifies Hemispheric Interactions (300 CE to 1500 CE)