This 13 Colonies Flip Flap Book® will be a perfect complement to your unit on Colonial Times. Your students will be engaged and excited as they complete the activities in this flip flap book® that will align with the different aspects/lessons that you teach on The 13 Colonies.
DIGITAL OPTIONS NOW INCLUDED:
We have now added Google Slide activities to accompany each unit. You can click on the Google Slides link, make a copy, and now begin using it with your students. You can add the Google Slide links to Google Classroom, via email, Microsoft Teams, and Seesaw, etc. This will give you the ability to provide the unit activities digitally to your students.
Included in this resource:
- The 13 C-O-L-O-N-I-E-S Flip Flap Book®
- Write the names of the 13 original colonies
- Color a map and map key to show the 3 Regions of the 13 Colonies
- Describe the Climate, Geography, Occupations, Religions, and Views on Slavery in New England Region
- Describe the Climate, Geography, Occupations, Religions, and Views on Slavery in Mid-Atlantic Region
- Describe the Climate, Geography, Occupations, Religions, and Views on Slavery in Southern Region
- Read a detailed passage called A Tale of Two Colonies: Jamestown & Plymouth - highlight the words and phrases the author uses to compare and contrast the two colonies
- Complete a Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting Jamestown and Plymouth based on their research and the text passage
- Think and Describe what life was like for different types of people during Colonial Times called Perception of Life:
- wealthy landowners
- small farmers
- Native Americans
- Indentured Servants
- Compare and Contrast women of colonial times to the modern-day woman on a T-Chart
- Research a specific type of artisan during colonial times. Present you are that artisan and describe the job description, apprenticeship, working conditions, goods, and services created/made, where you would work as this type of artisan
- Writing Project: Pretend you are a person living during colonial times. Choose a Role (wealthy landowner, slave, small farmer, indentured servant, woman, etc.). Write a postcard to your family back in England explaining the colony you settled in, what life is like for you, discuss the geography, occupation, religious practices, and views on slavery.
PLEASE NOTE: This resource REQUIRES 4 Sheets of Legal Sized Paper for 4 of the letters in this resource. The other letters will be printed on regular copy paper.
This resource was created by Anna from Simply Skilled in Second and Michael from Monster Wrangler Mike on TPT.