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Do you use the Liberty Kids television series in your classroom? If so, here is a great viewing guide with history and ELA questions to keep your students engaged while viewing. Questions cover historical facts about the Battles of Lexington and Concord based on the viewing of the movie. Questions
***This episode is included in a bundle titled Liberty's Kids Pack A Episodes 1-10. You can find it in my store. These questions are in a very simple multiple choice format. They serve as a guide to the video to ensure students are paying attention. I prefer to do this method than questions with
Escape room lesson plans are ideal for reviewing key skills in your curriculum. They can be used to review or for test prep as state assessments approach. An escape room activity in the classroom instantly hooks your students! Engagement is key, so let's set the stage to engage our learners!This esc
*Updated to include Google form for Distance Learning*In this episode, the American Revolution officially begins with the mysterious shot heard round the world. These video guides were created to help students answer essential questions about America's history as they they watch episodes of the Lib
These lessons will help your students think critically about events that started the American Revolution! It is a small part of my HUGE unit on the Revolutionary War (available HERE) with detailed teacher instructions, lessons, interactive materials, activities, reading passages, and an assessments
This worksheet is to be used during the viewing of Liberty's Kids Episode 6 - The Shot Heard Round the World. This video can currently be accessed through YouTube at no charge. Liberty's Kids is an animated historical fiction series of 40 episodes, approximately 22 minutes long, that describes the
** This resource is also part of a BUNDLE at a discounted price here. ** In this Episode, your students will learn about the beginning of military fighting in the Revolutionary War with the Battles of Lexington and Concord. A Quiz Set to go along with the PBS Video Series - Liberty's Kids. This set
This Liberty's Kids - The Shot Heard Round the World (E06) - Movie Guide | Worksheet encourages students to take the time to stop, think and digest all the historical concepts packed into these fun, concise cartoon episodes. Challenge students to develop their EQ and life skills by asking them to an
A worksheet based off of the School House Rocks episode called Shot Heard 'Round the World. Questions are loosely based on the lyrics of the song. Further knowledge is necessary, so this assignment works best as a review or web quest. MS Word, so questions can be edited to meet your needs and PDF
Google Forms quiz to go with the Liberty's Kids video, "The Shot Heard Round the World,". (Episode 106)Includes 10 multiple choice questions. Students will be able to see their grade once the quiz is complete. You as a teacher can access an excel report with student results. Videos are not a Texas
This Mini Lesson includes a five page summary (with pictures) of Lexington and Concord, the sites of the initial fighting during the American Revolution, followed by two poems, Paul Revere's Ride and the Concord Hymn.It can be a good compare and contrast exercise to have students read or hear one or
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10 multiple choice questions, bubble sheet, and answer document for the Liberty's Kids video - The Shot Heard 'Round the World.This is an editable Word Document.Video can be found via the link below:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfSIHXtyieEComing soon! Look for Google App versions of this product
This document is several pages. 1 page is dedicated to the accounts of the Patriot Militia/Minutemen, while another is devoted to the accounts of 2 British officers. The students have another sheet where they record a summary of the Militia account and the British account. After the primary sourc
Lesson 6 of 13: Lexington and ConcordGuiding Question: How does conflict lead to change? 18 Slides: 12 Google slides and 6 NearPod Activities (1-Virtual Field Trip, 1-Poll, 2- Collaborative Boards, 2-Videos)Each NearPod Slide has a Google Slide counterpart making editing the presentation for you nee
Liberty's KidsEpisode 6: The Shot Heard 'Round the WorldSummary: The Revolutionary War begins with the Shot Heard ‘Round the World at Concord Bridge during the Battle of Lexington and Concord. James reports on the activities of the American Minutemen as Sarah reports on the Red Coats.Famous Characte
This is a Document Based Question (DBQ) in which students study first person accounts of the event and try to determine what happened based on those Primary Sources. Multiple loyalist/British and patriot/colonist sources are provided, along with a sample student essay.
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This is a short activity to accompany episode 6 of Liberty's Kids (The Shot Heard Round The World) about the Battle of Lexington and Concord Students fill in the notes as they watch the video to encourage active listening and critical thinking. The questions require students to show an understanding
#DistanceLearningTpT** Two (2) Google Forms Quizzes to differentiateBuy a Bundle and $ave (only $8 for a 10 Lesson Bundle -- "that's $4.50 off the list price")(Distance Learning) - Liberty's Kids BUNDLE #1-10 (Google Forms Quizzes)(Distance Learning) - Liberty's Kids BUNDLE #11-20 (Google Forms Quiz
Based off other versions I have seen, this is a viewing guide for students watching Episode 6 of Liberty's Kids. It also pairs with a public Kahoot! with the same questions.Now with an Answer Key!
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4th - 6th
“The Shot Heard Round the world crosswordTo differentiate a versions with a word list is providedword listAmmunition AprilBritish Concord Emerson First Shot Lexington Minutemen North Bridge Paul Revere ShotSiegeSylvanus Wood WallsWilliam Sutherland
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In lesson #22 (of a 34-week study of early American history), your student(s) will learn about the Shot Heard Round the World - what caused it PLUS Paul Revere and the Midnight Ride! Your student will learn through text, vocabulary words, pictures, crafts, maps, games, speeches, and even some recipe
Movie notes to go along with the Liberty's Kids video, Shot Heard Round the World. In case you haven't heard, the Liberty's Kids series is a fabulous resource when teaching about the American Revolution. All videos can be streamed online for free.
This short worksheet is to be used with the Liberty's Kids animated history series to reinforce what is being shown. It is best if used as a follow-along while watching the show.
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This is an eye witness account of the Battle at Lexington Green that has been turned into a play. Students find this an engaging way to learn about the historic event.
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8th - 12th
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