WILD WEST LIFE - Reading Passages and Comprehension, Activities and Games

WILD WEST LIFE - Reading Passages and Comprehension, Activities and Games
WILD WEST LIFE - Reading Passages and Comprehension, Activities and Games
WILD WEST LIFE - Reading Passages and Comprehension, Activities and Games
WILD WEST LIFE - Reading Passages and Comprehension, Activities and Games
WILD WEST LIFE - Reading Passages and Comprehension, Activities and Games
WILD WEST LIFE - Reading Passages and Comprehension, Activities and Games
WILD WEST LIFE - Reading Passages and Comprehension, Activities and Games
WILD WEST LIFE - Reading Passages and Comprehension, Activities and Games
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    Bundle Description

    75 Reading passages covering Westward Expansion including Lewis and Clark, Trail of Tears, Davy Crockett, the Alamo, California Gold Rush, Pony Express, the Telegraph, Homesteaders, Wagon Trains, Pioneers, Cowboys, Outlaws and Lawmen, Transcontinental Railroad, George Custer and the 7th Cavalry, Little Big Horn, Wounded Knee, Sitting Bull, Geronimo, Chief Joseph, and much more! Includes one comprehension worksheet for each reading passage. Classroom and enrichment activities keep students engaged as they learn. A game of BINGO rounds out each lesson by reviewing new concepts and vocabulary words in an enjoyable way. Great for use by substitute teachers, or for homeschooling or co-ops! This Mega Bundle can easily last an entire semester and covers Western Expansion from Louisiana Purchase in 1803 to the Indian Wars in 1890.

    INCLUDES:

    • 75 Reading Passages
    • 75 Comprehension Worksheets
    • 75 Teacher's Keys
    • 36 Bingo Cards for Each Lesson (18 Sheets, 2 Per Page)
    • 24 Bingo Word and Clue Cards for Each Lesson
    • Bingo Tracking Sheets
    • Classroom and Enrichment Activities
    • Graphic Organizers

    *All files in this product are pdf files*

    READING COMPREHENSION WORKSHEETS

    This bundle includes one reading comprehension worksheet for each reading passage. Comprehension questions are true or false; multiple choice and open ended, and include both literal and inferential questions. Use for Social Studies (History) and Language Arts (Reading Comprehension).

    EXPLORERS – LEWIS AND CLARK

    With the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, the United States almost doubled in size. The Lewis and Clark’s Expedition to explore the new land began in 1804 and took over two years. This Bundle examines its impact on the United States and Westward Expansion and includes my three Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery Products:

    READING PASSAGES AND COMPREHENSION WORKSHEETS:

    6 one-page reading passages and 6 comprehension worksheets covering:

    • America in the 1800s; The Louisiana Purchase
    • Lewis and Clark: Preparing the Corps of Discovery
    • Lewis and Clark: The Expedition
    • A Realization!
    • Sacagawea’s Early Life
    • Sacagawea on the Expedition

    LEWIS AND CLARK - CLASSROOM AND ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES:

    • Brainstorm – What Would You Bring?
    • Map Work: Louisiana Purchase; The Lewis and Clark Expedition
    • Job Application: Explorer
    • Simon Says: Learn to Read a Compass!
    • Go On an Expedition!
    • Writing Prompt
    • Map Your Room
    • Coloring Pages
    • Graphic Organizers

    LEWIS AND CLARK - BINGO REVIEW GAME:

    The words in this BINGO set relate to the topic of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and make the perfect review for the 6 reading passages: 1803; 45 Degrees Below Zero; Camp Wood, Missouri; Cartographer; Charles Floyd; Corps of Discovery; Forts; France; Horses; Louisiana Purchase; Meriwether Lewis; Missouri River; Mouth of Columbus River; Napoleon Bonaparte; Pacific Ocean; Pomp; Sacagawea; Shoshone; Soil, Minerals, and Plants; Thomas Jefferson; Toussaint Charbonneau; Wampum and Beads; Western Expansion; William Clark

    NATIVE AMERICAN CHIEFS – THE TRAIL OF TEARS; THE LONG WALK

    The Indian Removal Act, the Trail of Tears and the Long Walk were tragic events concerning the forced removal of Native Americans from their sacred land to reservations. The Job of Native American Chief is covered, as is Tribal War Paint.

