American Revolution Bundle

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    American Revolution Bundle

    Make the American Revolution come to life with the activities in this bundle!

    Contents of this bundle:

    Road to Revolution: The Colonies Unite- An Active, Engaging Unit

    Road to Revolution: The Colonies Unite-Student Tracking Page

    Road to Revolution: The Colonies Unite-Wall Display Instructions

    The French and Indian War

    * Lesson sheet and Plus Sign Foldable activity

    * Primary Source Detectives Sheet using Join, or Die-Woodcut by

    Benjamin Franklin, 1754

    The Proclamation of 1763

    * Lesson sheet and Questions and Answers activity

    * Primary Source Detectives Sheet using an excerpt of the

    Proclamation of 1763

    The Sugar Act

    * Lesson sheet and Sugar Act Foldable activity

    * “No Taxation without Representation”-A Teacher-Led Activity

    The Stamp Act

    * Lesson sheet and Questions and Answers activity

    * Primary Source Detectives Sheet using a British political cartoon

    The Committees of Correspondence

    * Lesson sheet and An Envelope Full of Questions activity

    * Primary Source Detectives Sheet using a Letter from Boston’s

    Committee of Correspondence, 1774

    The Townshend Acts

    * Lesson sheet and Create a Propaganda Poster Activity

    The Boston Massacre

    * Lesson sheet and Activity: What Really Happened on March

    5, 1770?

    * Primary Source Detectives Sheet using a newspaper account of

    the Boston Massacre, 1770

    The Tea Act & The Boston Tea Party

    * Lesson sheet and Question Snapshots activity

    * Primary Source Detectives Sheet using the Statement of Joshua

    Wyeth, Participant in the Boston Tea Party

    The Coercive (Intolerable) Acts

    * Lesson sheet and Triple Flap Book activity

    The First Continental Congress

    * Lesson sheet and Activity: If Only the Walls Could Talk

    The Battles of Lexington and Concord

    * Lesson sheet and Make a Timeline activity

    * Primary Source Detectives Sheet using news of the Battles of

    Lexington and Concord-article excerpt from a New York

    newspaper, April 23, 1775

    * Lexington and Concord: A Picture Book

    Road to Revolution Relay: An Active, Engaging Review Game

    Additional Resources

    Road to Revolution Unit Test with Answer Key

    * Please note: The location of the "Shot Heard 'Round the World" is disputed. After my own research and talking to character interpreters, I decided to refer to the "Shot Heard "Round the World" as the shot that occurred at Concord's North Bridge.

    The phrase is originally from the opening stanza of Ralph Waldo Emerson's "Concord Hymn" (1837), and referred to as the first shot of the American Revolution.

    The American Revolution- An Active, Engaging Unit

    Battle of Bunker Hill

    * Passage

    * Foldable Activity

    * Primary Source Detectives: “Major General Joseph Warren, Slain

    at Bunker Hill, 1781”

    The Second Continental Congress

    * Passage

    * True Statements Activity

    The Declaration of Independence

    * Passage

    * Foldable Activity

    * Primary Source Detectives: Mix ‘n Match Activity

    Battle of Trenton

    * Passage

    * Foldable Activity

    * Secondary Source Sleuths: Washington Crossing the Delaware,

    1898

    Battle of Saratoga

    * Passage

    * Foldable Activity

    * Secondary Source Sleuths: Surrender of General Burgoyne at

    Saratoga, 1852

    Valley Forge

    * Passage

    * Questions and Answers Activity

    * Picture It: Valley Forge Activity

    * Primary Source Detectives: George Washington’s letter to

    George Clinton, 1778

    Battle of Yorktown

    * Passage

    * Foldable Activity

    * Primary Source Quote by George Washington Activity

    * Primary Source Quote by Lord Cornwallis Activity

    * Primary Source Detectives: Marquis de Lafayette Print, 1780

    Treaty of Paris

    * Passage

    * Foldable Activity

    George Washington and King George III-Great Leaders…Different Perspectives

    * Activity: Who made this statement?

    * Primary Source Detectives: Comparing Portraits

    Patriots vs. Loyalists

    * Activity: Join the Debate!

    African Americans in the American Revolution

    * Teacher-led discussion activity

    Women in the American Revolution

    * Passage

    * Foldable Activity

    * Primary Source Detectives: Deborah Sampson Print, 1797

    The Articles of Confederation

    * Passage

    * Triple Flap Book Activity

    Revolutionary Individuals and Groups-For each individual, I have provided a brief biography and a flap book assignment. The flap books would be perfect for interactive notebooks or for a turn-in assignment.

    * Paul Revere

    * Thomas Jefferson

    * George Washington

    * Mercy Otis Warren

    * Patrick Henry

    * Phyllis Wheatley

    * Samuel Adams

    * Marquis de Lafayette

    * John Adams

    * Sons of Liberty

    * Abigail Adams

    * Daughters of Liberty

    * Ben Franklin

    * Revolutionary Individuals and Groups: Match Review Activity

    American Revolution Scoot Game

    American Revolution Unit Test Study Guide

    American Revolution Unit Test

    American Revolution Unit-Additional Resources

    Thomas Paine's Common Sense: Lesson, Foldable, and Primary Source Activity

    Lesson Sheet

    Foldable Activity

    Primary Source Detectives Activity

    Spying in the American Revolution Activity Pack: Grades 5-8

    What’s Your Spy Potential?-This fun quiz for students is a great anticipatory guide for the spy activities in which they will be participating.

    Spies in the American Revolution

    Reading passage

    Foldable Activity: Female Spies in the American Revolution

    Foldable Activity: Soldiers as Spies in the American Revolution

    Foldable Activity: African American Spies in the American

    Revolution

    Nathan Hale-Patriot Spy

    Reading passage

    Graphic organizer activity

    Benedict Arnold-American Traitor

    Reading passage

    Activity: Short Snippets

    George Washington-Spymaster

    Reading passage

    Activity: Create a Plus Sign Foldable

    The Culper Spy Ring

    Reading passage

    Activity: Make a Spy Ring Foldable

    Make a Mask Letter

    Information/Instructions

    Primary source example

    Make a Code Letter

    Information/Instructions

    Primary source example

    Make an Invisible Ink Letter

    Information/Instructions

    Primary source example

    Quiz-Spies in the American Revolution, includes answer key

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    ©2016 Jenifer Bazzit. All rights reserved.

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