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Lewis and Clark Expedition | Westward Expansion | DIGITAL and PRINTABLE

Shelly Rees
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Your students will enjoy learning about the Lewis and Clark Expedition with this interactive packet. Now includes a DIGITAL VERSION for Google Classroom. This hands-on approach to learning will surely help your students learn and understand all about Lewis and Clark and their famous expedition!

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This resource includes both a printable version AND a digital version. The digital version is on Google Slides and is perfect for distance learning, independent work, centers, and more!

This high-interest, engaging packet has 5 components:

Map it Out: Students identify main locations on Lewis and Clark Trail on this foldable map.

Interactive Notebook Foldables: Printable foldables for each of the major events can be used for student note-taking and learning the chronology of the events.

Information Guide: This printable is helpful for student note-taking and for use throughout the unit.

Letter-Writing Activity: Students can write a letter home from the perspective of an expedition member.

Bulletin Board: Create a fun, engaging bulletin board with 12 true or false statements about the Lewis and Clark expedition.

The interactive notebook includes these events from the Lewis and Clark Expedition:

Congress Approves Expedition

Lewis Begins Training

Louisiana Purchase Announced

Lewis Recruits Clark

Camp Wood

The Journey Begins

Sergeant Floyd Dies

The Great Plains

Crew Meets Sacagawea

Fort Mandan

Sacagawea's Son is Born

Great Falls of the Missouri

Bitterroot Range Crossing

The Nez Perce

The Continental Divide

Sacagawea Finds her Brother

The Columbia River

The Pacific Ocean

If you only want to cover part of these events, it is very simple to adjust the packet's contents to suit your own needs!

This resource 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!

You may also be interested in these other Social Studies Interactive Notebooks and Mini Units:

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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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Shelly Rees

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