These interactive pages cover the Revolutionary War. There are specific interactive pages along with generic templates for any person, event or battle you may be studying with the Revolutionary War. The emphasis of the interactive pages are the causes, events, people, and results of the American Revolution. $
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.
EXCELLENT STUDENT RESPONSE BOOK REPORT TO KAY MOORE'S "IF YOU LIVED AT THE TIME OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION"! I have included rigorous student response questions for all of the sections of this infamous Revolutionary War nonfiction book. From creating a compare and contrast diagram or writing a Boston News newspaper entry to comparing the clothing of children today to children from the Revolutionary War times; your students will choose eight different activities to complete similar .....$