Here's a visually rich set of word wall cards/posters that you can display in your classroom as you teach your students about Virginia in the American Revolution (aligned with Virginia Studies VS.5)!
Key terms/places/people include: arrest, backwoods, battle, colonist, colony, commander-in-chief, conflict, Declaration of Independence, enslaved, flee, govern, governor, independence, leadership, legal authority, "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness," local assembly, loyal, loyalist, military, neutral, Parliament, patriot, political, revolution, right, role, surrender, tax, taxation without representation, victory, war, Great Britain, the 13 Colonies, Virginia, Great Bridge, Norfolk, Charlottesville, Yorktown, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Patrick Henry, James Lafayette, Jack Jouett, and King George III.
There is a word wall card for each of the above terms/places/people. In addition, there are four posters included (the 13 Colonies vs. Great Britain, the Declaration of Independence, roles of Virginians during the American Revolution, and major battles and events of the Revolutionary War in Virginia).
Note: the six people cards have a name and picture only - no facts. I've done this purposely because of how I use these cards in my classroom. If you would prefer to have key information on these cards, please email me at email@example.com and I will add those to the set. Also, there are a few duplicate cards (i.e., colonist, colony, etc.) from my other sets, since some words are used in multiple standards, but they include different definitions that are more specific to how they are used in this unit.
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