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United States History Interactive PowerPoint Bundle & Interactive Google Slides
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The United States History Bundle contains the following units:
Ancient & Native Americans, Early Explorers & Trade Routes, Relations Between the Colonists & Native Americans, The 13 Colonies, American Revolution and Events Leading up to the War, The Declaration of Independence & American Revolution, The Articles of Confederation - Constitutional Convention - and the Constitution.
These teaching resources are quite the virtual experience! The United States History PowerPoints can be used as powerful classroom presentations or students can click their way through them.
This resource is aligned with United States Interactive Notebooks Bundle I would highly recommend using this resource along with the PowerPoints but it is optional. The PowerPoints are a stand-alone resource.
5th Grade US History PowerPoint Series
Here is a more in-depth look at each of the Interactive PowerPoint units:
Topics covered in this unit include: Ancient Americans (Mound Builders, Cliff Dwellers, Aztec, and Inca) Southwest Native Americans Hopi & Navajo, Great Plains – Comanche, Pawnee, Omaha – Northwest Native Americans Tlingit – Eastern Woodlands Natchez, Haudenosaunee Vocabulary: agriculture, clan, irrigation, nomads, pueblos, civilizations, migration, kivas, mesas, staple, travois, longhouse, wampum, adobe, wigwams, Iroquis confederacy, dugouts and more!
Topics covered in this unit include: Exploration, Age of Discovery, Trading, the Silk Road, Tools & Technology (Compass, Astrolabe, Octant, Sextant, Chronometer, Gunpowder) Marco Polo, The Description of the World, Songhai, Caravans, Spanish Reconquista, Christopher Columbus's Voyage, Trade to Africa, Trade to China, The Columbus Exchange, Ferdinand Magellan, Circumnavigation, Hernan Cortes, The Northwest Passage, John Cabot, Giovanni da Verrazzano, Prince Henry and Much More!
Topics covered in this unit include: Control of North America, The Pequot War, King Philip’s War, American-Indian Wars, Powhatan Wars in Virginia, French & Indian Wars, Indian Removal Act, The Trail of Tears, The 13 Colonies, Treaties, The Fur Trade, Andrew Jackson, Chief Tecumseh, John Marshall, Chief Logan, Sequoyah, Chief John Ross, and more!
Topics covered in this unit include: The New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies, religious freedom vs religious tolerance, dissenters, Mayflower Compact, Quakers, Puritans, debtor’s prison, cash crops, blacksmiths, Frame of Government, plantations, Fundamental Orders of Connecticut, silversmiths, artisans, coopers, town criers, breadbasket colonies, indentured servants, the slave trade, proprietor, train, William Braford, John Winthrop, Thomas Hooker, John Manson, Roger Williams, John Berkeley, William Penn, Peter Minuit, John Smith, Cecil Calvert, Lord Proprietors, James Oglethorpe, and much more!
Topics covered in this unit include: Proclamation of 1763, Sugar Act of 1764, Quartering Act of 1765, Stamp Act, Sons of Liberty, Daughters of Liberty, Townshend Acts of 1767, Boston Massacre, The Boston Tea Party, The First Continental Congress, Paul Revere’s Ride, taxes, smuggling, proclamation, boycotts, parliament, minutemen, delegates, Patriots, Loyalists, militia, petitions, King George III, Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, Crispus Attucks, Lord Fredrick North, Mercy Otis Warren, Benjamin Franklin
Topics covered in this unit include: Battle of Lexington and Concord, Second Continental Congress, Battle of Bunker Hill, Olive Branch Petition, Common Sense, Declaration of Independence, Women During the War, Difficult Times During the War, Battle of Trenton, Battle of Saratoga, Treaty of Alliance, Winter at Valley Forge, Battle of Yorktown, Treaty of Paris, Patrick Henry, George Washington, Thomas Paine, Martha Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Deborah Sampson, John Hancock, John Burgoyne, Benedict Arnold, Nathan Hale
Topics covered in this unit include: Daniel Shays’ Rebellion, The Articles of Confederation, The Northwest Territory, The Land Ordinance of 1785, Northwest Ordinance of 1787, Virginia Plan, The New Jersey Plan, The Great Compromise, Constitutional Convention, The Constitution, Preamble, Federal System, The Three Branches of Government, Checks and Balances, The Federalist Papers, Anti-federalism versus Federalism, Amendments to the Constitution, Ratification of the Constitution, Bill of Rights, James Madison, Edmund Randolph, Roger Sherman, Alexander Hamilton, and more!
This teaching resource was created using licensed graphics from clipartists listed in the resource. It is an absolute violation of copyright law to ”lift” the graphics or text for other purposes.
You may also enjoy Interactive Notebooks - ALIGNED with the Interactive PowerPoints!
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