This resource includes an informational text about Patriot's Day, the third Monday in April, an opinion writing activity about Patriots' Day, and fun puzzles to make a booklet that tells a bit about 9 key players in the American Revolution.
(Not a resource for Patriot Day, September 11)
In this download, you will get:
*An informational color text in both PPT and PDF format to share with your students to help them learn about Patriots' Day
*An opinion writing activity about making Patriots' Day a national holiday
*color puzzles for Paul Revere, George Washington, Betsy Ross, Abigail Adams, John Hancock, Thomas Paine Nathan Hale, Patrick Henry, and Francis Marion.
*black and white puzzles for the above
*Three levels of research
- easiest -short reading passage about each person with a space to
glue the cut apart puzzle into
- medium - prewritten passage with the name of the person
omitted. Students must read and research or draw from prior
knowledge to discover which person puzzle to build in the space.
- hardest - students build a puzzle person in the space, then
research and write about his/her role in the American
*a color cover for the booklet
*a black and white cover for the booklet
*a text-based evidence interactive notebook page to use with the finished booklet
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