Causes and Effects of Civil War Battles

Causes and Effects of Civil War Battles
Causes and Effects of Civil War Battles
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This worksheet is designed to be used as a review of some of the major battles of the U.S. Civil War. The work sheet consists of three columns: Causes, Battles, and Effects. Students are to draw arrows to correctly link the cause of the battle, with the battle name, and the major effects of the battle.

Battles included are: Fort Sumter, Bull Run, Monitor vs. Merrimack, Antietam, Vicksburg, Gettysburg, and Atlanta & the March to the Sea

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I use my PowerPoints (available on my TpT Store) to explain the battles and then use this worksheet as a review activity.
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