This simple graphic organizer helps students understand the events of the Boston Tea Party. This one page worksheet is ideal for upper elementary through middle school students. Excellent for group work, partner work, or individual student use, this product can be used in any of the following ways:I
This content-rich activity is student-centered and interactive! This Road to Revolution activity has 11 stations with close readings detailing the events that led to the American Revolution including: the Stamp Act, Townsend Acts, Intolerable Act, the Boston Tea Party, Lexington and Concord, Tea Act
This interactive notebook includes everything you need to teach a unit on the American Revolution in an engaging way! This resource covers the causes of the war through the Treaty of Paris.
The organizers in this resource can be used on their own, or as a supplement to student note. Interactive not
This interactive notebook bundle includes everything you need to teach about American history from Colonial America through the Early American Republic (Roanoke Colony - the Monroe Doctrine).
The organizers in this resource can be used on their own, or as a supplement to student notes. Interactive
Boston Tea Party Teacup Foldable Activity, Postage Stamp, Colonial-Style Newspaper Article Graphic Organizer, All About the Boston Tea Party Notes, and more! Keep students engaged as they learn about the American Revolution with these fun activities!Use the included Read About the Boston Tea Party I
These guided note graphic organizers are aligned with the U.S. History AMSCO AP Exam prep book. (They are aligned to the 2016 edition, but work with any edition 2015-2018)
They are excellent tools for helping students organize their notes and work great as a study tool! Use as an at-home tool or fo
Teach your students about the Boston Tea Party. This lesson is a power point presentation with video hyperlinks and interactive websites to explore with your class. Very colorful, even starts off with patriotic music!
Included in the lesson:
Cause and Effect graphic Organizer
This FREE interactive notebook includes everything you need to teach a unit on the causes of the American Revolution in an engaging way! This resource covers the Stamp Act through the Declaration of Independence.
The organizers in this resource can be used on their own, or as a supplement to studen
Integrate your Boston Tea Party lesson with art for a fun drawing activity. Students will use the drawing strategy of making an upside-down to portray some of the events leading up to the Declaration of Independence. Through the use of a grid drawing and drawing upside down, students will improve th
Social Studies - Distance Learning- Remote Learning- Online Learning ResourcesRoad to Revolution Bundle with Answer Keys 1. Road to Revolution Graphic Organizer with Answer Key 2. French and Indian War Reading and Map Worksheet with Answer Key 3. French and Indian War Chart with Answer Key 4. French
In this lesson students will learn about The Boston Massacre and The Boston Tea Party, and how these two events helped bring about the beginnings of the American Revolution. Throughout the lesson there is a writing prompt, graphics, illustrations, graphic organizers and comprehension questions for s
This set is a great addition to your study of The Boston Tea Party. It correlates perfectly with Classical Conversations, Cycle 3, Week 3, but can also be used without Classical Conversations. Included in this set are 4 different copy work/writing formats, 1 memory work reference sheet, story retell
Product includes a graphic organizer to take notes on the Sugar Act, the Stamp Act, the Townshend Acts, Tea Act, and Intolerable Acts. Additionally, an organizer using Depth and Complexity icons to analyze the Boston Tea Party and the Boston Massacre.
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This product is designed to be used with the Graphic Library The Boston Tea Party book. If you are looking for an easy extension activity for the Graphic Library book The Boston Tea Party, this is it! After reading the book, students complete multiple choice and short answer questions along with a c
This cross-curricular activity is fun and educational! Students will broaden their knowledge about the AMERICAN REVOLUTION by examining and responding to the poem A BATTLE OF THE BOSTON TEA PARTY written by Oliver Wendell Holmes in 1874.You will receive:TOOLS FOR ANALYSIS:Response Activity Graphic
NOTE: In order for the material to be completed, student must have access to original textProduct Description· Multiple Choice Test Questions· Vocabulary Quiz Questions· Key Terms· Word Search Puzzle for Each Book· Cross Word Puzzle for Each Book· Timelines for Each Book· 25 Activities PowerPoint· A
This product is a graphic organizer which helps students organize information on many of the events which lead to the American Revolution. This includes events like the Boston Tea Party, Lexington and Concord, the Boston Massacre, etc. Students are asked to fill in information for each like what hap
This product is designed to use visual literacy as a way to learn about American History, in this case the Boston Tea Party. There are two activities for students to demonstrate their knowledge using the same image from the Boston Tea Party.
The first activity is called Visual Literacy. A simple
Paul Revere Graphic Organizer
Paul Revere took part in the Boston Tea Party and maybe best known for his midnight ride when he alerted the Lexington Minutemen about the approach of the British in 1775. He was a silversmith, industrialist, and patriot of the .American Revolution.
Great for themati
When teaching students about the events that lead to the Revolutionary war - this unique timeline graphic organizer will help them organize their information in a fun way.
This road map provides room for students to list facts about the Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party, Continental Congress, Battl
This is a wonderful collection of 40 flash cards. 20 vocabulary cards and 20 definition cards. All words are taken from the book "The Boston Tea Party" (Cornertones of Freedom). These cards can be used to:
small group quiz practice
In "The Boston Tea Party Revisited" students are required to take notes on the historical significance of this seminal event of the Revolutionary War as it is presented in an easily accessible and authoritative website. The website’s “list format” makes it very approachable for most students. This a