Your students will enjoy learning about the Daily Life in the 13 Colonies with this interactive packet. Now includes a DIGITAL VERSION for Google Classroom. The hands-on approach to learning through the components of this resource will surely help your students learn and understand the daily life of Colonial Americans!
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This resource includes both a printable version AND a digital version. The digital version is on Google Slides and is perfect for distance learning, independent work, centers, and more!
The hands-on, engaging packet has 4 components:
• Interactive Notebook Foldables: Printable concept maps for each region of the 13 Colonies. Each map has preprinted notes or you can choose the blank template if you wish your students to write their own notes.
• Mini Book: Students will enjoy creating this informative mini book to gain a better understanding of daily life in Colonial America.
• Writing Project: Using the provided templates, students write a journal entry from the perspective of a Colonial American child, and then create a daily time schedule of a normal daily routine. These are perfect for use on the bulletin board.
• Large Bulletin Board: Includes bulletin board header, illustrated accent pieces, and photo directions. Use these for a bulletin board to display the student journal entries and daily schedules from the writing activity.
The packet also includes a teacher-direction sheet with photo examples of the projects in use in the classroom. It is very clear and easy-to-use; basically just print and go! My students loved these activities; I think yours will, too!
You might also be interested in these other Social Studies Interactive Notebooks and Mini Units:
Maps, Continents, and Landforms
Explorers of the World
Road to the Revolutionary War
The Revolutionary War
The 13 Colonies (Geography)
Colonial America – Daily Life
Colonial America – Jobs and Trades
Lewis and Clark Expedition
The Oregon Trail
The Gold Rush
The Civil War – Events Leading to the War
The Civil War
The U.S. Constitution
3 Branches of U.S. Government
Elections and the Voting Process
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