Create a comparative timeline of the roles of different countries in the American Colonies
. Students use pre-made timeline cards to attribute events to countries and color code the timeline to see how different countries moved through and settled the New World. Perfect for interactive notebooks, stations or cooperative group work, this activity engages students in inquiry-based learning.
Included in this resource:
- Timeline cards
- Student Directions
- Analysis qestionsu
In a 1:1 classroom
? This timeline activity is now available in Digital Form
This resource available in the following bundles:
☆ American Colonies Notebook Pages plus Timeline
☆ Colonial America Teacher Resource Bundle
☆ U.S. History Full Year:Early America to Civil War Resource Bundle (MY LIBRARY)
Related Resources Include:
- 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: Illustrated Timeline
- American Colonies: Interactive Notebook Graphic Organizers (NEW)
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