    READING PASSAGES AND COMPREHENSION WORKSHEETS:

    5 reading passages and 5 comprehension worksheets covering the following topics:

    • Native Americans and the Indian Removal Act
    • The Trail of Tears
    • The Long Walk
    • The Native American Chief
    • War Makeup

    NATIVE AMERICAN CHIEFS - CLASSROOM AND ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES:

    • Venn-Diagram
    • Job Application – Native American Chief
    • Mock Relocation
    • Choose Native American Names
    • Apply Indian War Makeup
    • True/False Review Game
    • Coloring Pages
    • Native American Story Scroll
    • Graphic Organizers

    NATIVE AMERICAN CHIEFS - BINGO REVIEW GAME:

    The words in this BINGO set relate to the topic of Native American Chiefs, the Trail of Tears, and the Long Walk, and make the perfect review for the 5 reading passages: 1838; 1864; Almost 4, 000; Andrew Jackson; Arrows, Fire and Lightning; Bosque-Redondo; Cherokees; Chief; Indians; Indian Removal Act; Kit Carson; Martin Van Buren; Minerals, Clay and Plants; Mississippi; Navajo Nation; Oklahoma; Red; Reservation; Starvation and Exposure; Sub-Chiefs; The Long Walk; Trail of Tears; War Paint; Water and Firewood

    FRONTIERSMEN, DAVY CROCKETT and the ALAMO

    In the early part of the 1800s, land west of the Mississippi River was complete wilderness. This land consisted of rivers, mountains, forests and prairies and was occupied by Native Americans and wild animals. The frontier was the name given to the wild and unfamiliar land that lay west of civilized America. Davy Crockett was a Frontiersman and was present at the 1836 Battle of the Alamo.

    READING PASSAGES AND COMPREHENSION WORKSHEETS:

    6 reading passages and 6 comprehension worksheets covering the following topics:

    • The Frontier, Frontiersmen and Pioneers
    • Davy Crockett – Early Life
    • Davy Crockett: Congressman and Revolutionary
    • Texas Independence from Mexico
    • The Alamo
    • Remember the Alamo!

    FRONTIERSMEN - CLASSROOM AND ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES:

    • Job Application: Frontiersman
    • Black Bear Safety
    • Texas Declaration of Independence Group Activity
    • Sugar Cube Alamo
    • Frontiersman Coloring Pages
    • Non-Fiction Graphic Organizers

    FRONTIERSMEN - BINGO REVIEW GAME:

    The words in this BINGO set relate to the topic of Frontiersmen, Davy Crockett, and the Alamo, and make the perfect review for the 6 reading passages: About 200, The Alamo, Bears, Congressman, Davy Crockett, Delegates, Frontiersmen, Grievances, Hunt, Trap and Trade, Log Cabin, March 6, 1836, Mexico, A Mission, Red Sticks, Sam Houston, San Antonio, San Jacinto, Santa Anna, Susanna Dickinson, Tejanos, Tennessee, Texas, Wilderness, William Travis

    THE CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH

    When gold was discovered in California in 1848, it didn’t take long for hopeful men (and some women) to begin heading west, expecting to strike it rich. “Wild, Wild West Careers: Gold Miners” covers the life of a gold miner and how the Gold Rush changed California and contributed to westward expansion.

    READING PASSAGES AND COMPREHENSION WORKSHEETS:

    8 reading passages and 8 comprehension worksheets covering the following topics:

    • Discovery of Gold at Sutter’s Mill
    • The California Gold Rush
    • Camps and Claims
    • Staking a Claim - Jumping a Claim
    • The Daily Life of a Miner
    • Methods of Mining Gold
    • Merchants During the Gold Rush
    • Lasting Impact of the Gold Rush

    THE CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH - CLASSROOM AND ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES:

    • Job Application: Gold Miner
    • Create a Newspaper
    • Review Worksheet and Teacher's Key
    • Creative Writing Activities: Sutter and Marshall – How Did Their Stories End?
    • California Mining Town Creative Writing Activity
    • Two Coloring Pages
    • Play Review Game – True/False
    • Analyze Words to “Clementine”
    • Examine Other Gold Rush Songs
    • Graphic Organizers

    THE CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH - BINGO REVIEW GAME:

    The words in this BINGO set relate to the topic of the California Gold Rush, and make the perfect review for the 8 reading passages: 1849; John Sutter; James Marshall; California; Merchants; Panning; Stake a Claim; Prospectors; Gold Fever; Hard Rock Mining; Sutter’s Mill; Long Tom; Meat and Beans; Drinking and Gambling; Roads and Railroads; Shovels, Pickaxes, Pans; Claim-Jumping; Cradle; Mexico, Asia, Europe; Over Land and By Ship; Risks of Travel; Wells-Fargo; Mining Camps; Hydraulic Mining

    PONY EXPRESS, TELEGRAPH, AND THE WILD WEST SHOW

    Imagine living thousands of miles away from your family with no easy way of communicating. Suppose there are no phones, no internet and no regular mail delivery. News of important events might take weeks or months to reach your loved ones. This is what life was like for people living apart from their families in the 1800s. The Pony Express and the Telegraph were two attempts to deal with the communication dilemma. Showman Buffalo Bill Cody started out as a pony express rider and his career is examined in this lesson plan as well.

