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The 13 Colonies Flip Flap Book®

The 13 Colonies Flip Flap Book®
The 13 Colonies Flip Flap Book®
The 13 Colonies Flip Flap Book®
The 13 Colonies Flip Flap Book®
The 13 Colonies Flip Flap Book®
The 13 Colonies Flip Flap Book®
The 13 Colonies Flip Flap Book®
The 13 Colonies Flip Flap Book®
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13 Colonies - This 13 Colonies Flip Flap Book ® will be a perfect complement to your unit on Colonial Times. Your students will be engaged and excited as they complete the activities in this flip flap book ® that will align with the different aspects/lessons that you teach on The 13 Colonies.

Included in this resource:

* The 13 C-O-L-O-N-I-E-S Flip Flap Book ®


The Students will:

* Write the names of the 13 original colonies

* Color a map and map key to show the 3 Regions of the 13 Colonies

* Describe the Climate, Geography, Occupations, Religions, and Views on Slavery
in New England Region

* Describe the Climate, Geography, Occupations, Religions, and Views on Slavery
in Mid-Atlantic Region

* Describe the Climate, Geography, Occupations, Religions, and Views on Slavery
in Southern Region

* Read a detailed passage called A Tale of Two Colonies: Jamestown & Plymouth
- highlight the words and phrases the author uses to compare and contrast the
two colonies

* Complete a Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting Jamestown and Plymouth
based on their research and the text passage

* Think and Describe what life was like for different types people during Colonial
Times called Perception of Life:
- wealthy landowners
- small farmers
- artisans
- Native Americans
- Indentured Servants
- Slaves

* Compare and Contrast women of colonial times to the modern day woman on a
T-Chart

* Research a specific type of artisan during colonial times. Present you are that
artisan and describe the job description, apprenticeship, working conditions, goods
and services created/made, where you would work as this type of artisan

* Writing Project: Pretend you are a person living during colonial times. Choose a
Role (wealthy landowner, slave, small farmer, indentured servant, woman, etc.).
Write a postcard to your family back in England explaining the colony you settled in,
what life is like for you, discuss the geography, occupation, religious practices, and
views on slavery.

**PLEASE NOTE: This resource REQUIRES 4 Sheets of Legal Sized Paper for 4 of the letters in this resource. The other letters will be printed on regular copy paper.**


This resource was created by Anna from Simply Skilled in Second and Michael from Monster Wrangler Mike on TPT.
Total Pages
14 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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