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Anchor chart for 13 Colonies: Great for middle school teachers, elementary school teachers and high school teachers when it comes to teaching US History.

Students will learn and research about the 13 colonies. Graphic organizers will help students organize information that they learn about the New England Colonies, Middle Colonies, and Southern Colonies. Maps are provided for students to identify where the thirteen colonies are located. Vocabulary picture cards will help students have a better understanding of the new information learned. Students will learn about Colonial life and how it was an important part of U.S. history.

Thirteen Colonies - New England, Middle, Southern Colonies and Colonial Life

Students will learn and research about the 13 colonies. Graphic organizers will help students organize information that they learn about the New England Colonies, Middle Colonies, and Southern Colonies. Maps are provided for students to identify where the

13 Colonies

13 Colonies by Mrs. Sharbs, via Slideshare. This is a slideshow of the 13 colonies. It shows the division of the New England, Middle, and South Colonies. The slideshow also gives a description of each colony.

Students will learn and research about the 13 colonies. Graphic organizers will help students organize information that they learn about the New England Colonies, Middle Colonies, and Southern Colonies. Maps are provided for students to identify where the thirteen colonies are located. Vocabulary picture cards will help students have a better understanding of the new information learned. Students will learn about Colonial life and how it was an important part of U.S. history.

Students will learn and research about the 13 colonies. Graphic organizers will help students organize information that they learn about the New England Colonies, Middle Colonies, and Southern Colonies. Maps are provided for students to identify where the thirteen colonies are located. Vocabulary picture cards will help students have a better understanding of the new information learned. Students will learn about Colonial life and how it was an important part of U.S. history.

13 Colonies Activity: These 13 colonies cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the original 13 colonies. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included. These Cootie Catchers contain the following: 1. Students identify the colony from the description:: Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire,

The Thirteen Colonies Activity (Colonial America Unit)

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.

13 Colonies - 13 Colonies Project - Commercial Skit and Advertisement - A great final project when studying Colonial America. Students choose one of the 13 colonies to research and then they are responsible for creating a commercial skit and advertisement persuading Europeans to move there!

13 Colonies Project to create a Commercial Skit and Advertisement convincing settlers to move to your new colony! Students LOVE this 13 Colonies Project! Students choose one of the 13 colonies to research and then they are responsible for

The 13 Colonies! US History Interactive Notebook Series teaching resource

13 Colonies Interactive Notebook

The 13 Colonies! US History Interactive Notebook Series teaching resource --- could take this idea and turn it into an interactive bulletin board for class

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.

Math, Science, Social Studies......Oh, my!: Foldable Friday: 13 Colonies

We started out by labeling a map. We colored each of the regions a different color, added a key and then labeled each of the colonies.

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