Introduce the events that lead to the American Revolution with interactive notebooks and flippables! This activity focuses on the three acts, Sugar Act, Stamp Act, and Townshend Acts with a specific focus on the colonial response. 1. A two page reading on the three acts in both an 1100 and 860 Lexile Level 2. Audio readings for struggling learners 3. Three flippables, one for each act 4. One left side processing activity 5. A video explaining the set up 6. A PowerPoint explaining the set up

Leading to the American Revolution: Interactive Notebook and Flippable Activity

The British started to tax the colonies starting with the Sugar Act on April it put a import tax on several products including tea and harsh punishment on smuglers

Students will learn the order of events and factors that led to the American Revolution including: The French and Indian War The Sugar Act The Stamp Act The Quartering Act The Townshend Acts The Boston Massacre The Boston Tea Party The Intolerable Acts The First Continental Congress  Students can research major contributions of our founding fathers

American Revolution Project Flip book and Matching Activity

Students will learn the order of events and factors that led to the American Revolution including: The French and Indian War The Sugar Act The Stamp Act The Quartering Act The Townshend Acts The Boston Massacre The Boston Tea Party The Intolerable Acts The First Continental Congress Students can research major contributions of our founding fathers

The Townshend acts angered the colonists.  The Townshend Acts imposed duties on glass, lead, paints, paper and tea imported into the colonies.  These laws were imposed in 1767.  This angered the colonists so much that they later repealed all taxes but, they kept tea taxed.  The Americans thought that taxation was an abuse of power.  I'm glad this was repealed for the colonists sake.

The Townshend acts angered the colonists. The Townshend Acts imposed duties on glass, lead, paints, paper and tea imported into the colonies. These laws were imposed in This angered the colonists so much that they later repealed all taxes but, th

Samuel Adams was an American Patriot and one of the leaders of the Sons of Liberty. He encouraged people to boycott the Townshend acts. He urged his fellow colonists to be independant of Britain.

This is Samuel Adams.He was and American Patriot, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, courageous defender of liberty.Samuel Adams was also an American statesman, political philosopher, and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States.

Introduce the events that lead to the American Revolution with interactive notebooks and flippables! This activity focuses on the three acts, Sugar Act, Stamp Act, and Townshend Acts with a specific focus on the colonial response. Included you will find: 1. A two page reading on the three acts 2. Three flippables, one for each act 3. One left side processing activity 4. A video explaining the set up  5. A PPT describing how to set up the flippables

Leading to the American Revolution: Interactive Notebook and Flippable Activity

Introduce the events that lead to the American Revolution with interactive notebooks and flippables! This activity focuses on the three acts, Sugar Act, Stamp Act, and Townsend Acts with a specific focus on the colonial response - two page reading also

Steps to the Revolution (note-taking pages) Each footprint leads colonist to war.- could be used for steps to anything.

Steps to the American Revolution - Printable

Steps to the Revolution (note-taking pages) Each footprint leads colonist to war. **Adapt to use for WWI/WWII-possibly group learning idea**

Townshend's acts of 1767~ Passed by the British parliament to place taxes on imports such as glass, tea, paint, and paper brought into the colonies. http://teapavse.com/all-about-tea/

Townshend's acts of Passed by the British parliament to place taxes on imports such as glass, tea, paint, and paper brought into the colonies.Tea Act was an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain.

This site explains that th townshend acts existed between June 15 1767 to July 2, 1767. It is a series of four acts passed by British Parliament. They named the tax after Charles Townshend.

This site explains that th townshend acts existed between June 15 1767 to July It is a series of four acts passed by British Parliament. They named the tax after Charles Townshend.

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