Bringing history alive is so important and so much fun! In our classroom, we bring the American Revolution to the present day by putting the Sons of Liberty and the British Red Coats on trial during our classroom 'Mock Trials.' You'll love this project - it's just so amazing to see your students living out the history they've learned in their text books!
Studying the American Revolution? These fluency passages are an excellent review of social studies content while practicing fluency with older kids! There are 3 different passages and 5 unique review questions with each fluency passage. If you like these, check out my other American Revolution products!
interactive pages cover the Revolutionary War. There are specific interactive pages along with generic templates for any person, event or battle you may be studying with the Revolutionary War. The emphasis of the interactive pages are the causes, events, people, and results of the American Revolution.
Looking for fun, hands on ways to teach the next generation science standards? Looking for a way to integrate science, engineering and social studies? Try out a STEM challenge!This American Revolution STEM challenge has students building catapults that can launch a "cannon" the farthest!The unit includes:Challenge prompt pageChallenge rulesTeacher tipsEngineering process poster Catapult research pages Engineering design process organizer (2 choices)Catapult data recording sheetsLine plot…