Bundle and Save! Four COMPREHENSIVE lessons to add to your unit on the 13 Colonies. Students examine the causes and effects of the Columbian Exchange, analyze the meaning of the Mayflower Compact, compare and contrast the colonies of Jamestown and Plymouth, and map the original 13 Colonies. ***Paper PDF AND Google Drive Resources are included for each lesson!***
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13 Colonies Text, Map Lesson, and Assessment
Focus on climate, geography, and the economies of the early American colonies with this Common Core aligned close reading, map lesson, and assessment! Students will read about the original 13 colonies in order to gain a better understanding of how climate and geography played a role in shaping each economy. Next, students will apply and extend their understanding by completing a comprehensive map assignment. The lesson concludes with a map assessment.
Jamestown vs. Plymouth: A Compare & Contrast Lesson
Everything you need for students to compare and contrast the colonies of Jamestown and Plymouth. This comprehensive lesson includes vocabulary practice, informational text, a graphic organizer, and differentiated writing practice for students to successfully analyze both colonies.
The Mayflower Compact: A Primary Source Analysis
Ensure student understanding of the Mayflower Compact with this comprehensive primary source analysis. Students begin the lesson with foundational background text and tier-three vocabulary review. Next, students move on to read the Mayflower Compact, transfer it into their own words, and answer comprehension questions. Finally, students complete an extension activity that connects the ideas of the Mayflower Compact to their lives today
The Columbian Exchange: Causes and Effects
Focus on the causes and effects of The Columbian Exchange with this differentiated informational text and graphic organizer. This is a great lesson for introducing students to the Columbian Exchange or Triangle Trade.
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