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For this activity, students will create a storyboard detailing the events leading up to, and of, the Battle of Lexington and Concord.

American Revolution - Battle of Lexington and Concord: For this activity, students will create a storyboard detailing the events leading up to, and of, the Battle of Lexington and Concord.

American Revolution - Students can track the American Revolution battles by creating a timeline using Storyboard That!

American Revolution - Students can track the American Revolution battles by creating a timeline using Storyboard That!

American Revolution - Students can track the American Revolution battles by creating a timeline using Storyboard That!

American Revolution - Students can track the American Revolution battles by creating a timeline using Storyboard That!

American Revolution - Students can track the American Revolution battles by creating a timeline using Storyboard That!

American Revolution - Students can track the American Revolution battles by creating a timeline using Storyboard That!

Battle of Bunker Hill Spider Map: The American Revolution. 5Ws Who What Where and When in with graphic organizer

Battle of Bunker Hill Spider Map: The American Revolution. Who What Where and When in with graphic organizer

American Revolution - Battle of Bunker Hill Spider Map:  By defining and explaining the five Ws of the battle, students will be able to analyze key strategies, figures, and effects of the battle for both the British and American colonists. Additionally, this will also expose students to key figures for both forces and what their roles were in the early years of the revolution.

American Revolution - Battle of Bunker Hill Spider Map: By defining and explaining the five Ws of the battle, students will be able to analyze key strategies, figures, and effects of the battle for both the British and American colonists. Additionally, this will also expose students to key figures for both forces and what their roles were in the early years of the revolution.

American Revolution - Students can track the American Revolution battles by creating a timeline using Storyboard That!

American Revolution - Students can track the American Revolution battles by creating a timeline using Storyboard That!

American Revolution - Battle of Bunker Hill Spider Map:  By defining and explaining the five Ws of the battle, students will be able to analyze key strategies, figures, and effects of the battle for both the British and American colonists. Additionally, this will also expose students to key figures for both forces and what their roles were in the early years of the revolution.

American Revolution - Battle of Bunker Hill Spider Map: By defining and explaining the five Ws of the battle, students will be able to analyze key strategies, figures, and effects of the battle for both the British and American colonists. Additionally, this will also expose students to key figures for both forces and what their roles were in the early years of the revolution.

American Revolution - Advantages and Disadvantages: Students will utilize a T-Chart storyboard to explain and analyze the advantages and disadvantages of both American and British forces during the revolution.

American Revolution - Advantages and Disadvantages: Students will utilize a T-Chart storyboard to explain and analyze the advantages and disadvantages of both American and British forces during the revolution.

American Revolutionary People WAR Game!!  Truly engage your students to think about and analyze the men and women of the American Revolution by  having them play WAR!

American Revolutionary People: WAR! Game

Truly engage your students to think about and analyze the men and women of the American Revolution by having them play WAR!

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