Learn about some of the popular items and entertainment that was available in the 50s, with this fun and free 1950s Research Flip Book.
1950s Research Flip Book
With more freedoms and less financial stress, the 50s was was a time for drive-ins and dancing. During this peaceful time, families were able to purchase a new home and a car, their children were able to play safely in neighbourhoods and attend new schools.
Learn about the popularity of drive-in theatres, the jukebox, poodle skirts and more with this fun flip book.
In this flip book pack, children will learn about:
- Drive-in Theatre
- Sock Hop
- Fuzzy Dice
- Music and the Jukebox
In this flip book, you will receive one page of information about each of the five items as well as the flip book. This information page can be used to complete the flip book, though it would be good for children to do their own research. For each item, there are multiple spots on the flip book page for children to write or draw what they have learnt about each item as well as a place for their thoughts.
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