This bundle contains everything you need to teach the Lost Colony of Roanoke!
Contents of this amazing bundle:
Lost Colony of Roanoke PowerPoint
Lost Colony of Roanoke- Interactive Notebook Lesson
Lost Colony of Roanoke Activity Pack
This bundle is ready to print and use. There is no prep-work required.
How I use this bundle in my classroom:
1. First, I show the Lost Colony of Roanoke PowerPoint. This presentation covers the story of Roanoke and discusses five of the theories surrounding the lost settlers.
** Please note: This PowerPoint is not editable in terms of text or images. You may remove slides and change transitions. However, the text is saved as an image and it cannot be changed! **
2. Second, we dive deeper into the Lost Colony of Roanoke with an interactive notebook lesson. This lesson contains engaging reading passages and foldable activities.
3. Finally, students complete the activities contained in the activity pack. This activity pack contains a thought-provoking writing assignment with display, an attractive layer book, and a word search.
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