    READING PASSAGES AND COMPREHENSION WORKSHEETS:

    8 reading passages and 8 comprehension worksheets covering the following topics:

    • The 1800s: Life in the West
    • The Pony Express
    • The Telegraph is Here!
    • The Telegraph Lines
    • Buffalo Bill Cody
    • Buffalo Bill and his Wild West Show
    • Annie Oakley
    • Little Sure Shot

    PONY EXPRESS AND TELEGRAPH - CLASSROOM AND ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES:

    • Create a Pony Express Rider Ad
    • Complete Job Application
    • Be A Translator! – Morse Code Activities
    • Take the Pony Express Oath!
    • Pony Express Relay Race
    • Create a Stamp!
    • Pony Express Activity Suggestions
    • Examine the Pony Express Route
    • Coloring Pages
    • Graphic Organizers

    PONY EXPRESS AND TELEGRAPH - BINGO REVIEW GAME:

    The words in this BINGO set relate to the topic of the Pony Express and the Telegraph, and make the perfect review for the 8 reading passages: 120 Pounds; 1860-1861; 18 Months; $25 a Week; Annie Oakley; Buffalo Bill Cody; Dots and Dashes; Little Sure Shot; Mochilas; Ned Buntine; Oath; Orphan; Pony Express; Sacramento, California; Samuel Morse; Sharpshooter; Sitting Bull; St. Joseph, Missouri; Telegraph; Ten Miles; Washington and Baltimore; Way Station; Wild West Show; William Russell

    HOMESTEADERS and WAGON TRAINS

    At the beginning of the 1800s, America doubled its size when the United States purchased the Louisiana Territory from France. But, buying land alone doesn’t make a country grow: the land needs people. How does a government build a population? In this lesson, students will learn about the Homestead Act and the pioneers who headed west to help grow America!

    READING PASSAGES AND COMPREHENSION WORKSHEETS:

    5 one- or two-page reading passages and 5 comprehension worksheets covering the following topics:

    • Increasing the Population; The Homesteader Act
    • Homesteaders and the Emigrant Trails
    • Homesteaders and Covered Wagons
    • Wagon Trains
    • Tragedy on the Journey: The Donner Party

    HOMESTEADERS & WAGON TRAINS - CLASSROOM & ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES:

    • Create an Ad for Free Land
    • Complete Job Application: Homesteader
    • Plan a Pioneer’s Trip
    • How Big is a Covered Wagon?
    • Homesteaders: Review Worksheet
    • Review Game – True/False
    • Make a Sod House
    • Coloring Page – Pioneers Heading West
    • Moving: Then and Now
    • Primary Source Image: Examine Picture of a Sod House
    • Homestead Activity Suggestions
    • Writing Prompt
    • Graphic Organizers

    HOMESTEADERS AND WAGON TRAINS - BINGO REVIEW GAME:

    The words in this BINGO set relate to the topic of the Homesteaders and Wagon Trains, and make the perfect review for the 5 reading passages: 10 to 15 Miles a Day; 160 Acres; Axle; Bonnet; Children and the Elderly; Cholera; Dangers on the Trail; Donner Party; Drowning; Emigrant Trails; Fords; Four Feet by Ten Feet; Hastings Trail; Homestead Act; Infrastructure; Log Cabin; Oregon Trail; Oxen; Prairie Schooner; Springtime; Starvation and Exposure; The Emigrant’s Guide; Trail Guides; Wagon Train

    COWBOYS OF THE OLD WEST

    Cowboys have been depicted in movies and television for decades – portraying their lives as non-stop adventures in the Wild West. In reality a cowboy’s life was filled with hard work, difficult conditions, and many mundane days.

