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This blog post called "Ten Interesting Facts . . . The Revolutionary War" is a great addition to your Revolutionary War Unit. It also includes this free foldable timeline organizer.

from Mail Online

Faces of the American revolution: Amazing early photographs which document some of the heroes of the War for Independence in their later years

some of the first photographs taken | war for independence the war that established the united states. Captain George Fishley, taken in 1850 when he was 90 years old


FREE Revolutionary War task cards to help your students recall important information from the Revolutionary War! The Declaration of Independence, important locations during the Revolutionary War, and important Revolutionary War figures are all included.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

American Revolution - Events Leading to the War - Interactive Notebook Unit

Road to the Revolutionary War - Students learn the events leading to the Revolutionary War by creating a timeline and adding foldables in their interactive notebooks in chronological order. My fifth grade students LOVED these activities! Perfect for grades 3-6!

from Teaching in Room 6

Battle Spy Codes of the Revolutionary War

Battle spy codes of the revolutionary war using order of operations, close reading, and social studies.


The British 3rd Foot Guards. John, 2nd Earl of Chatham was a lieutenant colonel in this regiment in 1783. Shiny gold braid :-D