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Paul Revere’s Ride by by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Ted Rand and making Lanterns to hang in the window. 3Dinosaurs.com

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Interactive American Revolution Timeline Project

Cooperative learning timelines on the American Revolution. Awesome activity for covering the lead up to the American Revolution!

Paper crafts and projects, games, handwriting practice, war vocabulary words, map making and crafts. Also contains history text in PDF format which can be put on your e-reader! Some christian content.

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MLK Jr. Crafts Kids Love & That Aren't Enough to Cover the Conversation about Race

Here are my favorite crafts, activities and ideas for celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day with Kids. ~ Marnie from www.carrotsareorange.com

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American Revolution

American Revolution- this teacher is beyond awesome!!! she not only tells you her ideas but how to make them happen!!!! She has an interdisciplinary unit mapped out = definitely going to use some ideas.

One of my favs - American Revolution Animated Kids Lesson - No More Kings - Schoolhouse Rock

Crash Course: A cool, educational YouTube channel with over 160 videos that are entertaining and fun to watch.

ABCs of the American Revolution. Use as a quilt or a class book.

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10 Great American Revolution Chapter Books

American Revolution chapter books for kids…wonderful list showing different points of view….give this list to your librarian!!

Too Late To Apologize (A Declaration) Patriot = BEST video to show for Revolutionary War unit (the kiddos LOVE it) Warning - group humming of this during other lessons may occur *grin*

Age Range: 11-18 (about middle school through high school, with parental supervision) This website provides primary source materials, lesson plans, audio and video presentations, and supplementary resources such as worksheets and links to other informative websites to help classroom teachers teach U.S. History. Most of the material can be adjusted for use in the homeschool environment.