    READING PASSAGES AND COMPREHENSION WORKSHEETS:

    9 reading passages and 9 comprehension worksheets covering the following topics:

    • Cowboys in the 1800s
    • Cows and Cattle
    • The Cattle Drive: Trails, Bosses and Responsibilities
    • Hazards and Dangers on the Trail
    • Branding the Cattle
    • Cowboy Clothes
    • Cookie and Food
    • Chuckwagon
    • End of a Cattle Drive

    COWBOYS OF THE OLD WEST - CLASSROOM AND ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES:

    • Job Application: Cowboy
    • Create a Code to Live By!
    • Analyze Cowboy Songs
    • Name Your Ranch and Create a Brand
    • Make Some Cowboy Food!
    • Cowboy Jokes
    • Listen to Other Cowboy Songs
    • Tie Some Knots
    • Coloring Pages
    • Graphic Organizers

    COWBOYS OF THE OLD WEST - BINGO REVIEW GAME:

    The words in this BINGO set relate to the topic of the Cowboys of the Old West, and make the perfect review for the 9 reading passages: Lariat, Cattle, Knots, Branding, Bandana, Cowboy Hat, Lasso, Cattle Drive, Dogie, Cookie, Stampede, Texas Longhorn, Cowhands, Remuda, Vaqueros, Rustlers, Maverick, Chuckwagon, Roundup, Range, Trail Boss, Wrangler, Drag, and Spur

    OUTLAWS AND LAWMEN

    In the early days of western settlement, towns had small populations and law enforcement was almost non-existent. In most communities, this was not a problem. However, there were exceptions: it was not unusual for a small mining camp to turn into an unruly settlement and an unruly settlement to become a lawless town. It was an era known for stagecoach and bank robberies; gunfights and cattle rustling.

    READING PASSAGES AND COMPREHENSION WORKSHEETS:

    14 one- and two-page reading passages and 14 comprehension worksheets
    covering the following topics:

    • The Crimes; The Outlaws
    • The Lawmen of the Old West
    • Billy, the Kid
    • Billy the Kid – A Young Outlaw
    • The James-Younger Gang
    • The Decline of the James-Younger Gang
    • Robert Leroy Parker and Harry Alonzo Longabaugh
    • Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    • A Female Outlaw
    • Belle Starr
    • Wild Bill Hickok
    • Bass Reeves
    • Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday
    • The Shootout at the O.K. Corral

    OUTLAWS AND LAWMEN - CLASSROOM AND ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES:

    • Job Application – Town Marshal
    • Create a Wanted Poster!
    • Outlaw Slang
    • Venn-Diagram
    • Coloring Pages
    • Mad Libs
    • Outlaws vs. Marshals (Capture the Flag)
    • Non-Fiction Graphic Organizers

    OUTLAWS AND LAWMEN - BINGO REVIEW GAME:

    The words in this BINGO set relate to the topic of the Outlaws and Lawmen of the Old West, and make the perfect review for the 14 reading passages: Alias; Bandit Queen; Bass Reeves; Belle Starr; Billy the Kid; Butch Cassidy; Deadwood, South Dakota; Deputy; Dime Novel; Doc Holliday; The Earps; Express Car; Guerrillas; The James Brothers; Notoriety; O.K. Corral; Outlaw; Posse; The Sundance Kid; Tombstone, Arizona; Town Marshal; U.S. Marshal; The Wild Bunch; The Younger Brothers

    EARLY AMERICAN PIONEERS

    The terms ‘homesteader’ and ‘pioneer’ are often used interchangeably. In the “Wild West Careers” lesson plans ‘homesteader’ refers to those settlers traveling west to claim a homestead; the term ‘pioneer’ refers to those who have actually settled on the frontier. Life as a pioneer was very demanding with many factors contributing to the hardships and dangers they faced.

    READING PASSAGES AND COMPREHENSION WORKSHEETS:

    8 Reading Passages and 8 Comprehension Worksheets covering the following topics:

    • The Homestead Act
    • Sod Homes and Log Cabins
    • Pioneer Dangers and Hardships: Weather
    • Dangers and Hardships: Insects and Disease
    • Pioneers: Life and Chores on the Prairie
    • A Demanding Life
    • Pioneer Schools
    • Teachers: Schoolmasters and Schoolmistresses; Rules for Teachers – 1800s

    EARLY AMERICAN PIONEERS - CLASSROOM AND ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES:

    • Job Application
    • Make Butter!
    • Try Some Pioneer Games!
    • Compare School Eras
    • Play True/False Review Game
    • Wash Some Clothes – The Old Fashioned Way!
    • Analyze Some Pioneer Songs!
    • Have a Spelling Bee!
    • Memorize Some Poetry!
    • Coloring Pages
    • Graphic Organizers

    EARLY AMERICAN PIONEERS - BINGO REVIEW GAME:

    The words in this BINGO set relate to the topic of the Early American Pioneers, and make the perfect review for the 8 reading passages: Bugs, Snakes and Mice; Chores of Pioneer Boys; Chores of Pioneer Girls; Common Pioneer Illnesses; Copybooks; Courting; Drought; Dunce Cap; Gristmill; Herbs, Roots and Tea; The Homestead Act; Locusts; Log Cabins; Malaria; One Room Schoolhouse; Pioneer School Subjects; Primer; Rocky Mountain Grasshoppers; Rote; Sod; Schoolmaster; Schoolmistress; Schoolhouse Blizzard; Smoking and Salting

    TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILROAD

    The building of the Transcontinental Railroad was an important part of American history. Beginning in 1863, workers on the Central Pacific Railroad and Union Pacific Railroad began work on what many would consider to be a remarkable achievement in engineering.

