DIY Infographic - History Battle Notebooking Page - This versatile notebooking page can work for any kind of battle in history--from the Battle of Marathon through the Battle of Gettysburg and beyond. Students research and note the name of the battle, the date, the adversaries, the outcome, and a basic description. They note three facts. Additionally, they create a map and map key. Free to print (PDF).
American Revolution: Speed Dating Were Ben Franklin and Abigail Adams friends? What pick up line do you think ol' Ben would have used to try to have a drink with dear Abigail? Get students excited about the American Revolution by having them each select their person to research. Use the step by step instructions to walk them through the process of getting to know their person to creating a moral for their life and from that producing pick up lines for the big finale- speed dating session.
This fantastic cooperative learning activity has your students sorting 10 key events that led up to the American Revolution. Each event is described in a short paragraph that includes a date and its significance. Students must sort these into the correct order and then complete the included timeline in their notebooks. This is awesome for teachers using interactive notebooks in their classes!