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This product is a T-chart sort to be used after studying the Civil War. Included in this product are:-teacher directions-T-chart to complete sort-statements about the north and the south during the Civil War-answer keyNOTE: This product is a single activity to be completed distinguishing between des
Students have to learn about many roles and contributions of Virginians during the Civil War. These low-prep sorting activities are an engaging, hands-on way for them to review during your Civil War unit or later in the year for test prep! They make a great pre-test, classwork/homework assignment, r
Civil War Activity: Social, Political, and Economic Impacts SortThis product is a double T-chart sort to be used after studying the Civil War. Included in this product are:-teacher directions-T-chart to complete sort-statements about the social, political, and economic impacts of the Civil War-answe
This activity follows Virginia Standards of Learning Objective 9c for United States History to 1865. The activity uses a map of the United States at the beginning of the Civil War and students must identify all 35 Union, Border, and Confederate States while also creating a map key and coloring each
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5th - 6th
Are your students mixing up important Virginia battles and events from the Revolutionary War and Civil War? This hands-on set of sorting cards is an engaging, low-prep way for them to review the role of Virginia in the Revolutionary War and Civil War. Use this sorting activity just after you've taug
It's easy for students to confuse the major events that took place in Virginia during the Civil War. This hands-on set of sorting cards is an engaging, low-prep activity that works great for a pre-test, classwork/homework assignment, review, or assessment. Use this activity during your Civil War uni
This activity is a great way to have students review content while they practice the skill of sequencing historical events! Students will be engaged as they review the key events that took place in Virginia during the Civil War. This hands-on sorting activity is perfect for classwork assignments, re
This Civil War vocabulary word interactive sort is just what you need if you teach fifth grade social studies. This interactive sort asks students to sort between key words when discussing the Causes & Events Leading to the Civil War. Make sure that your students are able to tell the difference
Students will love this hands-on activity to learn about major Civil War battles! Students will cut, sort, and paste battle info onto Battle Cards. Perfect for interactive notebooks! Battles included: Fort Sumter, First Battle of Bull Run, Antietam, Vicksburg, Gettysburg, Sherman's March, Appom
Reconstruction Post-Civil War Vocabulary Sorting Activity This vocabulary word interactive sort is just what you need if you teach fifth grade social studies and have a unit on the Civil War. This interactive sort asks students to sort between key words when discussing Reconstruction Post-Civil War
People of the Civil War Vocabulary Sorting Activity This vocabulary word interactive sort is just what you need if you teach fifth grade social studies and have a unit on the Civil War. This interactive sort asks students to sort between key words when discussing the People of the Civil War. Make s
This interactive sort asks students to sort between key vocabulary when discussing the major events of the Civil War such as will review each of the major events of the Civil War like secession and Fort Sumter, Battle of Gettysburg, Atlanta Campaign, March to the Sea, and the Surrender at Appomattox
Civil War Sorts Bundle- 4 interactive vocabulary sorts with foldables included! These interactive vocabulary sorts will review Causes of the War, Key People, Major Events, and Reconstruction. Perfect hands on activities to supplement your Civil War unit.*Printer friendly, no clipart distractions, pe
When learning about the Civil War, it's important for students to understand the growing tensions between the North and South that led to this conflict. My product includes a two-page reading passage to build student knowledge about this topic, and a sort-and-match activity to help students see the
In the VS.5 strand, there are many Virginians students have to know. Included in this sorting review are: ♦ Abraham Lincoln ♦ Nat Turner ♦ John Brown ♦ Harriet Tubman ♦ General Robert E. Lee ♦ General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson ♦ General Ulysses S. Grant ♦ Abolitionists ♦ Various roles of Virginia
Civil War Vocabulary Word Sorts Pack is a bundle of 6 popular Civil War-themed vocabulary sorts. These are a great addition to your Civil War unit - whether you use them as an alternative assessment, review in preparation for an assessment, or just as a fun activity. Your class will love these act
North vs. South Civil War Vocabulary Word Sort is a great activity that allows your students to sort terms as either applying to the North, the South, or both sides during your unit on the Civil War. Students will need to use their textbook, class notes, or other outside resources to research the an
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Civil War Timeline Sort {U.S. History} This resource is a great way to quickly assess students' knowledge of the events that took place before, during, and after the American Civil War. Students are given events and a chart to glue the events onto. Sorts are a great way to check for student under
Civil War Battles Vocabulary Word Sort is a great way for students to review the Civil War Battles that are the focus of 5th Grade Georgia Social Studies (Fort Sumter, First Battle of Bull Run, Vicksburg, March to the Sea, Gettysburg). By sorting these terms and characteristics into categories, stud
NORTH or SOUTH? This sorting activity will have your students answering that question! After reading 28 fact cards, students will sort each card under "North" or "South". Topics include: Capital Important Leaders Battles Uniforms Flags Nicknames Economy and more! An answer key is included.
Events Leading to the Civil War Word Sort is a great way for students to review the Missouri Compromise, Compromise of 1850, Kansas-Nebraska Act, slave codes, Fugitive Slave Act, and Raid on Harper's Ferry. By sorting these terms and characteristics into categories, students can review the informati
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This is a quick one page sort about the majority differences in the North and South leading up to and during the Civil War. This is also part of my Civil War Unit Bundle!
People of the Civil War Vocabulary Word Sort is a great activity that allows your students to sort terms as either applying to Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, Ulysses S. Grant, Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, or William Sherman during your unit on the Civil War. You can pull up the Read
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4th - 6th
ALL digital interactive activity for students. This Interactive activity consists of a drag and drop sort for students to complete.Students can complete this interactive sort to practice learning information on the effects of the Civil War on both the North and South. Differentiation could include..
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