Organize your students’ thoughts and knowledge of the original thirteen colonies with a graphic organizer.
Review French and Indian War vocabulary with a crossword puzzle.
Combine literary plot diagrams and Social Studies standards with a French and Indian war story map worksheet.
Increase vocabulary and build background knowledge about Patriot Day (September 11th) with a set of vocabulary word wall cards and writing worksheets.
Identify symbols associated with patriotic holidays with this Bingo game.
Integrate Reading and Social Studies content with a set of Boston Massacre worksheets.
Start a great discussion and show students how technology and society have changed over the years by matching historical images with their modern counterparts.
Practice close reading strategies, vocabulary, and writing skills with an Intolerable Acts worksheet and writing prompt.
Review the vocabulary and concepts surrounding the Columbus Day holiday with this fun ABC Order Worksheet.
Read, write, and draw to learn about Patriot Day with a printable mini-book.
Enhance your students' close reading strategies, vocabulary, and writing skills with a Boston Tea Party reading passage and accompanying activities.
Learn about Martin Luther King, Jr. with a printable book for kindergarten and first-grade students.
Read and write about George Washington Carver using the RACES strategy for constructed response paragraphs.
Practice using the RACES writing strategy and discover the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights with a passage, organizer, and prompt.
Learn facts about the Boston Massacre with an informational reading passage and an informational writing prompt for fourth grade.
Review vocabulary and terms surrounding the Presidents' Day holiday with an ABC Order Worksheet.
Use this passage, writing prompt, and worksheet to help students write a constructed response paragraph about Abigail Adams.
Discover the influence and positive character traits of Thurgood Marshall with a reading passage and RACES writing prompt for fourth grade.
Practice using the RACES writing strategy for text evidence with a Lewis and Clark Passage, graphic organizer, and worksheet.
Integrate reading, writing, and American history with a worksheet about the Boston Tea Party using the RACES writing strategy for text evidence.
Provide students with Social Studies and Writing instruction using the RACES strategy for constructed response paragraphs.
Learn facts about Benjamin Franklin with an informational reading and writing activity focusing on the constructed response format.
Use this passage, second grade writing prompt, and worksheet to help students write a constructed response paragraph about Amelia Earhart.
Use our constructed response writing prompts for fourth grade to learn about the fearless Women’s Air Force Service Pilots (WASPs).
Use this biographical constructed response worksheet to teach your students about Theodore Roosevelt.
Learn facts about Sojourner Truth with an informational reading passage and writing activity for third grade and up.
Discover the impact of the Navajo Code Talkers on the outcome of World War II with a cross-curricular constructed response worksheet.
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.
Use this nonfiction constructed response worksheet to teach your students about urbanization.
Practice and review concepts associated with the Lewis and Clark Expedition using a cloze passage.
Practice and review vocabulary associated with the Lewis and Clark Expedition using a crossword puzzle.