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Colonial America Graphic Organizers

This Colonies Lap Book contains interactive organizers which may be glued onto a file folder to from a lap book, added to interactive notebooks, or used individually. Do something similar for science unit.

Awesome interactive lessons and activities about colonial America!

This interactive website would allow the student to explore a settlement and learn about different aspects that they found interesting. This would help the students to get interested in their school work and to find connections to history.

These FREE foldable Colonial America graphic organizers will be a hit with your students.

Colonial America Graphic Organizers

These foldable Colonial America graphic organizers will be a hit with students. They will help students organize the content they are presented.

Colonial America Daily Life Interactive Notebook, Mini Book, Writing Activity, and Bulletin Board. What a fun way to learn about Colonial America!

13 Colonies Interactive Notebook and Mini Unit - Colonial Life

Colonial America Daily Life Interactive Notebook, Mini Book, Writing Activity, and Bulletin Board. What a fun way to learn about Colonial America!

5 Easy Colonial America Map Activities for Kids

5 Easy Colonial America Map Activities for Kids

These cootie catchers/ fortune tellers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the original 13 colonies. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.

The Thirteen Colonies (Colonial America Activity)

FREE American Girl Unit Studies- American History from fieldsofdaisies.com

Colonial America: American Girl Felicity- FREE Unit Study, Complete daily lesson plans for all subjects

Great Colonial America Projects You Can Build Yourself! (Build It Yourself series)

By Kris Bordessa Great Colonial America Projects You Can Build Yourself introduces readers ages to colonial America through hands-on building projects.

Here's a short reading on the Jamestown colony and related question sheet.

Use short readings like this as historical investigation sources. Have the kids fact check these sources and write up/present their findings.

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