This American Revolution Activity Bundle includes art, notebooking, writing, puzzles and activities, and more. With Draw & Explore: People of the American Revolution, Vol. 1, students combine art and history as they complete short units with guided drawing activities. With Leaders of the American Revolution and the U.S. Constitution Notebooking Journal (Deluxe Edition), students can learn about 76 key people and take a closer look at each section of the U.S. Constitution. Reporting From the American Revolution includes writing assignments in the form of newspaper writing, and Revolutionary War Activities for Kids: Puzzles, Games, and Quizzes includes timelines, decoding, puzzles, and more. Writing Prompts from History includes 10 writing prompts about the people and events of the American Revolution. See a preview of each title at the links below.
Revolutionary War Activities for Kids: Puzzles, Games, and Quizzes: This unit is packed with almost two dozen activities including timelines, word searches, mazes, matching, fill-ins, math decoding, famous quotes puzzles, and word puzzles. 46 pages total.
Reporting From the American Revolution: The Reporting From . . . series combines writing and history into a fun assignment that can be done by a single student or an entire classroom. This unit includes “The Big Picture” that provides a brief summary of people and events related to the American Revolution. It’s designed to serve as a springboard for further discovery and to help students understand how the people and events in the unit are related. An “On Assignment” section follows, which includes ten newspaper reporter assignments, from reporting on battles to interviewing famous people such as Paul Revere and General Cornwallis. Next, the student is given newspaper templates to create their news articles. A realistic drawing or depiction of each person or event is included to give the student’s paper an authentic feel. When the student or class is done, they will have ten illustrated articles related to the American Revolution and a better understanding of the events and people involved. 45 pages total.
U.S. Constitution Notebooking Journal – Deluxe Edition: With the U.S. Constitution Notebooking Journal – Deluxe Edition, students have the opportunity to take a closer look at the entire U.S. Constitution, a few sections at a time. Space is given for students to record their answers to dozens of questions about the articles and amendments. This deluxe notebooking journal also includes the full text of the U.S. Constitution. Many of the answers to the questions can be found in the text itself, but some require minimal independent research. 100 pages total.
Draw and Explore History: People of the American Revolution, Vol. 1: The Draw and Explore History series is a great way to combine art and history. A short description of ten different men and women from the American Revolution is given. Each is followed by a picture of the person on a grid. Next, students can do one or all of the assignments that follow. They can draw half of the image in a grid that shows the left half of the picture, half of the image in a grid that shows the right half of the picture, or the entire image on an empty grid. This makes the unit completely flexible for both left-handed and right-handed students. Ten review questions and an answer key are also included. People included are Samuel Adams, Patrick Henry, John Jay, Thomas Jefferson, James Armistead Lafayette, Marquis de Lafayette, Rufus Putnam, Haym Salomon, George Washington, and Martha Washington. 31 pages total.
Leaders of the American Revolution Notebooking Journal: With the Leaders of the American Revolution Notebooking Journal, students have the opportunity to investigate 76 men and women who were key figures in the Revolutionary War. Students can learn about these men and women and record their date and place of birth, date and place of death, whether they supported the American or British side, what their significant contribution to history was, whether they were military or civilian, and interesting facts about the individual. 79 pages total.
And choose the Writing Prompts from History unit that is right for your student:
Writing Prompts From History: American Revolution (Ages 10-14): From news of the first shots to the Liberty Bell and sweet apple desserts, you can bring daily life during the American Revolution to life for your 10-14-year-olds with Writing Prompts from History. Ten writing prompts are included, each on its own notebooking page. An additional ten notebooking pages are also included to help capture longer stories. Help your students start writing and exploring with these fun writing prompts and spark a story in their imagination today. 23 pages total.
Writing Prompts From History: American Revolution (Ages 6-10): From the arrival of a special bell to a day on the job working for Paul Revere and an announcement that has the whole town talking, you can immerse your 6-10-year-olds in daily life during the American Revolution with Writing Prompts from History. Each volume in the 6-10-year-old version includes a short introduction to the topic studied to help your student understand the historical context of the writing prompts. Ten writing prompts follow, each on its own notebooking page. An additional ten notebooking pages are also included to help capture longer stories. Help your students start writing and exploring with these fun writing prompts and spark a story in their imagination today. 24 pages total.