Classroom Freebies: Role Playing with the American Revolution Freebies!

Role Playing with the American Revolution Freebies!

Role Playing with the American Revolution (FREEBIES INCLUDED)! A super fun, hands-on activity for students to understand taxation without representation! - Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

"Too Late to Apologize--A Declaration."  If I'd known this video existed, I wouldn't have spent an hour this afternoon trying to explain the Declaration of Independence!  I'm pretty sure that's Mr. Jefferson on the violin, too.

American Revolution - "Too Late to Apologize--A Declaration." If I'd known this video existed, I wouldn't have spent an hour this afternoon trying to explain the Declaration of Independence! I'm pretty sure that's Mr. Jefferson on the violin, too.

Homeschool Helper Online's American Revolution Unit Study - lots of free lesson plans and lapbooks on American topics

Free History Resources

In this American Revolution activity, students will gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the difficult choices that American colonists made in the years leading up to the American Revolution. $ They'll find out if they are a Tory or a Patriot. This 45 page resource is great for your 8th, 9th, 10th, or 11th grade students! $

Are You a Tory or a Patriot? An American Revolution Activity

Terrific website where students can learn facts, get ideas for activities, and take interactive quizzes on the American Revolution.

US website where students can learn facts, get ideas for activities, and take interactive quizzes on the American Revolution. This picture, for instance, shows a timeline of significant events leading up to and during the Revolution.

Free Causes of the American Revolution Foldable; Interactive Notebook

I use this in conjunction with an article on the Causes of the American Revolution that I offer in my TPT store. Depending on the age, students can come up with the details or you can print for them and have them put in their notebook for reference.

a FREE activity to make social studies more interactive and fun!

During the American Revolution the patriots were mad at all the unfair taxes Britain was putting on them and they protested with the famous words "Taxation without representation" and that played a major roe in the declaration of independence.

Hands-On History: American Revolution Activities @Education Possible

Hands-On History: American Revolution Activities

As often as I can, I incorporate hands-on projects into our history studies, like these silhouette and letter writing activities.

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