American Revolution Battles in the North is a literacy-based mini unit aligned with the Common Core Standards. We've supplied all of the content, lower and higher level American Revolution activities, and THREE Interactive Notebook activities that will provide students with a long lasting American Revolution reference.
American Revolution Battles in the North is aligned with these 3rd-5th grade Common Core Reading, Writing, and Language Standards:
CC.RI.1, CC.RI.2, CC.RI.3, CC.RI.4, CC.RI.5, CC.RI.6, CC.RI.7, CC.RI.10, CC.RF.3a, CC.RF.4a, CC.RF.4c, CC.W.1a, CC.W.1b, CC.W.9b, CC.L.4a, CC.L.4c, CC.L.6
After reading about American Revolution Battles in the North, students will:
answer reading comprehension questions
read about Benjamin Franklin and answer thought-provoking discussion questions
use number coordinates to plot Revolutionary War forts and battle sites in the North
take a Vocabulary Quiz
Students will then use the lesson content to create:
Vocabulary Foldables (Interactive Notebook)
American Revolution Time Line Foldable (Interactive Notebook)
Benjamin Franklin Booklet (Interactive Notebook)
We've even included a context-appropriate Glossary, grading rubrics for the higher-level and interactive notebook activities, and answer pages.
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AMERICAN REVOLUTION BATTLES IN THE SOUTH-INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK ACTIVITIES
AMERICAN REVOLUTION UNIT
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