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Roanoke - What happened? Why is this considered a "Lost Colony?"
The Lost Colony of Roanoke is fascinating to students. You will have fun teaching about this unsolved mystery with this packet!
This print 'n go lesson contains everything you need to teach about the Lost Colony of Roanoke. You may use this lesson with or without interactive notebooks. Students will love to learn about Roanoke with these active, engaging materials!
Contents of this packet:
Page 2: The Lost Colony of Roanoke- A Historical Mystery
Pages 3-5: The Lost Colony of Roanoke- Question Tabs
Page 6: What happened at Roanoke?- Theories and Possibilities
Pages 7-8: What happened at Roanoke?- Make a Flap Book
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