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If you are looking for an interactive way to review the Critical Period, this resource is for you! Written on an upper elementary level, this review is great for preparing for standardized tests, perfect for working in pairs, groups or excellent for individual center work. Written on 4th grade level but can be used with 3rd and 5th grades where appropriate.
The Critical Period of American History refers to the time right after the American Revolution. More specifically, This period refers to the period of time following the end of the Revolutionary War in 1783, to the inauguration of George Washington as our first president in 1789. This is part of our American History series.
Even the upper elementary kids beg to play “games” instead of doing worksheets or answering questions at the end of the chapter! All of these activities are hands-on & interactive.
Black and white versions are offered for your printing preferences.
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Recording sheets (worksheets) are provided for each section which can be used for assessment, an extra step in learning or simply for individual accountability if you choose.
⭐ Matching Activity with:
The Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches of government
The Virginia, New Jersey and the Compromise Plans
Northwest Ordinance 1787
Articles of Confederation
Separation of Powers
⭐ Cause and Effect which has matching statements and facts for the following:
Bill of Rights
The Great Compromise
The Virginia and New Jersey Plans
The Articles of Confederation
The Northwest Ordinance of 1787
The Constitution Convention
Other American History Resources:
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