Gold Rush Interactive Notebook, Bulletin Board, and Mini Unit
Your students will enjoy learning about the California Gold Rush with this interactive packet. The hands-on approach to learning through the components of this resource will surely help your students learn and understand the contributions and discoveries of the Gold Rush!
The packet has 6 components:
Interactive Notebook Foldables: Printable layered book with tabs and pages for definition, dates, key people, locations, and effects of the Gold Rush.
Map it Out Foldable: Can also be used in notebooks. Students identify location of Sutter's Mill, San Francisco, and California on a map.
Timeline Activity: Students will enjoy creating this Gold Rush timeline to gain a better understanding of the early explorers.
Information Guide: Students can use the information guide and interesting fact sheet to help complete the interactive notebooks and learn about the Gold Rush.
Letter Writing Activity: Students use these printables to write a letter home from the perspective of a gold miner at camp. Illustration sheet also included.
Large Bulletin Board: Use the students' letters to create this attractive bulletin board.. Includes bulletin board header, Gold Rush illustrated accents, and photo directions. You can also add the students' timelines to the board!
The packet also includes a teacher-direction sheet with photo examples of the projects in use in the classroom. It is very clear and easy-to-use; basically just print and go! My students love these activities; I think yours will, too!
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You can find each of the individual Social Studies Interactive Notebooks and Mini Units here:
Maps, Continents, and Landforms
Explorers of the World
Road to the Revolutionary War
The Revolutionary War
The 13 Colonies (Geography)
Colonial America - Daily Life
Colonial America - Jobs and Trades
Lewis and Clark Expedition
The Oregon Trail
The Gold Rush
The Civil War - Events Leading to the War
The Civil War
The U.S. Constitution
3 Branches of U.S. Government
Elections and the Voting Process
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