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These plays, skits, and re-enactments are useful for the Colonial America time period. I threw in the Lewis and Clark re-enactment as something extra even though it is later in time.
My students love these! I hope yours do, too. Check out ALL of my plays, skits and re-enactments in my TPT store.
You are getting 13 plays for $8 - about $.60 cents a piece, nice!
At this time, these are the ones included. Of course, I will be adding more as I write them.
-(New) Life in the New England Colonies, A Play
-(New) Life in the The Middle Colonies, A Play
-(New) Power Struggle, The Defeat of the Spanish Armada, A Play
-The Mayflower Compact, A Play
-The Plymouth Colony, A Play
-The Grand Council of Peace, a skit about the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois)
-The Hero of the French and Indian War, Major Robert Rogers (A Play)
-The Hated Stamp Act, A Play
-The Bloody Massacre, A Re-enactment of the events leading to the "Incident of King Street)
-The Boston Tea Party, A Play
-The Coercive Acts and the First Continental Congress (The Major Events of 1774)
-Over the Continental Divide, a skit about Lewis and Clark
-Arrival of the “Twenty and Odd”Origin of Slavery in Jamestown and Colonial America, A Play (added February 9, 2017)