In this activity, students will learn what it would have been like to be a sharecropper during the Reconstruction era after the Civil War. They will draw chance cards to see what the year had in store for their family. At the end of the activity, the students will see if their family had any financial success and decide how much better sharecropping was than slavery. Students will build a deeper understanding of the Reconstruction period by participating in this sharecropping simulation!
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This activity helps meet the following TEKS standards: