Skip the boring textbook and help students discover their learning with highly engaging learning centers!
Teaching your students about the major events and battles of the American Revolution as they rotate through 8 discovery learning folder centers.
In each folder students will work in small groups to:
☑ Learn the who, what, where, why, and why
of each event
☑ Explore a map
of where the event took place
☑ Use picture cards and prompts
to discuss the event with their group
☑ Complete an extension activity
☑ Create a timeline
of all events
Students will learn about the following events
• Battles at Lexington and Concord
• The Second Continental
• Capture of Fort Ticonderoga
• The Battle of Bunker Hill
• The Declaration of Independence
• Crossing the Delaware & Battle of Trenton
• Battles of Saratoga
• The Battle of Yorktown
You'll find teacher set-up directions as well to help you prepare these folders for your students.
Trying to go digital?
You can teach students the same information through a Link & Think digital learning guide. If you're a 1:1 digital classroom or just looking to incorporate technology into your teaching, then check out the following resource:
American Revolution Link & Think
(NOTE: you do NOT need both the discovery learning folders and the Link & Think as they cover the same information, just in different formats)
Need an entire unit on the American Revolution that INCLUDES these discovery folders? Grab this resource:
American Revolutionary War Complete Unit [Google Classroom Compatible]
DO NOT PURCHASE THIS RESOURCE IF YOU ALREADY OWN MY AMERICAN REVOLUTION UNIT.
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