COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS: BUNDLE - Volume 1

COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS: BUNDLE - Volume 1
COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS: BUNDLE - Volume 1
COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS: BUNDLE - Volume 1
COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS: BUNDLE - Volume 1
COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS: BUNDLE - Volume 1
COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS: BUNDLE - Volume 1
COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS: BUNDLE - Volume 1
COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS: BUNDLE - Volume 1
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This bundle includes five of my Colonial Careers Lesson Plans:
Colonial American Careers - Plymouth Pilgrims ($6.00)
Colonial American Careers - Roanoke and Jamestown Settlers ($6.00)
Colonial American Careers - Salem Witch Trial Judge ($6.00)
Colonial American Careers: Shopkeepers, Merchants and Peddlers: Colonial Economy ($6.00 value)
Colonial American Careers: Tavern-Keepers; Colonial Food and Beverages (Currently Free)

Purchase this BUNDLE and get all five products for $20.00!

This product is also perfect for SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS, enrichment learning, homeschool or co-ops! The reading passages are great for CLOSE READING with any non-fiction graphic organizer (not included). THIS LESSON INCLUDES READING PASSAGES, ACTIVITIES, REVIEW GAME, WORKSHEET AND TEACHER’S KEY.

THIS PRODUCT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:

COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS: ROANOKE AND JAMESTOWN SETTLERS
Contains 14 one-page reading passages covering the Colonial Career of Roanoke and Jamestown Settlers, the Starving time, Patience and Deliverance, John Rolfe, Tobacco, Pocahontas, Servitude vs. Slavery, the Powhatan Attacks of 1622 and more

With the Age of Exploration in the 15th and 16th Centuries came the Colonization of the Americas. In 1584, Sir Walter Raleigh explored a region in North America naming the area Virginia. The land was claimed, named and mapped with the intention of sending colonists there to live. This lesson plan covers life in the colonies as the settlers struggled with starvation, harsh winters, and the Native Americans. This lesson plan includes:

14 one-page READING PASSAGES covering the following topics:
• Arriving at Roanoke
• Roanoke – The Lost Colony
• Jamestown Settlement
• James Towne – In Honor of the King
• Life in Jamestown; Life as a Settler
• First, Second and Third Supplies
• The Starving Time
• Patience and Deliverance
• John Rolfe and Tobacco
• John Rolfe and Pocahontas
• Tobacco – Labor Needs
• Servitude and Slavery
• The Powhatan Indians: Tension Builds
• The Powhatan Attacks of 1622

This product includes the following classroom ACTIVITIES:

 Packing for the Colonies
 Roanoke and Jamestown Venn-Diagram
 Learn Some Powhatan!
 Modernize the Spelling and Interpret the Meaning!
 Job Application – Settler
 Review Worksheet - Settlers
 Bingo Review Game – Words and Clues
 Popular Jamestown Names: Seek, Find and Chart
 Coloring Page!
 Suggested Books

COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS: PLYMOUTH PILGRIMS
Contains 14 one-page reading passages covering Anglicans and Separatists, the Mayflower Voyage, the Mayflower Compact, Well-Known Pilgrims, William Bradford, the First Winter, Squanto and the Native Americans, and more.

What was it like to be a Plymouth Pilgrim? Why did the Puritans choose to leave England and make their lives in America? This lesson plan covers the background information leading up to the Mayflower voyage, life as a Pilgrim and the First Thanksgiving.

14 one-page READING PASSAGES covering the following topics:

• Anglicans and Separatists
• The Separatists Separate
• The Mayflower Voyage
• The Mayflower Sets Sail
• The Mayflower Compact
• Well-Known Pilgrims
• William Bradford – Arriving in the New World
• William Bradford – Leader and Author
• The First Winter
• Moving to the Settlement
• The Pilgrims meet the Native American
• Squanto and the Pilgrims
• The First Thanksgiving: Winslow’s
• The First Thanksgiving: Bradford’s Account

This product includes the following classroom ACTIVITIES:

 Write a Classroom Compact
 Seek and Find: The Mayflower Compact
 Critical Thinking
 Job Application – Plymouth Pilgrims
 Interpret a 16th Century Recipe
 Review Game: True or False
 Complete a Timeline!
 Plymouth Pilgrims Worksheet
 Write an Acrostic Poem
 Write a Note of Thanks
 Play Nine Men’s Morris
 Links: A Paper Pilgrim Bonnet OR Pilgrim Hat:
 Add Some “Tradition” to Your Thanksgiving Feast
 Coloring Pages
 Examine the Mayflower Compact
 Suggested Books

COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS: SALEM WITCH TRIAL JUDGE
Contains 12 one-page reading passages covering the Salem Witch Trials in Colonial America, Puritans in England and America, the Laws of the Puritans, the Arrests and Examinations, The Court and the Judges, Cotton Mather, The Accusers and Accused and more.

