General History Resources
Deeper Thinking with Timeline Projects
Top 12 Timeline Makers
History in Your Pocket - using coins as a starter for discussions. Could include notes.
Historical Scene Investigation (H.S.I.) - using primary sources of information students investigate and make decisions about historical events. Mostly a U.S. focus.
Teaching History.org - primary sources of historical information
Google Arts & Culture - includes links to museum collections around the world
Resources for History Teachers
NZ History Teachers Association
NZ History teacher Toolbox
History Resources List
History Teachers of Australia Resources
Using ArcSis to Teach History - other mapping tools could be used
World History NZ Teachers Blog
Library of Congress Resources
Using Google MyMaps - tutorial with ideas on use. great for looking at locations of historical events
Secondary History Resources
Fakebook - create fake profiles for historical characters.
Make your own with a Fakebook template
Fake iPhone messages
NZ Topic-specific Resources
Treaty of Waitangi - Treaty2u site
Kia Mau focuses on two waiata and two haka that have an association with the Māori Battalion.
BreakoutEdu games are similar to escape room challenges except they can be played anywhere as you are unlocking a box with multiple locks (real or digital). They all involve creative problem-solving, teamwork and critical thinking and can also involve content.
If you want to find out more check out my BreakoutEdu page with info and resources.
Some teacher-created Breakouts are listed below: