Bell-ringers or weekly challenges with the American Colonies - What's the Question
. Give students an answer, they come up with the question. If the answer is William Bradford, what is the question? Challenge your students to come up with creative American Colonies questions. A great addition to your study of the American Colonies. Great for differentiating.
This guide contains:
- Teacher's guide
- Student directions
- Printables for bulletin board
as part of the
- Colonial America Ultimate Bundle: Activities, projects, timelines, and notebook pages
Other American Colonies resources include:
- Colonial America: Housing in the colonies
- Colonial America: The tradesmen
- Colonial America: Food in the colonies
- Colonial America: Religious groups in the colonies
- Colonial America: Create a pop-up Colonial Town
- Colonial America: Interactive Notebook Timeline Activity
- Colonial America: Student-Centered Unit Project
- Colonial America: Illustrated Timeline
- American Colonies: Interactive Notebook Graphic Organizers (NEW)
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