How to make a quill and homemade ink -- fun Colonial America unit activity

Bring history to life with this simple Colonial America activity

Jamestown online adventure game ~ The year is 1607. you are the captain of the Jamestown Colony in Virginia in this flash-based historical simulation. Will your colony survive and prosper or will it become another "lost colony"? FANTASTIC for fourth grade and up!

mfw adv 3 Jamestown online adventure game ~ The year is you are the captain of the Jamestown Colony in Virginia in this flash-based historical simulation. Will your colony survive and prosper or will it become another "lost colony"?

Idea for teaching about Colonial America - Jamestown. It includes resources, project ideas, and free download

Colonial America homeschool history unit on Jamestown for kids - Lots of hands-on projects and free printables.

These cootie catchers/ fortune tellers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the original 13 colonies. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.

The Thirteen Colonies Activity (Colonial America Unit)

These FREE foldable Colonial America graphic organizers will be a hit with your students.

Colonial America Graphic Organizers

These foldable Colonial America graphic organizers will be a hit with students. They will help students organize the content they are presented.

History Crime Solvers: Lost Colony of Roanoke  Students love solving crimes. Put your super sleuths to work and use it as a jump off activity to my Colonial America Unit: Why do people move?   Students are given a background history to kick off the activity. Together they will create a hypothesis about what they believe occurred. Next you have a choice: 1. Give them a sheet with a collection of clues for them to determine what occurred. Or ...

History Crime Solvers: Lost Colony of Roanoke

History Crime Solvers: Lost Colony of Roanoke Students love solving crimes. Put your super sleuths to work and use it as a jump off activity to my Colonial America Unit: Why do people move? Students are given a background history to kick off the activity. Together they will create a hypothesis about what they believe occurred. Next you have a choice: 1. Give them a sheet with a collection of clues for them to determine what occurred. Or ...

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Colonial America Graphic Organizers

This Colonies Lap Book contains interactive organizers which may be glued onto a file folder to from a lap book, added to interactive notebooks, or used individually. Do something similar for science unit.

Students love solving crimes. Put your super sleuths to work and use it as a jump off activity to my Colonial America Unit: Why do people move? (ht...

History Crime Solvers: Lost Colony of Roanoke

Put your super sleuths to work and use it as a jump off activity to my Colonial America Unit: Why do people move?

Colonial America Unit: Informational Texts, Maps, & Activities Low Prep - Let your 4th, 5th, and 6th grade classroom or home school students master their social studies skills with this resource. Topics include Early European Colonies in North America, New England Colonies, Middle Colonies, Southern Colonies, economics in the British Colonies, and more. Your fourth, fifth, and sixth graders will work on informational text (or nonfiction), reading skills, test prep and review, and more.

Colonial America Unit: Informational Texts, Maps, & Activities Low Prep

Colonial America Unit: Informational Texts, Maps, & Activities Low Prep - Let your 4th, 5th, and 6th grade classroom or home school students master their social studies skills with this resource. Topics include Early European Colonies in North America, New England Colonies, Middle Colonies, Southern Colonies, economics in the British Colonies, and more. Your fourth, fifth, and sixth graders will work on informational text (or nonfiction), reading skills, test prep and review, and more.

Colonial America {Complete Social Studies Unit}

Colonial America Unit {Google Classroom Compatible}

Take your students back in time with this interactive unit on Colonial America. The unit has everything you need to teach your students about what life was like in the Created by elementary teacher Rachael Parlett author of The Classroom Nook

This 'Colonial America' unit features 110 pages of lesson plans, interactive notes, centers, games, and much more!  Topics include the Lost Colony of Roanoke, Jamestown, Plymouth, Massachusetts Bay, the 13 Colonies, Colonial Regions, Colonial Jobs, and Colonial People Groups.

Colonial America {Digital & PDF Included}

Awesome interactive lessons and activities about colonial America!

This interactive website would allow the student to explore a settlement and learn about different aspects that they found interesting. This would help the students to get interested in their school work and to find connections to history.

Life in Colonial America Stations

Life in Colonial America Stations

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