Use these three templates to record notes or research project content on the life and contributions of Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and Sacagawea
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Since the removal of textbooks from most U.S. classrooms, it has become increasingly difficult to find materials that will aid students in learning the amazing history of our country. We are here to help you find those resources!
Explore the key figures related to the Lewis and Clark Expedition. With these research templates, students will be able to take notes or collect evidence as they read about Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and Sacagawea.
Each template featuresspace for an illustration, along with space for students to write information about that person. Spaces are provided for students to record information on the following concepts:
- Background Information
- Character Traits of a Good Citizen
- Contributions to the Lewis and Clark Expedition
- Effects of the historical figure’s involvement in the expedition.
Social Studies for Digital Learners!
This template is available in two easy to use formats. You can use the traditional print-and-complete method, or assign the Google Interactive version in Google Classroom! Either way, your students will have everything they need for that research project!
Use the dropdown menu beside the Download button to choose between the printable PDF and Google Slides Interactive version of the resource.
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