Civil War Bundle - Word Wall and Create a Civil War Caricature.
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Civil War Word Wall
If you've ever wanted your students to have a visual representation of the Civil War to help them understand the terminology better then you're in the right place! This Civil War Word Wall product has a combination of 100 terms and names of famous individuals from this time period.
Here's What's Included:
1 page - "The Civil War" title
1 page - "The"
1 page - "Civil"
1 page - "War"
50 pages with the following terms (2 per page and can be cut out):
Abolitionist, Gray, Crittenden Plan, Jefferson Davis, Popular Sovereignty, Frederick Douglass, Pickett’s Charge, Reconstruction, Blue, Robert E. Lee, Battle of Bull Run, Antietam, Fugitive Slave Act, John Wilkes Booth, Slavery, Missouri Compromise, Kansas-Nebraska Act, Antebellum, Rebel, Amputation, States’ Rights, 13th Amendment, 14th Amendment, 15th Amendment, Ambrose Burnside, 620,000, Harper’s Ferry, Ulysses S. Grant, The Conspirators, The Anaconda Plan, Matthew Brady, Yankee, Savannah (GA), “Four score and seven years ago…”, Morse Code, Agriculture, Jayhawker, Winfield Scott, Mary Surratt, Vicksburg, Railroads, Industry, Draft Riots, Union, Telegraph, Arsenal, Copperheads, Conscription, North, South, Nationalism, Sectionalism, Gettysburg Address, Bread Riots, King Cotton, Inflation, Dysentery, P.O.W. Camps, Richmond (VA), William T. Sherman, George McClellan, John Brown, Wilmot Proviso, Stonewall Jackson, William Lloyd Garrison, Daniel Webster, U.S.S. Merrimack, C.S.S. Virginia, Republicanism, Henry Clay, Mortar, Bayonet, Appomattox Courthouse, Harriet Tubman, U.S.S. Monitor, Dred Scott Decision, Bleeding Kansas, Doctrine of Nullification, Blockade, Fort Sumter, Ironclad, Mason-Dixon Line, Bonnie Blue Flag, Disease, Howitzer, Cavalry, Border States, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Stephen Douglas, Confederacy, Hardtack, Massachusetts 54th, South Carolina, Peterson House, Harriet Beecher-Stowe, Secede, Abraham Lincoln, Ford’s Theatre, Caisson, Contraband
Create a Civil War Caricature
Looking for a fun way to end your unit on the Civil War? How about having your students create a Civil War caricature by tracing over different features already created in this packet so they can have fun, share some laughs, and stay engaged as your Civil War unit, or your school year comes to a close. Each one of these original features can be combined to make a variety of characters! The sillier the better!
Included in this product are 4 different bodies - a union soldier, a confederate soldier, a soldier on guard, and a soldier holding a cannonball. There are also 4 face shapes, 12 eyebrows, 12 eyes, 4 moustaches, 2 different sized beards, a cannon, a stack of cannonballs, 1 angled forage cap (2 different sizes), 1 straight forage cap (2 different sizes), 8 different mouths, 12 noses, and 6 sets of ears.
Using tracing paper works best, but you can still see the shapes under regular printer paper and trace over them. Students simply put their paper over the body they chose and trace the features, same for the face, eyes, ears, noses, mouths, etc.
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