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American Revolution 1775 - 1783

Cooperative learning timelines on the American Revolution. Awesome activity for covering the lead up to the American Revolution!

Interactive American Revolution Timeline Project

Cooperative learning timelines on the American Revolution. Awesome activity for covering the lead up to the American Revolution!

Road to the Revolution Illustrated Timeline Project

Road to the Revolution Illustrated Timeline Project

This shows all the major events of the American Revolution. All of these were rebellions led be brave leaders to appose taxes and preserve their rights. If these courageous acts had not been done we might have lost the war and remained a colony. Source

The American Revolution!  Using cards as a timeline or a flip book to learn the story of the Revolutionary War.  Great for classroom or homeschool use!

The American Revolution! Using cards as a timeline or a flip book to learn the story of the Revolutionary War. Great for classroom or homeschool use!

This fantastic cooperative learning activity has your students sorting 10 key events that led up to the American Revolution!

Interactive American Revolution Timeline Project

This fantastic cooperative learning activity has your students sorting 10 key events that led up to the American Revolution!

American Revolution Activity: Review important history vocabulary words: including facts, causes, and battles with this fun word search.

American Revolution Word Search Puzzle

American Revolution Activity: Review important history vocabulary words: including facts, causes, and battles with this fun word search.

Causes of the American Revolution - Acts and Actions of the 13 American Colonies: Using our timeline layout, students will analyze and explain events and actions taken by the British, as well as reactions and actions taken by the colonists in response to British policy.

Causes of the American Revolution - Acts and Actions of the 13 American Colonies: Using our timeline layout, students will analyze and explain events and actions taken by the British, as well as reactions and actions taken by the colonists in response to British policy.

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