Compare and contrast the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies with a Venn diagram graphic organizer.
Create a visual representation of the characteristics of the New England colonies with an image board worksheet.
Create a visual representation of the characteristics of the Middle colonies with an image board worksheet.
Locate and identify the 13 original colonies of the United States with a map labeling worksheet.
Discover the causes of the American Revolution with a group of Revolutionary War graphic organizers.
Review vocabulary and terminology related to Colonial America with a word search activity.
Organize your students’ thoughts and knowledge of the original thirteen colonies with a graphic organizer.
Build understanding of Colonial America with a labeled 13 colonies map.
Build understanding of Colonial America with a blank 13 colonies map.
Guide your students on a trip through American history with an instructional slide deck depicting life in the New England Colonies.
Review French and Indian War vocabulary with a crossword puzzle.
Provide your learners with an organized method of note-taking with a French and Indian War note-taking template.
Combine literary plot diagrams and Social Studies standards with a French and Indian war story map worksheet.
Create a graphic summary of the French and Indian War with a brochure template.
Build academic vocabulary skills with a French and Indian War word search.
Build vocabulary and understanding of the French and Indian War with a cloze reading passage worksheet.
Reveal another chapter in American History with a reading passage and graphic organizer worksheet on the French and Indian War.
Review Colonial America vocabulary with a crossword puzzle.
Integrate Reading and Social Studies content with a set of Boston Massacre worksheets.
Practice close reading strategies, vocabulary, and writing skills with an Intolerable Acts worksheet and writing prompt.
Enhance your students' close reading strategies, vocabulary, and writing skills with a Boston Tea Party reading passage and accompanying activities.
Learn facts about the Boston Massacre with an informational reading passage and an informational writing prompt for fourth grade.
Integrate reading, writing, and American history with a constructed response worksheet about Paul Revere and the American Revolution.
Provide your students a 13 colonies project to end your unit on American colonization.
A mini-book about a Founding Father is the perfect tool for your students to use when learning about Alexander Hamilton.
A vocabulary task that encourages students to use the language associated with Independence Day.
Display this timeline when learning about significant events leading up to America's independence.
A comprehension task that encourages students to reflect on specific quotes from the Declaration of Independence.
A comprehension task that encourages students to apply a range of reading strategies when discovering interesting facts about Independence Day.