Welcome to the American Revolution!
You travel back in time to 1775, where the minutemen are alerted the British are on their way. A shot is fired, but you don’t know which side fired first. Eight colonists are killed in battle, and the British continue into Concord.
PBL Activities (Problem Based Learning | Project Based Learning)
Students will create their very own PBL booklet. PBL activities utilize creative learning and real-world problem-solving strategies!
Students use mapping skills as well as knowledge of simple machines to build tools!
US History Interactive PowerPoints!
5th grade students love these interactive notebooks for our Social Studies / Early United States History curriculum. This resource is actually aligned with the US History Interactive PowerPoint Bundle.I would highly recommend using these interactive PowerPoints along with the notebooks but it is optional. The notebooks are a stand-alone resource. Materials include: Interactive notebook covers for each of the 7 units, reading passages, answer keys, critical thinking and analysis questions, flaps, foldables, timelines, graphic organizers, and more.
Do you have any creative activities that you do with your students while teaching United States history? Share in the comments section below!