Send your students on web scavenger hunt to discover how people of the American Revolution lived. Navigating through Colonial Williamsburg's educational and interactive website, students will explore the world's largest living history museum. They will browse through primary source text, online object exhibits, maps, and photographs. 13 short answer questions will structure learning to include information about actual people who lived in Colonial Williamsburg, what buildings would have been found in an 18th century city, as well as the occupations, food, clothing, and daily life of people living in the Revolution era. After their web scavenger hunt is complete, students are encouraged to play educational games that are geared to enhance their knowledge of life during the American Revolution.
Easy to follow directions and a teacher answer key are included. Worksheet is EDITABLE so you can make changes that better fit your students' needs.
This web scavenger hunt takes approximately 90 minutes, but students who finish early can choose an educational games to play. This worksheet can be used as an introduction to a study on the American Revolution, a supplementary activity, or an educational time killer.
Students do NEED INTERNET ACCESS to complete this activity.
Life During the American Revolution: Web Scavenger Hunt by Sarah Enos is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.