Dependent/Independent clause foldable

ABCs of the American Revolution - Teaching with a Touch of Twang: More American Revolution

Subordinating conjunctions foldable-perfect for students who need visuals and kinesthetic activities to reinforce skills!

awesome anchor charts!

Grammar centers (sorting activities, etc.)

Good idea to incorporate something 'cool' like Facebook in a positive way. Could use with historical figures

Free foldable template for a Taxation Without Representation activity. Fun!

TONS of teaching activities using Post-it notes. Ideas by teachers!

Revolutionary war unit... Really love the integration and creation of national flag once they learn the US gained its independence.

Synonyms Activity with photo albums - what a great idea! Photo Albums are also great for task laminating needed!

-Causes of the American Revolution with Smarties

Social Studies Interactive Notebooks- Causes of the American Revolution Nonfiction Articles

($) The Puzzling Main Idea contains directions and materials needed for 5 different Main Idea Activities. They are tons of fun, hands-on, and a perfect continuation to Main Idea mini-lessons! The activities encourage whole class, partner/group, and independent work/critical thinking! If followed in order, the activities teach Main Idea first in a more concrete manner, allowing children to slowly be able to apply their new skills to more difficult tasks, and eventually to text.

American Revolution Timeline

American Revolution

BLIND DATE WITH A BOOK: Love this idea to teach kids giving a book a chance. "Blind Date with a Book" Activity for independent reading. Wrap up books and decorate with key words that relate to each. Students pick a book, unwrap it, record it and read for 30 pages. Good date=keep it, finish it, review it. Bad date=return it, and write about why it wasn't the book for you. Great "get to know yourself as a reader" activity! I am SO doing this!

Trace the "Steps" to the American Revolution-- Could definitely be used for the Civil War unit or other units. One idea- assign each student an event to research. Have them copy their foot on a piece of paper and then use the feet to form a timeline.

Folders at a cooperative learning table with review questions inside-- can put text in to review, maybe even put in specific types of ACT prep questions for each table?

Road to the Revolution

Hidden door timelines for the American Revolution