Two Plays from the American Revolution

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Mackowiecki Lewis
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3rd - 6th
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I am so happy to have found this resource. It is exactly what I was hoping to find to go along with my social studies/reading unit.


Two plays for the price of one including comprehension activities (2 each), key, links to specific CCSs, extensions, reproduction rights, and performance rights! This bundle includes two plays originally published in my book, Read Aloud Plays: Symbols of America (Scholastic): "Eagles Over the Battlefield," a fun and dramatic play portraying Franklin and Jefferson arguing about whether the eagle or the turkey should be our national symbol, and "A Bell for the Statehouse," which focuses on the history of The Liberty Bell and how it was one of the "American Statesmen" saved by Paul Revere's ride. Best suited for grades 3 through 6, there are about a dozen parts per play. Great for single use, podcast, or full stage production! For more American Revolution content, check out The Secret Soldier, Betsy Ross Fact or Fiction, and Sybil Ludington: Girl. Fighter. Hero. on my TpT storefront. Thanks!

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