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The First Americans Coloring Activities - US History

The First Americans Coloring Activities - US History
Product Description
The First Americans Coloring Pages (American History Unit 1) - Includes 13 unique coloring sheets to help students visualize the events of the First Americans and their dates.

Posters included:
• Hunters Migrate from Asia to North America via Land Bridge
• Ice Age Ends as Glaciers Begin Melting
• The Olmec Civilization
• The Mound Builders Civilization
• The Mayan Civilization Congress
• The Anasazi Civilization
• The Aztec Civilization
• The Inca Civilization
• Hopi Village of Oraibi is Founded
• Iroquois Confederacy is Formed
• Tuscarora Join the Iroquois Confederacy
• The Cheyenne Tame Wild Horses
• Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Passed


Use them all, or pick and choose a few! These make great early finisher activities and keep students engaged during small groups or independent work time.

More American Revolution resources:
• American History Posters
• American History Illustrated Timelines


Check out the entire line of American History Coloring Activities here.

This is also part of the American History Growing MEGA-Bundle.


Unit Release Dates
NOTE that these units will not be released in chronological order.

• January 9 • Unit 4: American Revolution (Available here)


• January 30 • Unit 5: A New Nation is Born (Available here)


• February 27 • Unit 6: Moving West (Available here)


• March 20 • Unit 7: Civil War (Available here)


• April 10 • Unit 8: Industrialization and Immigration (Available here)


• May 8 • Unit 9: World War I, Great Depression, Roaring Twenties (Available here)


• May 29 • Unit 10: World War II, Cold War, and Communism (Available here)

• July 10 • Unit 1: Native Americans of North America (Available here)


• July 31 • Unit 2: Exploring and Settling North America

• September 4 • Unit 3: Colonies

• September 25 • Unit 11: Civil Rights

• October 16 • Unit 12: Terrorism





This is a PDF file created at 300 dpi (which means it will print crystal clear) at a standard 8½”x11” sheet.


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