-Have students type in information, or print blank templates and allow them to write!
-Includes teacher example for teachers to print out and assemble their own example to show the class!
How to assemble:
-This template is made for brown paper bags with measurements:
6 1/8in.x4inx12 3/8in
-Each paper bag book will be made with two (or three or four) alternating paper bags placed on top of each other.
-Fold booklet in half and staple.
-Open pockets can be used to slide text features (maps, timelines, pictures/captions,/labeling, etc.)
-If students need more space for writing/typing for a subtopic, create more than one and staple on top of each other to create a flip book.
-I tell my students they MUST complete causes, famous leaders, and famous battles. Then I let them choose 2-3 chapters of their choice.
Heroes and Leaders
Women of war
Weapons of war
French and Indian War
Boston Tea Party
Declaration of Independence
The Continental Congress
Treaty of Paris
Marquis de Lafayette
King George III
Battles of Lexington and Concord
Battle of Bunker Hill
Battle of Long Island
Battle of Germantown
Battle of Saratoga
Battle of Cowpens
Battle of Guilford Courthouse
Battle of Yorktown
Table of Contents
Blank Template (with and without black top)