These interactive pages cover the Revolutionary War. There are specific interactive pages along with generic templates for any person, event or battle you may be studying with the Revolutionary War.
The emphasis of the interactive pages are the causes, events, people, and results of the American
In this mini unit, students will be able to define what a primary and secondary source is and be able to give examples of the different types of sources.
I created this after I found a real need to teach this concept to my Grade 5/6 class explicitly.
There are 5 different activities included:
This "All About England" booklet can be used for a very basic country study in lower elementary grades! Each page contains a basic fact and related illustration. All graphics are in an outline format so that it's ready to be colored like a mini-coloring book.
This coloring booklet gives all the ge
This is a NEWLY REVISED product! I have update every page of this American Revolutionary War unit and have added multiple new pages! I am very, very proud of the finished product!
(If you have previously purchased this unit, please make a point of downloading the new version!)
If you teach t
I love interactive notebooks! Using them means I always have something meaningful for my students to complete or do. Lesson planning becomes much easier! Students have no choice but to become involved in the learning. What did we do without them all these years?
This interactive notebook covers th
Boston Massacre, American Revolution, and Primary and Secondary Source Analysis! Uncover Bias!
This Boston Massacre lesson is included in the larger Causes of the American Revolution Unit, located here:
American Revolution Unit
Battles of the American Revolution Lesson
Aim: Why did colonists choose sides and why were the battles of the American Revolution important?
Included in this resource:
• Title page
• Americans Divided reading passage with Patriots vs. Loyalists definitio
This is an introduction video for the incredible survival story of Ernest Shackleton and his 27 crew stranded on the Antarctic ice for 2 years after the crushing of their ship, Endurance. This video lesson is based on journals from the expedition written at the time the vessel was abandoned, and tak
The Assembly Line Simulation – The Industrial Revolution
Your students will love this engaging and interactive activity! Students will simulate working on an assembly line during the Industrial Revolution. Students will compete to make toy soldiers. The teacher will act as the company manager, firin
American Revolution: Themed Writing Paper....
Click on the preview above to see the different styles.
6 Styles that are cute and colorful. Copy and use in your classroom however you would like.
These pretty colors would look great hanging on a bulletin board or outside the cl
American Revolution Unit
American Revolution - The British Enforce Acts & Taxes Lesson
Aim: Why did the British enforce certain acts and taxes on the colonists? Why were the colonists frustrated with these policies?
Included in this packet:
• Title page
• British Acts &
American Revolution Unit
American Revolution - Battles of Lexington and Concord
Aim: How did the American Revolution begin?
Included in this packet:
• Title page
• Primary source excerpt from Ralph Waldo Emerson's hymn sung at the Concord Monument
• Beginning Battles graphic or
Students work together in small groups to make decisions about how to save or spend their money in Colonial America. They have to choose which job to do (weaver, farmer, wheelwright, carpenter, or apothecary.) They receive a monthly paycheck and must subtract their bills from their total amount of
The Revolutionary War is such a fun topic to teach and there are so many ways to make it engaging. In this unit you will find:
1) Several graphic organizers for King George III and George Washington,
2) A Venn Diagram with optional tags to paste.
3) 3 non-fiction passages
4) 1 texting activity
This free product includes 6 pages that a part of my product called "American Colonies Unit- 43 Pages!" You can purchase the ENTIRE product by clicking on My Products.
Description of ENTIRE Product:
43 pages of activities to supplement your American Colony Unit!
Fun Activities that will creative
New France Projects For All Abilities
A table of differentiated assignments for the grade 7 history unit "New France".
The table is organized into three rounds of assignments. Each round covers specific topics on the subject of New France, offered in a variety of learning styles.
American Revolution 13 Colonies Map. This is a great way to assess whether your students know the location of the 13 American Colonies. Included in this 12 page map activity are: a map and answer key of the 13 colonies, a map and answer key of the New England colonies, a map and answer key of the Mi
American Revolution 13 Colonies bundle of activities. This is a 42 page activity packet and answer key to help teach your students about the 13 American colonies and the Revolutionary War. Students will be looking at aspects of the 13 Colonies such as: economy, government, culture, geography, famous
Revolutionary War British and American Strengths Worksheet Activity. This two page document includes: a student worksheet comparing the British and American strengths and weaknesses at the beginning of the Revolutionary War, and how women, Africans, and Patriot spies helped the Americans fight for i
Revolutionary War Vocabulary Basketball Game Activity. This is a fun vocabulary review game about the Road to the Revolutionary War that your students will love! This is a 4-page document that is meant to make learning vocabulary words more enjoyable for your students. This packet includes detailed
Enjoy learning about England with this complete England Unit Study.
* United Kingdom Flag
* England Flag
* London Eye
* Map of UK
* England and London Facts eg. population, money, language
* Big Ben
* Westminster Abbey
* Buckingham Palace
* Trafalgar Square
Teaching Dickens, Stevenson, Conan Doyle, Henry James?
This engaging classroom activity gives students an opportunity to explore and discover key context about Victorian England to help shape their understanding of literature.
+ Explanation for students of social context and the importanc
American Revolution Boston Tea Party
Boston Tea Party - "Fight For Your Right to Tea Party!"
Rap Song with Lyrics and Questions
★★ This rap song activity can be used to supplement The Boston Tea Party lesson. Find it
Students get to decide who think they fired first at the Battle of Lexington and Concord. This was the first battle in The American Revolution.
Students analyze four primary sources from The Battle of Lexington and Concord...2 from The British point of view and 2 from the colonist point of view.
Happy Christmas! Are you getting ready to travel around the world this Christmas? This ebook or PowerPoint will be a great supplement to your Christmas Around the World Unit!
