After Shays' Rebellion - Lesson Plan

This close reading lesson explores the aftermath of Shays' Rebellion using a letter from Benjamin Lincoln to George Washington.

We the People (almost):  Seven activities leading up to the Constitution

We the People (almost): Seven activities leading up to the Constitution

My most purchased product! Seven super activities on the time period leading up to the Constitution. Activities on Shay's Rebellion, The Articl.

Shays' Rebellion was an armed uprising that took place in Massachusetts from 1786 to 1787. The rebellion was named after Daniel Shays, a veteran of the Revolutionary War and one of the rebel leaders. The rebellion started on August 29, 1786. It was precipitated by several factors: financial difficulties brought about by a post-war economic depression, a credit squeeze caused by a lack of hard currency, and fiscally harsh government policies instituted in 1785 to solve the state's debt…

Today in History - August 1786 - Shays Rebellion - A rebellion of farmers in western Massachusetts led by Captain Daniel Shays a veteran of the Revolutionary War.

Today In History: 4000 Men Took Up Arms In Shay's Rebellion (1786)

Today In History: 4000 Men Took Up Arms In Shay's Rebellion (1786)

Shay's Rebellion. this interests me because they but a tombstone just in remembrance of the rebellion.

this interests me because they but a tombstone just in remembrance of the rebellion.

This 2 page reading and and fill in the blank worksheet features 2 word banks of 15 words each that students must understand and place into the correct space in the reading.  This makes for a great review of the Constitutional Convention, homework assignment, or preview before learning about the Constitution. The vocabulary includes the Virginia Plan, 3/5's Compromise, Great Compromise, Senate, James Madison, Federalist Papers, Northwest Ordinance, Shay's Rebellion, and more.

Constitution and Convention CLOZE Vocabulary Reading

This 2 page reading and and fill in the blank worksheet features 2 word banks of 15 words each that students must understand and place into the correct space in the reading.

Shays Rebellion

Shays Rebellion

Insurgents of Shays' Rebellion

Insurgents of Shays' Rebellion

Shays' Rebellion (1786-87) and the Constitution

Shays' Rebellion and the Constitution

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A quick overview of the event known as Shay's Rebellion. Perfect for students of the Social Studies, lifelong learners and the Cray Cray on the int.

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Our Country was founded on the blood of the Commoners, the wealthy elite including many of our Founders had NO concern for the Common People (Shays' Rebellio.

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