If you teach the Civil War then you know that there is a lot to cover in a short period of time. Over the years I have transitioned my classroom into one where it is less me and more them.
These three Civil War activities have kept my students interested and excited about learning more about the Civil War. From a soldier backpack activity where students will literally carry their backpack with them filled with the weight of a Civil War soldier's gear, to your students formally debating one another on topics related to the Civil War, to students reviewing the concepts they've discovered with a Civil War Bingo game that you can have students take turns being the caller.
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Civil War Soldier Backpack Gear Activity and Hardtack Recipe
Civil War Debates - 25 Topics - Research, Writing, & Speaking
30 Civil War Bingo Boards with 95 Detailed Calling Cards
Check out my other Civil War items as well:
Cloze Reading Strategy - The American Civil War - 61 Blanks with Word Bank
32 Civil War Trading Cards of Historical Figures to be Made
Civil War - 41 Historical Fiction Book Choices with Lexile Scores
American Civil War Era - 15 Famous Mystery Phrases - Research, Writing/Analysis
Civil War Bundle of Activities - 8 Different Products Included
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