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Stamp ProjectsActivity – Students will create notes over a topic. Using the essential points of their notes, students will create a commemorative stamp or a collection of stamps. Student Learning Objective The student understands changes over time in the role of government. The student is expected
This fantastic Revolutionary War cooperative learning activity has your students sorting 10 key events on a timeline leading up to the American Revolution.These events include:Salutary Neglect PolicyThe EnlightenmentThe French & Indian WarThe Proclamation of 1763Sugar ActStamp ActBoston Massacre
The Road to the Revolution Illustrated Timeline project is a fun,creative, and interactive way to teach the American Revolution.This project takes students through the events leading up tothe American Revolution, from the Proclamation of 1763 – TheBattles of Lexington and Concord. This project asks
Students will create a 13-slide presentation about the important events leading up to the American Revolution. On each slide, they will include a title, date, visual, and a summary. I have included guiding questions and websites for research. The project does not require the use of a textbook or tea
Sugar Act. Stamp Act.Key words include: ⭐ Prime Minister⭐ Sugar Act of 1764 ⭐ Stamp Act of 1765 ⭐ Petition ⭐ Boycott⭐ Repealed⭐ George GrenvilleThis PowerPoint presentation examines:► Why the Sugar Act was passed and what exactly it taxed.► Colonists’ reaction to the Sugar Act (boycott, smuggling).►
The bundle contains 18 engaging projects for essential content in American History (Colonial Era through Reconstruction). Students will be creating a brochure, timeline, booklet, mobile, Google Slides/PowerPoint presentation, poster, postcard, 3D Cube, advertisement, and a newspaper. The projects re
The bundle contains 18 engaging projects for essential content in American History (Colonial Era through Reconstruction). Students will be creating a brochure, timeline, booklet, mobile, Google Slides/PowerPoint presentation, poster, postcard, 3D Cube, advertisement, and a newspaper. The projects re
This is a project-based 3-day Common Core lesson plan that covers the key events on the road to the American Revolution. The end result is a creative poster that displays the research in protest-like fashion. We've made it very thorough so that you and your students get the most out of it. Students
Sugar Act. Stamp Act. Distance Learning. Keywords include: ⭐ Prime Minister ⭐ Sugar Act of 1764 ⭐ Stamp Act of 1765 ⭐ Petition ⭐ Boycott ⭐ Repealed ⭐ George Grenville This Google Slides presentation examines: ► Why the Sugar Act was passed and what exactly it taxed. ► Colonists’ reaction to the Su
:::::DISTANCE LEARNING FRIENDLY! NO PREP!:::::Learning Target: Students explain the causes of the American Revolution and understand the course and consequences of the American Revolution. This product includes a menu of six ranked and varied activities that can be used as a formative or summative a
This is for a WHOLE unit on the Colonies and Taxes Unit. I sell the items individually (see my store to see examples of the assignment and Power Point that you would be purchasing), however, this is a highly discounted price since it is a large bundle. Make sure you do not purchase my Power Point se
Students will create a classroom set of trading cards to help the class learn about the American Revolution. Each student will create two trading cards. The first card will include all of the important information about a significant figure, as well as a picture to represent the person. The second
For students to summarize and illustrate each event that is considered a cause of the American Revolution, in the format of a large illustrated timeline. The timeline is large, and uses five sheets of 8.5x11 paper. The events included on the illustrated timeline are: The French and Indian War
The American Revolution Research Brochure Project - this project fits on ONE PAGE! Perfect if you need to cover this time period, but need a condensed lesson unit! Use this as a guide for your own lesson or as an independent Internet research project.Need to be able to share this via Seesaw or Googl
Add this American Revolution coloring book set to your American History studies. Print 2 to 4 to a page to save paper, to turn into mini books or banners, and to make just the right size for interactive notebooks. The posters are perfect for your rotating bulletin board displays. Print these smaller
This Road to Revolution Timeline Project is a great way to get your students working and learning about each specific event that led up to the beginning of the Revolutionary war! My students absolutely loved doing this and I know yours will too!!!Within this download you will get...Project Overview
Spreading the Word Groupwork Simulation Presentation (Government). A creative approach to teaching the Stamp Act, the Intolerable Acts, the Battle of Lexington and Concord, and the Declaration of Independence. Students research, complete a script and act out the announcement to be carried by horseb
American Revolution Research Project Posters are a fun and simple way for your students to research different aspects, events, battles, and people of the American Revolution. These project posters are student friendly and help guide your students in what exactly to research. These posters are perfec
One of my absolute favorite projects. THE STUDENTS LOVE IT! Objective: Students learn about the events leading up to the American Revolution including the Pontiac's War (Pontiac's Rebellion), Proclamation of 1763, Sugar Act, Stamp Act, Quartering Act, Townshend Acts, Boston Massacre, Tea Act, Bos
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4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
The bundle contains 18 engaging projects for essential content in American History (Colonial Era through Reconstruction). Students will be creating a brochure, timeline, booklet, mobile, Google Slides/PowerPoint presentation, poster, postcard, 3D Cube, advertisement, and a newspaper. The projects re
This product can be used digitally to support your study of the American Revolution. Students will study specific people such as Crispus Attucks, Deborah Sampson, and Mercy Otis Warren. They will also learn terminology such as Stamp Act, or The Gaspee. It is specifically designed to go with the "Wa
In this project students placed in groups of 4 and they create a timeline of all the events that lead up to the Revolutionary War. For each topic (there are 8) they write a paragraph or more on a foot, there is a template provided. Create pictures and place them all on the poster board. This will ta
I use this project after teaching the causes of the American Revolution. Your students will first match 12 causes of the American Revolution to its description. They will then put them in chronological order and write in the summary and draw a picture that depicts the event.Events Include: Naviga
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5th - 8th
This project can be used during Revolutionary War units of study. Students can complete this project in a group or alone. You can assign topics or choose from some of the following topics: Stamp Act, Intolerable Acts, Boston Tea Party, Declaration of Independence, Benjamin Franklin, Samuel Adams,

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