This 38 editable slide review of people and events in the American Revolution provides a variety of material in a challenging and engaging form. The students are provided the answer and have to come up with the question. This is a nice change if you are preparing your class for a test or if you want to use it as a preview to see what they already know.
This is a 9 slide PowerPoint which will help students understand the causes of the American Revolution and explain the differences between the British and colonial soldiers. I created this PowerPoint as the introductory lesson my English III students (el
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Discover the 13 Colonies Notebooking and Activity Unit
Zoller's Social Studies Podcasts focuses on England's thirteen original colonies in the new world. Specifically, this podcast discusses the Middle Colonies: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware.
Are you ready to integrate social studies into your literacy block? Try American History QUOTE OF THE WEEK! Each unit comes with 4 quote posters, a weekly student worksheet that practices 5 literacy skills per day), 4 task cards per quote, & ALL answer