JUST ADDED FOR FREE - Additional Colonies: I was going to do this as a separate lesson; but have added another PowerPoint presentation, worksheet, quiz, and smart-board map - FOR NO ADDITIONAL COSTThis lesson teaches students about the earliest European colonies in North America. Students will learn
This poster, map and interactive notebook INB set covers covers the early American settlements of Santa Fe, St. Augustine, Roanoke Island, Jamestown, Plymouth and Quebec as well as the original 13 colonies.You will get the following:pg. 3: Poster of Early European Settlements (Santa Fe, St. Augusti
***Includes a Google version for DISTANCE LEARNING..... Please make sure any resources placed online are password protected so that only your class has access (no free public access). Thanks so much!You are purchasing a 14 page resource that includes a map and primary source activity. Your students
History is an abstract concept for elementary-aged students. It simply isn't relevant to them as it happened so long ago. It is my opinion that major occurrences in history need to be broken down into their most important events. And since history can best be described as a sequence of events, I cho
This graphic organizer is designed to provide teachers and students with a detailed overview of the four major colonizers of North America (Spain, France, the Netherlands and England) and the development of the 13 English Colonies. Teachers can provide this graphic organizer to students to complete
This fun and fast paced sorting game is a great way to review the three cultural regions of the 13 English colonies. Students work either alone or in teams to sort out passengers headed for the colonies. Great for grades 5-12.
This is a lesson for a 13 Colonies Unit. The lesson is divided into 3 parts - New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies. For each of the colonial regions, there are 4 parts:1. Students will read through a section on a colonial region. A possible extension to this is to use colored pencils or h
This is a 30 question webquest on the original 13 colonies. Students go to history.com and answer the questions as they read the article. This goes over the purpose of the colonies, the differences in all of the colonies, and it briefly touches on the American Revolution. This comes in a pdf and
This presentation sets the stage for the 13 English colonies, summarizing the stories of both Jamestown and Plymouth as the first two permanent colonies. Additionally, this presentation connects the reasons and methods of establishing colonies under the English crown with later conflicts between the
This bundle contains 1 month worth of work and covers the entirety of the "Colonial America" unit from Roanoke and Jamestown settlements to the First Great Awakening. This bundle includes all of the following:Notes Packet/Graphic OrganizerStudy Guide1 Mid-Unit Assessment + Answer Key1 Test + Answer
This presentation compares the New England colonies of the 13 English settlements in North America in terms of their economic activities, religious emphasize, government, and lifestyle. There is a presentation for each geographical region. A set of class notes for these 3 separate presentations is a
Here's a quick and easy way for your scholars to review the most important information they need to know about: The 13 Original English Colonies. First, print the pages on card stock. Then, have your scholars cut the squares. Also, you can use individual zip lock bags for storage. Note: It's
Students can use this to compare political, economic, religious, and social reasons for the establishment of the 13 English colonies.
Please ask me for help with directions or a “how-to” create the foldable before posting negative responses. I will gladly give you specific directions or create an
Each writing prompt explores the economic, social, political, and environmental factors that influenced The 13 Original English Colonies. The writing prompts provide background information (CONDITION) and the expectations for responding to the writing prompt (TASK). WRITING TOPICSLife in the New E
-individual PowerPoints on the New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies
-Puritan legacy graphic organizer
-Jeopardy review game PowerPoint
-three different colonization test reviews with answer keys
-colonization test with answer key
This cute and visually interesting power point covers the original 13 colonies and specifically:Founders informationReason for colony establishmentColonial economies by colony and regionReligious tolerance?Slavery (triangular trade, Middle Passage)Important events Regional chartEducation, jobs, The
Includes the 13 Colonies (divided into the three sections). They cover leader, economy, and facts about each colony, as well as pictures and maps.
Review questions in between sections.
Notes are included to help during lecture. Fully editable
This is a very useful visual tool for students to learn the important details of the Original 13 Colonies. I've included the blank reference sheet and the filled-in reference sheet. Please note that all colonies except New Hampshire, New Jersey, and Delaware have been included on this reference shee
13 English Colonies vocabulary word wall has the following terms included: Raw Materials, Libel, Mercantilism, Town Meeting, Religious Tolerance, Cash Crops, Royal Colony, Indigo, Import, Export, Bill of Rights, and Government. Each card has the term, it's description, and a picture or symbol of eac