The Lost Colony of Roanoke is fascinating to students! There are many theories that seek to explain what happened to the lost settlers but we may truly never know the fate of the lost colony.
This print 'n go activity pack will be helpful to you as you teach about and review the Lost Colony of Roanoke.
Contents of this packet:
* Lost Colony of Roanoke Writing Assignment (includes planning sheet, writing pages, and cover page)
* Lost Colony of Roanoke Layer Book - This fun layer book asks students to think deeper about five of the disappearance theories.
* Lost Colony of Roanoke Word Search - This word search is perfect for morning work or busy work.
This activity pack does require some background knowledge on the Lost Colony of Roanoke. So, if you haven’t already, please be sure to purchase this interactive notebook lesson. This notebook lesson contains two informational passages and foldable activities that will help your students to learn about the Lost Colony of Roanoke.
The Lost Colony of Roanoke- An Interactive Notebook Lesson
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