This color-by-number coloring activity is the perfect way for your students to review key concepts of America at the turn of the century (as outlined by the Georgia Performance Standard: SS5H3). Your students will have fun answering the review questions and coloring in the corresponding answers on the coloring page. It is a great way to review for a test, to use as a fun homework assignment, or a creative activity to leave with a substitute. Just print copies and pass out colored pencils, and then you’re good to go!
Included in this file:
~Teacher Directions for implementation – slides 2-3
~America: Turn of the Century Review Questions (16 total) – slides 4-5
~America: Turn of the Century Coloring Page – slide 6
~Answer Keys – slides 7-9
Key Terms Used:
Black Cowboys of Texas
Great Western Cattle Trail
George Washington Carver
Alexander Graham Bell
Battle of the Little Bighorn
Relocation of Native Americans to reservations.
*This file is aligned to the Georgia Performance Standards for fifth grade social studies. Please contact me if you have any questions!
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