In this Colonial America student-centered project
, students are given a large selection of potential project topics and project formats to do some a deep study of Colonial America. A list of Colonial America topics is included here. Students analyze their topic such as daily life in Colonial America, Benjamin Franklin, and more. Students bring together information and analysis in a project that is presented in science fair style about Colonial America. Students engage in active learning of Colonial America.
Included in this project guide:
- Project topics
- Project formats
- Research Template
- Organizing Your Research
- Project Timeline
- Peer-to-Peer Feedback
- Student project reflection
- Teacher project tracker form
These activities are a valuable addition to your study of Colonial America.
Use along with other activities, simulations, and projects.
Ways to save (this product included in each of these bundles):
- For Interactive Notebooks: American Colonies Notebook Pages plus Timeline
- All about the American Colonies: Colonial America Ultimate Bundle: Activities, projects, timelines
Colonial America Ultimate Bundle: Activities, projects, notebook pages, timelines
- Go big for Early U.S. History U.S. History Full Year:Early America to Civil War Resource Bundle (MY LIBRARY)
(includes my entire upper elementary and middle school US history library from early America through the U.S. Civil War.)
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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