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  • Elena Gray

    The Boston Massacre (picture was drawn for the first article printed)

  • Bethany

    Independence Trivia Game - free printable

  • Jennifer Delaney

    Great US History Printables

  • Debbie Blum

    Independence Trivia Game - for Fourth of July gatherings...

  • Ivy Bray

    Thought I'd share what my family did today to celebrate our nation's freedom: Independence Trivia Game.

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Boston Massacre trial notes [page 1] by Boston Public Library, via Flickr

I will be using these for our American History this year!! I was looking for a "1 page report" type page and this fits the bill!!

The Revolutionary War was between the Kingdom of Great Britain and the Thirteen American colonies. The colonists did not like the way the British were treating them, especially when it came to taxes. Eventually small arguments turned into larger fights and the colonists decided to fight for their own country, independent of Britain. In this collection of webquests your students will learn about three of the key events leading up to the American Revolution. Supports CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.5.1-8.1

Teach your students the history behind the holiday! Halloween is a holiday shaped by history and culture. This lesson provides you a teaching moment on what might otherwise be a bit of a hectic day in your classroom. Students will learn about the historical background of the holiday, how it has been shaped by American culture, and some fun trivia facts about the holiday today.

Snowballs are flying along with jeers from an angry mob. Shots ring out in the crowd! But was it a massacre? The events leading up to the Boston Massacre were exciting. Put students in the time period with two different researched readings. (Included are directions for how to annotate a reading.)

Crispus Attucks was killed March 5, 1770 during the Boston Massacre. This was the first death in the American Revolution. #TodayInBlackHistory

Site has TONS of printables for Moms from relationship building to seasonal - Fourth of July Trivia Game

and tracing letters and big and small comparison -- repinned by #PediaStaff. Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

freebie of the month : positive printables with cute phrases and an alphabet printable! Sooo cute!

Includes 1 pre-made trivia game! Covers common poetry, literature, and vocabulary from a high school classroom. Also includes a template to make your own questions related to your specific curriculum and units! Use over and over for any subject! Quiz your students in a fun and interactive way! Styled after popular Trivia Nights!

Hoping I don't go back go fifth grade, but just in case...