This product is a Manifest Destiny 3 part sort I have used in my class and it's a good check for understanding over territorial expansion of the U.S.
1. Students first sort territories onto the map
2. Then students match significance with the
Handout created to address the following TEKS:
TEKS: 8.3 A Explain the reasons and importance of representative government during the colonial period
Students can work alone or in pairs but each section is meant to focus on the students learning
This activity can either be completed as an individual CUT AND PASTE or as a teacher Laminated SORT with P.E.G.S. extension.
This handout was made to provide students an opportunity to apply their knowledge of the three regions of the 13 colonies
Brochure Activity in which the student will sort words onto either side of the brochure indicating if they are Federalist or Anti-Federalist. The student will then also review the concept of Federalism and the Great Compromise. Good re-teach /
Mad Lib Hook Activity for the Age of Exploration.
1. Have students complete part 1 by themselves.
2. Partner students up to complete and fill in Mad-Lib then read out to each other
3. Use as a segway or hook activity to begin the discussion over
1. Student receives handout and word bank.
2. Either working alone or in partners the student will first sort the events into 4 major categories.
3. Once correct, they will sequence these categories in chronological order.
*Answer Key is included.
I created this mini - book to review the "99 problems" of the Civil War and slavery being the main one. The book matches up with the Creating America Series. The student will also review action and reaction while using multiple intelligences and
Played similar to the Heads Up Game
1. Pair students facing each other
2. Student who is guessing has the cards face down in front of them
3. Timer - 2 minutes
4. Student holds up card on forehead (so they cannot see the word)
5. Person across
This is a 10 question printable quiz over the inventions of the industrial revolution. The last question they must justify whether the railroad benefitted the North or the South. A good leading question into causes of the Civil War
*Please let me
Quick front to back (1 page) worksheet / notes over the Bill of Rights. You can use as straight notes, have the students find their own information using online resources or a textbook, or even have the students complete using a gallery walk. If you
This is a great back-up product whenever you are reviewing certain vocabulary words. The students will use certain page numbers to find people / places / or events that match up with the alphabet. They must also define. It's a fun to to learn how to
This activity should be completed following research over the 13 British Colonies in North America
1. Each student will pick / be assigned one of the 13 colonies
2. One the front they must use their knowledge of the region / geography of their