History. The student understands political, economic, and social changes that occurred in the United States during the 19th century. The student is expected to:
Integrate reading, writing, and American history with a worksheet about the Boston Tea Party using the RACES writing strategy for text evidence.
Practice using the RACES writing strategy for text evidence with a Lewis and Clark Passage, graphic organizer, and worksheet.
Craft a chronological timeline for students to model the progression of events during the Industrial Revolution.
Practice using the RACES writing strategy and unravel the mysteries of the U.S. Government system of checks and balances with a passage, organizer, and prompt.
Uncover the causes of the American Civil War with an instructional slide deck.
Read, write, and discover facts about the women’s rights movement with a reading passage and comprehension worksheet pack.
Integrate reading, writing, and celebration of world cultures with differentiated paired passages comparing Halloween and Dia de los Muertos.
Build reading comprehension skills and knowledge of the New England, Southern, and Middle colonies with printable comprehension worksheets.
Provide your learners with an organized note-taking method with a Civil War note-taking template.
Read across the curriculum with a printable set of Civil War Reading Passages and accompanying question sets.
Practice close reading strategies, vocabulary, and writing skills with an Intolerable Acts worksheet and writing prompt.
Read and learn about the Causes of the American Civil War with a printable Civil War book for kids.
Integrate reading, writing, and American history with a differentiated comprehension passage and worksheet about Women’s Suffrage.
Build academic vocabulary skills with an illustrated Industrial Revolution vocabulary word wall.
Summarize a unit of study on the Lewis and Clark expedition with a who, what, where, when, and why graphic organizer.
Blend reading, writing, and history concepts surrounding the Industrial Revolution with a constructed response worksheet and graphic organizer.
Discover the causes of the American Revolution with a Road to Revolution Flipbook.
Teach your students how to write a good constructed response and integrate grade level Social studies concepts with a Westward Expansion-based Constructed Response worksheet and graphic organizer.
Enhance your students' close reading strategies, vocabulary, and writing skills with a Westward Expansion reading passage and accompanying activities.
Build vocabulary and understanding of the French and Indian War with a cloze reading passage worksheet.
Provide your learners with an organized method of note-taking with a French and Indian War note-taking template.
Learn fun facts about Elizabeth Cady Stanton with a differentiated comprehension passage and assessment.
Combine literary plot diagrams and Social Studies standards with a French and Indian war story map worksheet.
Celebrate Presidents' Day and discover the accomplishments of Abraham Lincoln with a printable reading comprehension activity pack for 3rd grade and up.
Learn about the most influential female leaders during the Women’s Rights movement with an engaging instructional slide deck.
Review Revolutionary War vocabulary with a crossword puzzle.
Create a graphic summary of the French and Indian War with a brochure template.
Discover the causes of the American Revolution with a group of Revolutionary War graphic organizers.
Build academic vocabulary skills with an illustrated Civil War vocabulary word wall.
Learn about the Women’s Rights movement with a Women’s Suffrage Flip Book.
Discover life in a Northeast Woodland Native American tribe with a printable mini-book.
Review and record key vocabulary surrounding the women's rights movement with a group of customizable vocabulary templates.