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The New England Colonies: An Active, Engaging Unit

The New England Colonies: An Active, Engaging Unit
The New England Colonies: An Active, Engaging Unit
The New England Colonies: An Active, Engaging Unit
The New England Colonies: An Active, Engaging Unit
The New England Colonies: An Active, Engaging Unit
The New England Colonies: An Active, Engaging Unit
The New England Colonies: An Active, Engaging Unit
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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!

Contents:

New England Colonies: Mixed Map Activity

Who were the Puritans?
* Reading 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?
* Reading passages
* Shrinking Biographies Contest activity

Town Meetings in New England
* Teacher Information Sheet
* Town Meeting Simulation activity

Colonial Workers: Indentured Servants and Slaves
* Reading passages
* Compare/contrast activity

Social Classes and Individuals in the New England Colonies
* Information cards
* Who Said It? Worksheet
* Three Venn diagrams to compare/contrast viewpoints of
individuals

New England Schools
* Reading passage
* Primary Source activity: New England Primer, 1721
* Comparing/contrasting New England schools with today’s
schools

The Economy of the New England Colonies
* Reading passage
* Sort activity

New England Colonies: Settlement Patterns
* Reading passage
* Diagram activity

King Philip’s War
* Reading passage
* Answer flaps activity
* Primary Source activity: Edward Randolph’s report of King
Philip’s War in New England, 1675

Middle Passage
* Reading passage
* Cooperative Group Frames activity
* Primary Source activity: Diagram of the British Slave Ship,
Brookes
* Primary Source activity: The Writings of Olaudah Equiano

New England Colonies Scoot Game- A student favorite!

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

Help your students compare the colonial regions with this activity pack:
Comparing the Colonial Regions Activity Pack


This unit is also contained in a fantastic bundle! Check it out here:
Colonial America Unit Bundle: New England, Middle, Southern, and Comparisons


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