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This is a PDF of an Original Thirteen Colonies crossword puzzle and word search. A word bank for the crossword puzzle is also included on a separate page. The answers for the crossword puzzle are in the word search, as well as a few other words of the theme so they can be used in combination or sepa
These are a collection of games and activities while studying the 13 colonies. These include Roanoke mysteries, John Smith celebrity mean tweets, Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?, and history pyramid. These are great activities to extend your overall lesson. My students loved these!
Engage your students in learning about Colonial America through the use of an interactive booklet and corresponding activities! This resource is an opportunity for your students to interact with historical content in a novel way because it allows each student to personalize their learning experience
An activity where students read a paragraph, label the colonies, and answer short answer questions
This is a collection of 27 sets of cards. In each set one card has the person’s name, and the other card describes the person. They are presented on the sheet with their correct matches, so you may want to keep a copy for your key. You can use these sets several different ways with your students.
{UPDATED 7/2020 - DIGITAL VERSION NOW INCLUDED!} This comprehensive unit is everything you need to teach and assess your students on the 13 colonies and the colonization of America! And it now includes a DIGITAL VERSION of the resource!*All notes, activities, and assessments available digitally!*
The 13 (Thirteen) Colonies - 6 critical thinking lessons and a full unit word wall to engage your students and develop their critical thinking skills + review and an assessment!Lessons Included:The English vs. the Wampanoag - Why did the relationship between the English and the Wampanoag deteriorate
This Thirteen Colonies resource is a complete unit that includes 22 activities to teach your students about the Original 13 Colonies of the United States and Colonial American life. Includes detailed information on the people of the colonies, New England Colonies, Mid Atlantic (Middle) Colonies, and
The 13 Colonies Passages, Questions, and Annotations {Thirteen Colonies}This resource contains 5 Engaging, Non-Fiction Reading Comprehension Passages with Directions for Student Annotations! Reading Comprehension Questions also included! Part of US History Reading Passages Questions & Answer Key
THIRTEEN COMPLETE Colonies Lessons of Nonfiction Informational Text (No Additional Textbook Needed) with engaging hands-on activities + TWENTY ONE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK ASSIGNMENTS to explore the history of each of the Thirteen Original Colonies, including the New England colonies, Middle Colonies,
Printable and TpT digital activities included for your students to learn about the 13 colonies. There are tons of thirteen colonies printable activities and distance learning activities to help students learn about the New England Colonies, Middle Colonies, and Southern Colonies. Graphic organizer
DBQs! Slideshows! Interactive Notebooks! Assessments! Activities! Planning a social studies unit has never been so easy!The resources included in this set were designed to work with what you already have (including the Scope and Sequence and other Tier 1 Resources identified by Louisiana), while fo
13 Colonies Activities Resource Bundle!This bundled product contains the following 7 StudentSavvy resources!13 Colonies Interactive Notebook13 Colonies Reading Passages13 Colonies Interactive PowerPoint13 Colonies PBL Activities13 Colonies STEM Challenges13 Colonies Google Classroom Student Projects
★★★★★INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK and WORKSHEET EDITION★★★★★75 pages with 6 activities that focus on the Unit 3 Topic 1: Colonies of the 17th Century: Settlement Patterns topic as outlined by the Louisiana State Department of Education.★★★★★TOPIC FOCUS★★★★★Students examine various characteristics of the Bri
13 Colonies: Poster ActivityIf you are studying the thirteen colonies, then this poster will fit right into your lessons.Let your students show what they've learned about their studies of the 13 Colonies by using this 8.5 x 11 poster. This poster will look great hanging outside your classroom, and
Thirteen ColoniesThirteen Colonies UNIT BUNDLE6 Lessons, Quiz, Review Packet, Exam, Essay TestIncluded in this resource:10 resources including lessons, a review packet, quiz and test!A $28 VALUE FOR ONLY $24!!See the links above for full details on each lesson/resource included!★★ Please note: This
★★★★★INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK and WORKSHEET EDITION★★★★★78 pages with 7 activities that focus on the Unit 4 Topic 1: The Thirteen Colonies topic as outlined by the Louisiana State Department of Education.★★★★★TOPIC FOCUS★★★★★Students examine various characteristics of the British colonies (e.g., governm
Thirteen Colonies Thirteen Colonies - Colonial Regions: New England Colonies, Middle Colonies, Southern ColoniesAim: How did the colonists of the thirteen colonies live?Included in this resource:• Title page • Colonial Regions: New England, Middle, and Southern colonies readings with corresponding g
UPDATED and IMPROVED! Nicer design, more in-depth, clearer student instructions and helpful teacher tips! A great way to increase student interest and also develop important researching skills. Students are divided up into groups and each group is given a statement about the war. Their task is to in
The United States was formed from thirteen British colonies in 1776. The original colonies were founded by a variety of people for many reasons. Your students learn about this important time in history as they uncover facts while learning to read for information and using research and computer skil
Thirteen ColoniesThirteen Colonies - Jamestown and PlymouthAim: Why were the colonies of Jamestown and Plymouth successful?Included in this resource:• Title page • Scaffolding questions for Discovery Education "English Come to America: Jamestown and Plymouth" video clip• Answer Key for video questio
This package has students explore what it was like to life in the 13 Colonies. Topics include: - The Origins of Slavery - The Enlightenment - The Great Awakening Also included is a differentiated project and very clear answer keys! This is a part of a larger unit/bundle. See below for more in
Students will love this digital unit about Life in Colonial Times and what better way than to go paperless with this interactive resource for Google Classroom. This unit has TWO Google resources in one! This complete hands-on unit includes lots of movable features including maps, fill in the blanks,
Need to integrate social studies into writing? Need a no-prep social studies center activity? This Thirteen Colonies resource includes 24 writing prompts specific to the economies of the colonies, people of the colonies, crops and careers of the colonies, and more. At the end, there are several blan

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