Christmas in England is full of family traditions, foods, and events that you will love learning about! You can use this to
This History Alive! America’s Past (published by Teachers’ Curriculum Institute) organizer provides a two-page document that provides questions (and an answer key) for Chapter 7 “Comparing the Colonies.” Other chapter organizers are available, and I will continue to add to this collection until th
This presentation contains a 52 slide PowerPoint lesson in editable PPT format with 2 work papers and a really great activity that accompany the lesson.
This lesson is one that I use either at the very beginning of a course, or for the end of school.
English tea provides endless topics of conversat
Looking for a FUN, ENGAGING, and INTERACTIVE packet to supplement your study of the American Revolution? Well, look no further - this print-and-go packet includes 35 foldables with student directions and complete suggested answer keys. Make your lesson planning a breeze with this interactive product
Jamestown Fort Investigation! Students use technology to investigate the Fort! 1:1 Google Compatible!
This Jamestown Colony lesson is included in two other units, one focusing on Jamestown and another on the creation and settlement of the 13 colonies. Check out both units below:
Worksheets for a history lesson on the Battle of Lexington and Concord. Includes a short piece of verse, a fact sheet, a 10 question short-answer worksheet, and a puzzle.
Keywords: Lexington, Concord, Shot Heard 'Round the World, Concord Hymn, Intolerable Acts, Coercive Acts, Minutemen, Militia, Mu
The Boston Massacre - American Revolution Unit
Aim: How did British and Colonial actions lead to Revolution?
Included in this packet:
• Title page
• Propaganda do now question and discussion definition
• "The Bloody Massacre" engraving with analysis questions
Explore the world with my Geoexplorers projects!
Perfect for little hands, this do-it-yourself project will let everyone get involved! The project consists of three pieces of paper, two with Stonehenge blocks, and one of the base. Just print the base out on green paper, and print the two stone shee
My 3 most popular Shakespeare activities in one bundle!! These activities makes a great introduction to any Shakespeare play or poetry. From a fun and active trail to search out information, to key historical facts about Shakespeare's history and Elizabethan / Jacobean England. Shakespeare teaching
World War II Code and Code Breaking activities engages students in the importance of codes in World War 2.
Students learn about World War II when they:
- practice morse code
- decipher secret codes
- send V-Mail
- communicate using code.
Students meet the Navaho code talkers,
American Revolution Revolutionary War Famous American Colonists Activity. This 2 page worksheet includes names of many famous American colonists such as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, Crispus Attucks, John Hancock, Paul Revere, and many more. The stud
This History Alive! America’s Past (published by Teachers’ Curriculum Institute) organizer provides a two-page document that provides questions (and an answer key) for Chapter 10 “Growing Tensions Between the Colonies and Britain.” Other chapter organizers are available, and I will continue to add
Students engage in reading and activities about living on the Home front in the United States during World War II. In these 6 station activities, students plan victory gardens, explore ration cards, play with puzzles, and discover the art of radio plays. Children, in particular,
This package contains 2 booklets.
The first booklet is an illustrated overview of the journey to knighthood. It covers the steps to becoming a knight: from page to squire to knight.
The second booklet is a collection of 4 activities that ask the student to respond to what they have learned in cre
This 8 page booklet is the companion to Medieval Times: Becoming a Knight - Overview and Activities.
In this booklet, you will find 12 questions relating directly to the Medieval Times: Becoming a Knight - Overview.
An answer key is included.
What would the the Revolutionary War look like through Fakebook? What about Histagram?
Check out this unit if your kids really connect with social media. For each one of the following key figures (Drummer boy, George Washington, King George, Thomas Jefferson, Minutemen, and Redcoats) in the Revolu
This is one of my favorite things I do with my classes and the students love it! This is a simulation game of what happened to Africa during the Age of Imperialism. During this time, European nations began to exert imperialistic control over most of Africa. This point will be made through this game!
Are you a Georgia teacher? Do you teach third grade? If so, this is a product designed with your standards specifically in mind. This set of task cards is designed to give your students practice reading and answering questions about those nine famous Americans that are part of third grade Social Stu
Industrial Revolution: Inquiry-Based Activities Bundle combines the best of 5 Industrial Revolution activities
Included in this bundle:
- urbanization city building
- writing in morse code
- exploring industrial revolution inventions
- designing a transportation
Boston Tea Party Cootie Catchers: These cootie catchers/ fortune tellers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the Boston Tea Party within the American Revolution. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.
These cootie catchers contain the following vocabulary term
This group activity includes directions and primary sources for the activity. You will need as many envelopes as you have groups. Place directions and primary sources in the envelopes and give one to each group - the rest is self explanatory! The taxes/acts covered are: The Sugar Act, The Stamp A
This engaging power point presentation lecture reviews the major events in the development of democracy in England. Events include: The Magna Carta, Creation of the Model Parliament, Habeas Corpus, Creation of a Constitutional Monarchy, and The English Bill of Rights. Students will then analyze impo
Bring the American Revolution right into your classroom. With over 65 pages, this engaging note packet will give your students every angle of the war including how it all began living in the original colonies, to the design of the American flag, and the surrender at Yorktown. It’s all contained i
Notes, foldables, activities, and different ways to present the standard to the students. The Declaration of Independence, the Revolutionary War, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and all the other facts are presented to the students in formats and games to make it engaging and fun!
Students will be able to understand the effects of industrialization by competing this fun and creative activity. Students will walk around the room analyzing pictures from the Industrial Revolution and writing on and under the surface questions about each picture. As a review, the teacher will ask
Presented at NCSS 2013 in St. Louis.
Here is an exciting unit to help you bring the French and Indian War alive in your classroom. You can do the whole unit or use some of the lessons depending on what works best for you!
Students become cadets at a fictional British military academy at the out