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Trace the "Steps" to the American Revolution-- Could definitely be used for the Civil War unit or other units. One idea- assign each student an event to research. Have them copy their foot on a piece of paper and then use the feet to form a timeline. 6th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, Teaching History, Teaching Resources

Trace the "Steps" to the American Revolution | Activity | Education.com

Help your kid keep track of all the developments that led to the American Revolution, by portraying the steps visually and literally!

Lesson Deli--Using Thinking Maps to teach students about the American Revolution. Quick post by The Pensive Sloth on how to use a graphic organizer (Brace Map) to help students understand the Declaration of Independence. 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Student Teaching, Teaching Government, History Activities, Social Studies Notebook

Revolutionary Thinking Maps: The Declaration of Independence

I'm super excited to start the first of a series of posts on how I use Thinking Maps (graphic organizers) in my classroom to teach about the...

French and Indian War Doodle Notes 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Class Activities, Student Teaching, Teaching Tools

French and Indian War Doodle Notes and Digital Guided Notes

These French and Indian War doodle notes engage students while encouraging them to use both hemispheres of their brains for better retention and, of course, for more fun.What's included with the printed Doodle Notes:*Teacher directions (2 pages)*French and Indian War doodle notes with blanks for stu...

I started a series this summer on using Thinking Maps to teach about the American Revolution. I use thinking maps all the time to help students visually represent content. You can read the first pos 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Projects, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Resources, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, Teaching History, History Education, Virginia Studies

Revolutionary Thinking Maps: Causes of the American Revolution (Lesson Deli)

Revolutionary Thinking Maps: Causes of the American Revolution, a post from the blog Lesson Deli, written by The Lesson Deli on Bloglovin’

This awsome anchor chart integrates Social Studies and Language Arts by guiding student's writing. I particularly love these ideas on Shared Writing with the Founding Fathers writing the Declaration of Independence. 3rd Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, Teaching History, Student Teaching, History Activities

Shared Writing

I believe in doing alot of shared writing. Writer's Workshop is great and I use that too but for some third graders, WW time is HARD! The...

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States History Activities That Your Students Will Love! StudentSavvy: United States History Activities That Your Students Will Love!StudentSavvy: United States History Activities That Your Students Will Love! 6th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, History Education, Social Studies Projects

United States History Activities That Your Students Will Love!

Interactive US History Lessons that your 5th grade students will love!