This Colonies American History Unit Bundle includes everything you need to teach about the Colonies to your 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students, including lesson plans, interactive notebook activities, Quick Notes activities, lesson PowerPoints, vocabulary posters, word wall cards, and flash cards, and study guides for each lesson and tests and modified tests for the end of each unit. Resources include lesson plans and outside resources like videos to supplement your lessons and make them fun and interactive for your students.
This Unit Bundle includes the resources listed below for teaching about these topics: Thirteen Colonies, Roanoke, Jamestown, Pilgrims, First Thanksgiving, History of the Thirteen Colonies, Geography of the Thirteen Colonies, Economics of the Thirteen Colonies, New England Colonies, Middle Colonies, Southern Colonies, Religion in the Colonies, Colonial Jobs, Triangular Trade Routes, the MIddle Passage, French and Spanish Settlements, French and Indian War, Proclamation of 1763
Please see each individual component to this unit by clicking on the links below for more specific information about this bundle. Previews are located within individual item descriptions. *I'll update this section later tonight when I get individual components uploaded separately.*
Colonies Interactive Notebook
Colonies Lesson PowerPoints
Colonies Vocabulary Posters, Flash Cards, and Word Wall Cards
Colonies Tests and Study Guides
This unit was designed for grades 4-6.
This Unit Bundle is actually Unit 3 in a 12 Unit Series. This is the tenth published unit. Other units will be published according to the release schedule available in the description for the growing bundle linked below.
All 12 of my American History Unit Bundles will be part of a huge American History Curriculum Growing Mega-Bundle. You can find that here.
Additional materials are available to enhance this curriculum and can be found in Heidi Babin’s store:
Events Coloring Pages
Q: Do students need a textbook to use these materials?
A: No, a textbook is not required. This is actually designed to be used with or without a textbook or other curriculum. It can be used as a supplement or on its own. Instead of relying on a textbook, students are building their own textbooks with their interactive notebooks that include all of the information they need - vocabulary words and definitions, important people, events, and big ideas.