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This resource is an interactive way to review the American Revolution. Written on an upper elementary level, this review will help prep for standardized tests, is perfect for group work or excellent for individual center work.
Even the upper elementary kids beg to play “games” instead of doing worksheets or answering questions at the end of the chapter. Look at the preview to make sure the activities are appropriate for the level of students you teach.
All of these activities are hands-on and interactive. Watch students learn vocabulary and history without trying.
⭐ 12 cards to match cause and effect by matching a cannon (cause) to the cannonball (effect).
⭐ Two sequencing activities where students place statements in
the correct order on a mat. One
has events that linked the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea
Party. The other is a series of events which marked the beginning of
⭐ 13 - I Have Who Has cards with 5 blank cards for you to
⭐ The Who Am I? game is played like I Have Who Has
⭐ A Fill in the Blank worksheet that can be used as a worksheet
⭐ Answer keys are included for activities that can be used for independent center
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