This map gives the students a glimpse of the major battles of the American Revolution in one place. On the side is a table that divides the North Phase from the South Phase in which the students place a check by the winner of the particular battle.
This is a great beginning of the year resource to both see what level of understanding your students are at and also a fantastic way to start talking about some concepts that you bring into a World History classroom every day.
PowerPoint Instructions about how to create a flipchart about the 13 colonies. This assignment breaks the colonies down into the New England colonies, the Middle colonies, and the Southern Colonies, and the students list the Natural Resources in
This assignment/project has the students create a recruiting poster to fight in the Crusades. They need to include who they are fighting for, who they are fighting against, where they are fighting, create a coat of arms, and have a catchy slogan.
This is a great assignment to get students to think about what is important to them and then to see if it can be so big that the country would make it into the 28th Amendment. This simple assignment can be turned into a bigger project if desired.
This is an extensive packet that covers all 7 Articles and all 27 Amendments of the Constitution. I have provided it as a Word document so you can adjust it to your state (It is written for OHIO). This 8-page document provides the students with an
Side 1: Map on which the students label the following Native American Regions: Northwest Coast, California, Southwest, Great Plains, Southeast, Eastern Woodlands, Plateau, Great Basin as well as fill in who was in Alaska and Hawaii