Revolutionary War Basic Facts: when was it? who was involved? where was it? what was it? why did it happen?

Revolutionary War Basic Facts: when was it? who was involved? where was it? what was it? why did it happen?

Teach with Picture Books: Sit Down and Be Counted: Exploring the Civil Rights Movement with Picture Books

Teach with Picture Books: Sit Down and Be Counted: Exploring the Civil Rights Movement with Picture Books

study the american revolution by combining art and history - a review and a giveaway (ends 11/15/13)

Study the American Revolution by Combining Art and History

study the american revolution by combining art and history - a review and a giveaway (ends 11/15/13)

Summarizing after close reading about the American Revolution

Battle Spy Codes of the Revolutionary War

Summarizing after close reading about the American Revolution

Trace the "Steps" to the American Revolution-- Could definitely be used for the Civil War unit or other units. One idea- assign each student an event to research. Have them copy their foot on a piece of paper and then use the feet to form a timeline.

Trace the

Trace the "Steps" to the American Revolution-- Could definitely be used for the Civil War unit or other units. One idea- assign each student an event to research. Have them copy their foot on a piece of paper and then use the feet to form a timeline.

Bipolar diagnoses in children up 4000%! Watch The Full Program | The Medicated Child | FRONTLINE | PBS

The Medicated Child

Bipolar diagnoses in children up 4000%! Watch The Full Program | The Medicated Child | FRONTLINE | PBS

Students will color and doodle as they learn about the American Revolution (Revolutionary War or War for Independence). These graphic doodles notes summarize the events that led to the revolution, Tories v. Patriots, 2nd Continental Congress, advantages and disadvantages of the British and Americans, important British and American leaders, important battles, and the Treaty of Paris 1783. Great for use with your 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th grade classroom or homeschool students! $

American Revolution Doodle Notes

Students will color and doodle as they learn about the American Revolution (Revolutionary War or War for Independence). These graphic doodles notes summarize the events that led to the revolution, Tories v. Patriots, 2nd Continental Congress, advantages and disadvantages of the British and Americans, important British and American leaders, important battles, and the Treaty of Paris 1783. Great for use with your 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th grade classroom or homeschool students! $

Teaching in Room 6: Summarizing Non-Fiction Text....with a Comic Strip!

Summarizing Non-Fiction Text....with a Comic Strip!

Renaissance for Kids - Lots of interesting information all about the renaissance period

Renaissance for Kids - Lots of interesting information all about the renaissance period

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