    READING PASSAGES AND COMPREHENSION WORKSHEETS:

    9 reading passages and 9 comprehension worksheets covering the following topics:

    • East Coast to West Coast
    • The Central Pacific Railroad
    • The Union Pacific Railroad
    • All in a Day’s Work
    • Life on the Job
    • Who Were the Workers? Central Pacific Railroad
    • Who Were the Workers? Union Pacific Railroad
    • Promontory Summit
    • Interesting Facts About the Transcontinental Railroad

    TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILROAD - CLASSROOM AND ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES:

    • Race to Build the Transcontinental Railroad!
    • Job Application – Transcontinental Railroad Worker
    • Review Game: True or False?
    • Coloring Page
    • Gold Spike Craft
    • Transcontinental Railroad Activity Suggestions
    • Map the Route!
    • Create a Newspaper!
    • Non-Fiction Graphic Organizers

    TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILROAD - BINGO REVIEW GAME:

    The words in this BINGO set relate to the topic of the The Transcontinental Railroad, and make the perfect review for the 9 reading passages: Abraham Lincoln; Base Camps; Brigham Young; Central Pacific Railroad; Chinese Immigrants; Explosives; Gauge; Irish Immigrants; Iron Horse; May 10, 1869; Mormons; Promontory Summit; Railroad Ties; Roadbed; Sierra Nevada Mountains; Snow Sheds; Soldiers and Former Slaves; Standardize Time; Surveyor; Terminus; The Big Four; Theodore Judah; Union Pacific Railroad; Utah

    U.S. CAVALRY AND THE INDIAN WARS

    In the early 1800s, the United States government began forcing many Native American Tribes from their ancestral homeland to land set aside west of the Mississippi River. This product covers the Indian Wars in the late 1800s, and the Government’s efforts on moving Native Americans in the western states to government-controlled reservations.

    READING PASSAGES AND COMPREHENSION WORKSHEETS:

    9 reading passages and 9 comprehension worksheets covering the following topics:

    • Background; Treaties and Policies
    • The Cavalry: 7th, 9th, and 10th Cavalry; Buffalo Soldiers
    • George Custer and Sitting Bull
    • The Battle of the Little Bighorn or Custer’s Last Stand
    • Following the Battle of Little Bighorn
    • Geronimo the Fighter; Geronimo – Prisoner of War
    • Chief Joseph
    • The Buffalo Policy
    • Reservations; Ghost Dance; Wounded Knee

    U.S. CAVALRY & THE INDIAN WARS - CLASSROOM & ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES:

    • Job Application – U.S. Cavalry
    • Battle of the Little Bighorn – Search and Find Map Work
    • Read Chief Joseph’s Speech
    • Buffalo-Use Collage
    • True/False Review Game
    • Complete a Timeline!
    • Cook and Eat Some Tribal Food!
    • Coloring Page!
    • Writing Prompt!
    • Graphic Organizers

    U.S. CAVALRY & THE INDIAN WARS - BINGO REVIEW GAME:

    The words in this BINGO set relate to the topic of the U.S Cavalry and the Indian Wars, and make the perfect review for the 9 reading passages: 1904 World’s Fair; 30 to 60 Million; Bear Paw Mountain; Benteen and Reno; Big Foot; Black Coyote; Black Hills; Buffalo; Buffalo Soldiers; Campaign; Cavalry; Chief Joseph; Demerit; George Custer; Geronimo; Ghost Dance; Little Bighorn; Nelson Miles; Reservation; Sitting Bull; Treaty; White Man’s Bullets; Wounded Knee; Wovoka

    PLEASE NOTE: The following reading passages appear in more than one product:

    “Sod Homes and Log Cabins” appears in:

    Homesteaders and Wagon Trains

    Early American Pioneer

    A portion of “The Homestead Act” appears in”

    Homesteaders and Wagon Trains

    Early American Pioneer

    MANY OF THE NON-FICTION GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS ARE DUPLICATED BETWEEN LESSONS. I have adjusted the page count to account for the duplicate pages:)

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