These activities are favorites taken from my Jamestown Unit for the Inclusion Classroom. They are all fun, interactive, and hands-on as well as classroom tested. Some activities have been created with a separate set of added modifications while others are easily modified for special needs and ELL/ESL students. If you are planning to teach Jamestown History, consider purchasing the accompanying Jamestown Bundle 1. Jamestown Foldable, which come with photo instructions.
You may also want to consider saving money and purchasing the entire Jamestown Unit for the Inclusion Class; an exciting 300+ pages of Jamestown activities aligned to both the Common Core and Virginia Standards.
You will receive the following activities in Jamestown Bundle 2 PLUS 3 Bonus Roanoke Colony Activities!
1. Back in Time to Jamestown: An Original Skit Based on
Primary Sources with Follow-up Activities (Recently revised to reflect the historical changes and primary sources at Jamestown.)
2. John Smith’s Map of 1608: A Primary Source Activity
3. The White DeBry Map of 1590: A Primary Source Activity
4. Events of the Jamestown Colony 1607-1614: Making a Jamestown Timeline
5. Jamestown Resource Sorts: Natural, Capital, or Human
Resources Sorting Activity (Using Realistic Photos Taken at
6. Roanoke: The First English Colony A Skit (BONUS ACTIVITY)
7. Roanoke: Starting a Colony in the New World (BONUS ACTIVITY)
8. Starting a Colony in the New World: Mystery of the Lost Colony Collaborative Activity with a Cartoon Activity
9. Exit Pass (BONUS)
These activities could take as long as two weeks and as little as one week depending upon the time your schedule allows for history. The skits are fantastic cross curricular activities which support your reading curriculum!
REVISED WITH PHOTO DIRECTIONS!
These nine Jamestown foldables have been taken from my Jamestown Unit for the Inclusion Class with over 300 pages of Jamestown activities aligned to both the Common Core and Virginia Standards. This unit has ben recently revised to include photo directions and lap book directions. Foldables are a fun, creative hands-on way to learn the content. You will be able to reach your most diverse student population when incorporating foldables into your lessons. In addition to the foldables which meet the standard curriculum, modified versions are included for students requiring writing accommodations. All foldables align with the Virginia History standards and Common Core.
This bundle contains the following foldables:
Cities and Waterways in Virginia
The Virginia Charters
Who’s Who at Jamestown-Important People in the History of Jamestown
Powhatan Indian Resources (Human, Capital, and Natural)
Groups of People Who Contributed to Jamestown’s Success
The General Assembly 1619
The General Assembly and House of Burgesses
Tobacco in Jamestown
Reasons Virginia’s Capital Was Moved
A template to make a foldable pocket for notebooks.
Photo directions for all foldables, lap-books, and pockets.
The keys to the activities are provided in photo format.
ADDITIONAL COMPANION JAMESTOWN RESOURCES:
Jamestown Unit for the Inclusion Classroom
Jamestown Unit for the Inclusion Class contains the Bundle 1 Foldables, both the Powhatan Indian Writing Prompts and the Everything Jamestown Photo Writing Prompts; and includes over 300 pages of instructional materials to include closed notes, activities, study guides, the Powhatan assessments, and much, much, more! This unit will keep your children busy for 6 weeks! Included are modified activities for your ESL/ELL learners and special needs students to aid you in differentiating.
Everything Jamestown: Photo Writing Prompts
Jamestown Social Studies Assessment: Hardship of the Settlers
Roanoke and Jamestown: Using Primary Resources to Learn about the Past
Back in Time to Jamestown: A Skit
Jamestown Hardships: A Cut and Paste Activity
Powhatan Indian Unit
Powhatan Indians Unit Bundle