Learn about the important role that espionage and spying played during the Revolutionary War and George Washington’s role as one of our nation's first spymasters.

Learn about the important role that espionage and spying played during the Revolutionary War and George Washington’s role as one of our nation's first spymasters.

Breakout games are fun, but can take a lot of prep time and materials.   This digital breakout is all the challenge and fun with less hassle!   Students will need computers/laptops with internet access, and can do  the breakout individually or in small groups.  Use this as an  introduction to the American Revolution or as a fun way to review.  The breakout includes: Lexington Paul Revere the Declaration of Independence Boston Tea Party George Washington

The American Revolution - Digital Breakout

Breakout games are fun, but can take a lot of prep time and materials. This digital breakout is all the challenge and fun with less hassle! Students will need computers/laptops with internet access, and can do the breakout individually or in small groups. Use this as an introduction to the American Revolution or as a fun way to review. The breakout includes: Lexington Paul Revere the Declaration of Independence Boston Tea Party George Washington

Learn about the important role that espionage and spying played during the Revolutionary War and George Washington’s role as one of our nation's first spymasters.

Learn about the important role that espionage and spying played during the Revolutionary War and George Washington’s role as one of our nation's first spymasters.

This BrainPOP movie teaches the basics of the American Revolutionary War! Learn what began the Revolution, some major points during the war, and a victory for the colonists that was a turning point. Finally, find out how and when the war ended, and what George Washington had to do with it all. They don’t call him the father of his country for nothing!

This BrainPOP movie teaches the basics of the American Revolutionary War! Learn what began the Revolution, some major points during the war, and a victory for the colonists that was a turning point. Finally, find out how and when the war ended, and what George Washington had to do with it all. They don’t call him the father of his country for nothing!

George VS George {FREEBIE!}  Resources for teaching about the Revolutionary War using Historical Fiction

Exploring Historical Fiction

George VS George {FREEBIE!} Resources for teaching about the Revolutionary War using Historical Fiction

I've marked two of my FAVORITE products 1-1/2 off for today ONLY! Click the link in my profile to check them out and see all the other deals too!  Constellations and their history are so fun to dive into with students especially if they know any Greek Mythology (aka Percy Jackson) and  are something they can relate to so I combined the two to make my Constellation Math resource-Measuring Angles in the Stars! I also  the Revolutionary War and what better way to tie social studies into my…

I've marked two of my FAVORITE products 1-1/2 off for today ONLY! Click the link in my profile to check them out and see all the other deals too! Constellations and their history are so fun to dive into with students especially if they know any Greek Mythology (aka Percy Jackson) and are something they can relate to so I combined the two to make my Constellation Math resource-Measuring Angles in the Stars! I also the Revolutionary War and what better way to tie social studies into my…

Spy Techniques of the Revolutionary War · George Washington's Mount Vernon informational article for students

Spy Techniques of the Revolutionary War · George Washington's Mount Vernon informational article for students

Wow... just wow.  Flora Stewart was 117 years old when this photo was taken in New Hampshire in 1867.   That means she was born in 1750.  She saw this country founded and lived to see the Revolutionary War, the Civil War and the end of slavery.  She saw George Washington and Abraham Lincoln as Presidents.   And look at her: as regal as any Queen who ever reigned.

Wow... just wow. Flora Stewart was 117 years old when this photo was taken in New Hampshire in 1867. That means she was born in 1750. She saw this country founded and lived to see the Revolutionary War, the Civil War and the end of slavery. She saw George Washington and Abraham Lincoln as Presidents. And look at her: as regal as any Queen who ever reigned.

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