This reading passage is written for elementary students who benefit from modified texts in social studies. The biography of Paul Revere focuses only on the most important information about his legacy as a historical figure in U.S. History. Utilize this passage as a support for your unit on the American Revolution!This is the first of a series of passages about important people in U.S.
Paul Revere's Ride Reader's Theater Script (also known as The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere). Easy and fun way to practice fluency. Great for "after the test!" Reader's Theater Rubric included. More Than a Worksheet $
Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to color the picture of patriot Paul Revere. Did you know? On January 1, 1735, Paul Revere was born in Boston, Massachusetts. An American silversmith and eyeglass maker, this patriot is best known for his "midnight ride" on Aril 18, 1775. He rode his horse to Lexington to alert colonists that British troops were on the march. Revere was able to alert the other patriots so they would be prepared for the start of the American Revolution.