New England Colonies Unit

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5th - 6th, Homeschool
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Are you looking for an exciting New England Colonies unit? You've found it! It's fun to teach about the New England colonies when you have active, engaging materials!


New England Colonies: Mixed Map Activity

Who were the Puritans?

* Informational passages

* "Puritan Life in New England" book for students to create-You may staple the

pages together to create a little book OR use these small pages as frames in

an interactive notebook

Who was Anne Hutchinson? and Who was Roger Williams?

* Informational Passages

* Shrinking Biographies Contest Activity

Town Meetings in New England

* Informational Passage

* Town Meeting Discussion Activity

Indentured Servants and Enslaved Individuals

* Informational Passage

* Compare/Contrast Activity

Social Classes and Individuals in the New England Colonies

* Information cards

* Who Said It? Worksheet

New England Schools

* Informational Passage

* Primary Source Activity: New England Primer, 1721

* Comparing/Contrasting New England Schools with Today’s Schools

The Economy of the New England Colonies

* Informational passage

* Sort activity

New England Colonies: Settlement Patterns

* Informational passage

* Diagram activity

King Philip’s War

* Informational passage

* Answer flaps activity

* Primary Source activity: Edward Randolph’s report of King Philip’s War in New

England, 1675

Middle Passage

* Informational passage

* Cooperative Group Frames activity

* Primary Source activity: The Writings of Olaudah Equiano

New England Colonies Scoot Game- A student favorite!

New England Unit Test - Includes Answer Key!

Are you looking for a Middle Colonies Unit? Check this out:

The Middle Colonies: An Active, Engaging Unit

Are you looking for a Southern Colonies Unit? Check this out:

The Southern Colonies: An Active, Engaging Unit

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