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Create a history flower. Put the topic in the center and all the facts about it on the petals. good for 2nd grade individual work

When I’m teaching the American Revolution, I jump out of bed everyday, and (after coffee), I can’t wait to get into my classroom. Teaching this pivotal time right at the dawn of the United States

Knock, Knock . . . Who’s (Not) There? | HumorOutcasts

Being married to a Brit has its ups and downs. They can be very touchy about the Fourth of July. They, for obvious reasons, are a bit stern about their loss and wish not to be reminded of it, unl…

Free Samples from I Survived the American Revolution, 1776 Book Unit

Lauren Tarshis writes the fifteenth book in her popular I Survived Series – I Survived the American Revolution. The series began with I Survived the Sinking of the Titanic, 1912 in 2010. Since then…

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Help your students do more than just learn facts & dates about the American Revolution. Help them bring to history to life with these engaging American Revolution activities. Your 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students will be drawn into history in a way that helps them truly understand it. Activities like timelines, interactive notebooks, historical writing & more will take your Revolutionary War lessons to the next level. #UpperElementary #AmericanRevolutionLessons #RevolutionaryWarActivities

Help your students learn and understand the Revolutionary War with engaging American Revolution activities that draw them into history.

The Female Food Riots of the American Revolution - New England Historical Society

Between 1776 and 1779, food shortages caused more than 30 food riots in the American colonies. Angry men and women accosted merchants who hoarded, overcharged or monopolized coffee, tea, sugar or flour. In Boston, East Hartford and Beverly, Mass., women led some of the food riots. They were trying to manage farms, families and shops […]

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