What a fun way to review the geographic expansion and the economic, political and social development of early America! Students complete the templates after class notes, reading textbook chapters or informational texts, at the end of the unit or even after finishing a chapter test (while waiting for students to finish).
This activity is a class favorite that is easy to implement. It's great to share and hang in the classroom. This also makes for a great sub plan/lesson for United States History class!
✅ sixteen fun templates with varying fill-in options and doodle globes
✅ 5 example pages
✅ Teacher directions and ideas
✅ A key concept reference page that explains and defines geographic expansion and economic, political and social development
The Doodle Notes have pre-filled in units or template that can be used with any units. The pre-filled units include:
✅ The Colonies
✅ The American Revolution
✅ The Constitution
✅ A New Nation
✅ Westward Expansion
✅ The Worlds of North and South
✅ The Civil War
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