V.I.P Kids of the American Revolution (Grades 4-8)

V.I.P Kids of the American Revolution (Grades 4-8)
V.I.P Kids of the American Revolution (Grades 4-8)
V.I.P Kids of the American Revolution (Grades 4-8)
V.I.P Kids of the American Revolution (Grades 4-8)
V.I.P Kids of the American Revolution (Grades 4-8)
V.I.P Kids of the American Revolution (Grades 4-8)
V.I.P Kids of the American Revolution (Grades 4-8)
V.I.P Kids of the American Revolution (Grades 4-8)
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Need classwork? Print and Go! Lead students through an analysis of Influence of CHILDREN during the American Revolution-- featuring the abridged stories of 6 children who influenced the Revolution in their own special way. Stories show a range of experiences-- from military, intellectual, and political contributions to society. Everything is ready to Print and Go -- Classwork or Homework assignment to cover 1-2 class periods, depending on time.

Lesson Materials:
- Abridged stories of six influential kids-- three boys and three girls
- Essential Question, "How Did Children Influence Society & Warfare during the American Revolution?” printed to guide thinking
- Graphic Organizer-- helps students keep track of evidence for the Essential Question.
- Written Response- Students use details from their organizer/the readings to respond to craft a written response to the Essential Question.


Featured Stories:
- Sybil Ludington (teenage Paul Revere)
- Joseph Plumb Martin (teenage soldier, fought and kept a diary that was preserved)
- Phillis Wheatley (writing to affect society)
- William Diamond (drummer boy)
- Unknown Trumpter (saved life of Colonel William Washington)
- Elizabeth Zane (delivered gun powder to save her town from British)


*These are not the only six children to influence the Revolution. These six children were chosen to show racial and gender diversity*


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8 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 hours
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