American Revolutionary War Unit - Social Studies / History

American Revolutionary War Unit - Social Studies / History
American Revolutionary War Unit - Social Studies / History
American Revolutionary War Unit - Social Studies / History
American Revolutionary War Unit - Social Studies / History
American Revolutionary War Unit - Social Studies / History
American Revolutionary War Unit - Social Studies / History
American Revolutionary War Unit - Social Studies / History
American Revolutionary War Unit - Social Studies / History
Grade Levels
Product Rating
File Type

PDF (Acrobat) Document File

Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.

13 MB|195 pages
Share
Product Description
This is a NEWLY REVISED product! I have update every page of this American Revolutionary War unit and have added multiple new pages! I am very, very proud of the finished product!
(If you have previously purchased this unit, please make a point of downloading the new version!)

If you teach the American Revolutionary War, this is the unit for you.
This American Revolutionary War Unit consists of reading passages, worksheets, reference pages, activities, games, coloring pages, images/pictures, and vocabulary words for a word wall. There is an abundance of information included with the unit. There are many factual and interesting pages included in this unit that tell the story of this important historical war. The unit begins with the French and Indian War and ends with the Treaty of Paris. In between, all major events are included. The included Table of Contents lists all pages and activities that make up the unit.

One section of the American Revolutionary War Unit is a Literature and The Revolutionary War section. Although there are suggestions of books to use in this section, many of the activities can be completed without reading the recommended books. The books are not included with this unit. They are only suggested as books that might be useful and interesting during the study of the Revolutionary War. The books are quite popular and your media center may have them sitting on their shelves.

Answer Keys: Many of the pages and activities have answer keys. There are a few pages that contain constructive responses, where students explain their answers and multiple answers may be given. These pages do not contain answer keys. The graphic organizers that allow students to think and explain or list answers will not have answer keys either.

Here is a list of all the materials included in the unit:

-The Result of the French and Indian War reading passage
-The Result of the French and Indian War questions (with answer key)
-KWL Chart
-Hear Ye! Hear Ye! No Taxation Without Representation
-Time Line: Events Leading Up to the Revolutionary War - banners
-Time Line: Handout to glue on the time line banners (with answer key)
-Events Leading Up to the Revolutionary War graphic organizer
-Reaction to the Taxes (with answer key)
-The Boston Massacre (with answer key)
-Key Events on the Road to Revolution chart
-Committees of Correspondence (with answer key)
-The Boston Tea Party (with answer key)
-Loyalist, Patriot, or Neutral (with answer key)
-Letters Home – writing from a colonist’s point of view
-The British Weekly – writing from a British point of view
-Events Leading to the Revolutionary War – Card Sort (with answer key)
-All the King’s Taxes simulation activity – includes direction’s page, title cards, tax cards, the king’s coins, and collection box for the tax collector
-All the King’s Taxes – use after the simulation
-First Continental Congress – (with answer key)
-Key Battles of the American Revolution reference page
-Lexington and Concord – reading passage
-Lexington and Concord – illustrate a scene
-The Second Continental Congress (with answer key)
-The Battle of Bunker Hill – reading passage
-The Battle of Bunker Hill – graphic organizer – (with partial answer key)
-Continental army vs. British army – reading passage
-Advantages and Disadvantages (Continental army and British army) graphic organizer
-George Washington/Commander of the Continental Army
-Common Sense/Thomas Paine
-Writing the Declaration of Independence (with answer key)
-Writing the Declaration of Independence – the 4 parts
-Women and the Revolution
-Which Side? (Native Americans and Africans)
-Battle of Trenton/Crossing the Delaware River (with answer key)
-The Winter at Valley Forge
-Recipe for Hard Tack
-Battle of Saratoga (with answer key)
-Benedict Arnold (with answer key)
-Battle of Yorktown (with answer key)
-Major Battles of the Revolutionary War – Memory Card Game (with answer key)
-Treaty of Paris (with answer key)
-Sequencing Events – cut and paste (with answer key)
-Putting Events in Order (use with Sequencing Events page)
-Stars of the Revolution – includes 13 pages of major people of the revolutionary war to research
-Stars of the Revolution – includes 13 pages of major people of the revolutionary war to research
-Putting Events in Order (use with Sequencing Events page) (with answer key)
-Stars of the Revolution – includes 13 pages of major people of the revolutionary war to research
-The Revolutionary War Who Has, I Have…Activity – includes directions and cards (The uncut original pages can be used as an answer key.)
-Revolutionary Road Board Game – includes directions, cards and answer key
-American Revolutionary War – Task Cards – includes directions, task cards, recording sheet, and answer key

The next section is labeled Literature and the Revolutionary War. Although there are suggestions of books to use in this section, many of the activities can be completed without reading the recommended books. The books are not included in this unit. They are only suggested as books that might be useful and interesting during the unit.

-George vs. George - introduction to the book
-George vs. George – Venn diagram (compare/contrast)
-George vs. George – illustrate a battle in the Revolutionary War
-Will You Sign Here, John Hancock – introduction to the book
-WANTED poster
-Can’t You Make Them Behave, King George? - introduction to the book
-Can’t You Make Them Behave, King George? – What do I Know About King George III?
-Can’t You Make Them Behave, King George? – rules of a good king
-Revolutionary War on Wednesday – introduction to the book
-Revolutionary War on Wednesday – illustrate scene with four errors
-Revolutionary War on Wednesday – explain the four errors
-George Washington - biography graphic organizer
-What’s the Big Idea, Ben Franklin & Ben Franklin and the Magic Squares – introduction page
-Magic Squares (with answer key)
-What a Bright Idea

This last section completes the unit pages:

-American Revolutionary Coloring Pages – 12 pages
-American Revolutionary War ASSESSMENT
-Portraits of the American Revolutionary War – 9 images
-Revolutionary War Vocabulary Cards – in alphabetical order/ with topic labels

*******************************************************************************
I have also created an INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK package for the Revolutionary War. Just click on the link below if you would like to view it!

Revolutionary War - Interactive Notebook Pages

IF YOU WANT THE WHOLE KIT-N-KABOODLE, I have combined my American Revolutionary War UNIT and my Revolutionary War INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK into a BUNDLE package! Click here to view:

AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR BUNDLE
Total Pages
195 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
Report this Resource
Loading...
$15.00
Digital Download
More products from Mrs. C's Classroom
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
Product Thumbnail
$0.00
$15.00
Digital Download
Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign up