American Revolution - Recreating Historic Paintings. This 18-pack of famous historic paintings in U.S. History during the American Revolution Era is going to be a hit with your students while giving them a sense of ownership, pride, and a memorable experience and all you have to do is press print! You, your students, your staff, and parents who visit your school will love seeing these student recreations on display!
Included in this series are the following paintings for your students to recreate:
Join, or Die Flag
King George III in Coronation Robes
The Stamp Act
Bostonians Paying the Excise Man
The Boston Massacre – Paul Revere’s Version
The Boston Massacre – James Wells Champney’s Version
The Tea Act
Boston Tea Party
Patrick Henry – “Give Me Liberty, or Give Me Death!”
First Continental Congress
Betsy Ross – First American Flag
Writing the Declaration of Independence
Spirit of ‘76
Washington Crossing the Delaware
Surrender of General Burgoyne
Surrender of Lord Cornwallis
George Washington Resigning His Commission
Signing of the Constitution
Everything gets printed on standard 8.5" x 11" paper
1 - Famous historic painting
1 - 30 numbered squares on image to choose from
1 - Grid
1 - Set of printing instructions
30 - Sections for students to draw (with corresponding number on the back - so 60 total pages, but 30 back-to-back)
For other drawing activities:
Create a Revolutionary War Caricature
Create a Civil War Caricature
Veterans Day Caricatures
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