Although Salem was technically under British rule in 1692, in reality the Puritans were more or less self-governing. The Puritans enforced their strict rules on non-puritan settlers as well, and often drove out those who were not willing to follow them. In 1692, the people of Salem focused on ridding their community of all citizens who were accused of practicing witchcraft. This lesson plan includes:

12 one-page READING PASSAGES covering the following topics:

• Puritans in England and America
• Laws of the Puritans
• The Salem Witch Trials – How It Began
• Arrests and Examinations
• The Process for Putting a Witch on Trial in Salem in 1692
• The Court and the Judges
• The Associate Magistrates
• Cotton Mather – Minister and Writer
• The Accusers and the Accused
• The End of the Salem Witch Trials
• The Aftermath of the Salem Witch Trials

This product includes the following classroom ACTIVITIES:

 Magistrate Job Application
 Comprehension Worksheet
 A Witch or Bewitched?
 Graphing Activity: Complete a Pie Chart
 Speak Like a Puritan
 Choose a Puritan Name
 Bingo Review Words and Clues to Create your own Bingo Cards
 Puritan Children – Modern Children – A Comparison Activity
 Create a Newspaper!
 Read and Analyze Depositions Against Rebecca Nurse
 Suggested Books

COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS: TAVERN-KEEPERS
Contains 3 one-page reading passages covering Tavern Keepers in Colonial America. This product is also perfect for SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS, enrichment learning, homeschool or co-ops! The reading passages are great for CLOSE READING with any non-fiction graphic organizer (not included). THIS LESSON INCLUDES READING PASSAGES, ACTIVITIES, REVIEW GAME, WORKSHEET AND TEACHER’S KEY.

From the time that they first opened in Colonial America through the beginning of the Revolutionary War, taverns served as an unofficial gathering place for residents, travelers, politicians, and rebels. Colonial taverns played an important role in the development of American. This lesson plan includes:

3 one-page reading passages covering the following topics:

• Inns, Taverns, and Ordinaries: A Place to Socialize
• Licensing Requirements for Tavern Keepers
• Colonial Tavern Food and Beverages
• Food Preservation
• Paying the Tavern Bill
• Pre-Revolutionary Taverns

This product includes the following classroom ACTIVITIES:
 Job Application
 Brew Some Ginger Beer – Make a Dessert!
 Create Your Own Menu
 Writing Prompt
 Make a Colonial Newspaper /Read to Other Patrons
 Review Game: Bingo Words and Clues
 Review Worksheet

COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS: SHOPKEEPERS, MERCHANTS AND PEDDLERS
Contains 10 one and two-page reading passages covering Colonial Shopkeepers, Merchants and Peddlers as well as Colonial money, bartering, trading and more.

From the time that the first colonists arrived in America in the 16th century, acquiring the necessary goods and supplies was a real challenge. This lesson plan covers games and activities relating to the Colonial Shopkeepers.

10 one and two-page READING PASSAGES covering the following topics:

• Early Colonists - Acquiring Goods
• The Navigation Acts
• Trading and Bartering
• Colonists’ Attempts at Money
o Commodity Money
o Wampum
• Coins in the Colonies
o English Coins
o Foreign Coins
o Colonial Coins
• Merchants vs. Shopkeepers vs. Peddlers
• Colonial Peddlers
• The Peddler’s Reputation
• The First General Stores
• Well-Known Colonial Merchants: Mary Alexander and Peter Faneuil
• Examples of Colonial Shopkeepers

This product includes the following classroom ACTIVITIES:

 Job Application
 Create a Business Plan!
 Trade Day!
 Create Your Business Sign
 Venn Diagram and Teacher’s Key
 Match the Colonial Sign to the Business
 Review Worksheet and Teacher’s Key
 Money Math
 Review Game: Bingo Words and Clues
 Writing Prompt
 Bartering Simulation
 Coloring Pages
 Organize Your General Store
 Suggested Books


CHECK OUT MY OTHER COLONIAL AMERICAN PRODUCTS:
COLONIAL BUNDLES:
BUNDLE: Pirates, Privateers and the Golden Age of Piracy
BUNDLE: Salem Witch Trials
BUNDLE: Plymouth Pilgrims and the First Thanksgiving
BUNDLE: Roanoke and Jamestown Settlements

COLONIAL AMERICAN CAREERS PRODUCTS:
Colonial American Careers: Pirates and Privateers
Colonial American Careers: Tradesmen and Craftsmen Part 1
Colonial American Careers: Tradesmen and Craftsmen Part 2

Bundled Medieval Career Lesson Plans:
Medieval Careers in Medieval Times Volume I
Medieval Careers in Medieval Times Volume 2


Total Pages
155 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 months
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