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Your students will be intrigued with the mystery of the Lost Colony. What really happened to the people the Roanoke settlement along the coast of North Carolina?This resource provides everything you need from online resources, guidelines and original articles to a planning sheet and multiple newspa
I created this resource to give background on several of the key contributors to the establishment of a colony in North Carolina. The product provides reading passages on Sir Walter Raleigh, Queen Elizabeth, John White, Ralph Lane, and the Lords Proprietors. There are comprehension questions for eac
Exploration and the Lost Colony
Facts about the North Carolina Colony
This quiz covers the NC Royal Colony and reviews exploration info
This 80 slide PowerPoint presentation covers the New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies. It includes the following topics:- Mercantilism- Joint Stock Companies- Types of Colonies (Charter, Proprietary, Charter)- Roanoke- Jamestown (hardships, tobacco, introduction of slavery, House of Burgesses,
Are you looking to integrate social studies into your reading curriculum? This resource includes 12 reading passages focused on the 13 Colonies. Please note that North & South Carolina are combined in this resource. Each passages includes 2-3 questions that going along with the information in th
This passage describes the lost colony of Roanoke. 23 questions (matching, true/false, and multiple choice) assess the students' understanding. Students are asked to write a paragraph explaining what think believe happened and draw a picture. I've included a color and black and white version, as we
This North Carolina history reading comprehension bundle includes 16 easy to read one page passages! Each passage comes with 10 multiple choice reading comprehension questions and an answer key. All of these passages are also sold separately and can be accessed by clicking below. However, buying thi
These 13 colonies cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the original 13 colonies. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.These Cootie Catchers contain the following:1. Students identify the colony from the description::Connecticut, Delaware, Georgi
A group of 117 English men, women, and children landed on Roanoke Island off the coast of present-day North Carolina in August of 1587. Under the leadership of Gov. John White, houses were built, and what was intended to be a permanent colony was established. The first English child born on Americ
This bingo game reviews concepts from the colonization of the 13 colonies. Want to use it during Distance Learning? Play it during a video meeting!Terms included: Puritans, Mayflower Compact, Mayflower, Quakers, John Winthrop, Jamestown, Roger Williams, mercantilism, Delaware, New York, North and So
**UPDATED 8/2018** I have added new material to the resources in this bundle. Please download the most recent version from your TPT account if you have already purchased this resource.This bundle contains three introductory PowerPoints about the 13 original British colonies in America. Each PowerPoi
This project requires students to cut out the outlines of the 13 original colonies and then paste the thirteen colonies where they go on a map. The students also have to label each colony. I used this as an assessment to ensure my students knew what the colonies look like and where they go. Includes
13 Colonies: This word search also doubles as a coloring book!. The solution to the puzzle is included. The 13 Colonies:          ♦ Connecticut          ♦ Delaware          ♦ Georgia          ♦ Maryland          ♦ Massachusetts          ♦ New Hampshire          ♦ New Jersey
Use this entertaining puzzle worksheet featuring the original 13 colonies of the United States as a treat for early finishers or just for something fun for the whole class when studying American history. Just doing the puzzle will help them memorize the names of these important states.Two versions
This download includes two reading comprehension passages, each with 10 multiple choice comprehension questions and answer keys. The first passage is about the failed 1585 attempt to colonize Roanoke Island led by Ralph Lane. The second passage is about the 1587 colony led by John White that disappe
This PPT follows the book 4th grade North Carolina Harcourt Social Studies: North Carolina Geography, History, and Culture. (Blue with light house, mountains and Wright brothers on front cover) Unit 2 Settlements and Colonies This Resource Includes: • Power Point on Lessons 1-6 Lesson 1: Early Ame
Ready to delve into the unsolved mystery of the Lost Colony? Find out all about how the arrival of the early European settlers impacted the lives of the people who were already here. How did the Civil War and the Revolutionary War shape North Carolina History? This comprehensive bundle consists of f
Introduce your students to the 13 original colonies with this printable handout (1 worksheet plus answer key). This handout includes the list of 13 colonies and the year each was founded before declaring independence and becoming the United States in 1776. Students will write the name of each colony
This bundle of digital reading passages includes 16 Google Forms passages about North Carolina history, Each passage includes 10 self scoring, multiple choice questions. Share with students via your Google Classroom. Students will read each passage and respond by choosing the best answer for each of
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As a way to incorporate geography into the study of the American Revolution here are 13 latitude and longitude coordinates puzzles that your students can engage in. Each puzzle consists of a set of coordinates that they will plot one at a time connecting the dots as they go. If everything works ou
This game was created to help students learn about the thirteen original colonies (Massachusetts Bay Colony, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Maryland, and Virginia). There are 81 questions that ask about
History is full of unsolved mysteries, and who doesn’t love a good mystery? This packet is one of a growing collection of engaging inquiry-based learning adventures for your students. In each packet, students will investigate a mystery from history and try to solve the case! This investigation

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