Thirteen Colonials Unit! 70-pages
This year we are studying American history. We have just finished our unit on the establishment of the thirteen colonies. This new 70-page packet includes notebook pages and chronology cards that cover the 13 colonies and how they were established. These worksheets and cards cover Roanoke, Jamestown, Plymouth, Massachusetts Bay and others!
It also touches on the Salem Witch Trials and Bacon’s Rebellion.
My kids did an assignment where they had to read some of the transcripts from the Salem Witch Trials and discover what evidence was used against the person they chose. The links and instructions are included in this packet. They really enjoyed delving into that and were pretty astonished by the “evidence” that was used to convict these people!
Establishing the 13 Colonies Notebook Pages:
As I mentioned above, this packet starts with Roanoke and then goes on to cover
- Well–known Puritans
- New Netherlands
- Massachusetts Bay; there’s also a page on the historical characters mentioned in the Scarlet Letter (which is set in the 1640s in Massachusetts Bay Colony)
- Rhode Island
- Connecticut, New Hampshire, Delaware, the Carolinas
- New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Georgia
There are three notebook page options:
- A blank student notebook page.
- A fill-in-the-blank page.
- A teacher page (or one that you can read aloud with your students) with the full notes.
How do we use the pages? Usually, I print out the full version and read that aloud while the kids take notes on either the fill-in-the-blank option or the blank page (depending on how much of a rush we are in!!). Your kids can use the blank notebook pages provided to do their own research and write their own account.
There are also chronology cards that cover these key colonies and events.
13 Colonies Packet
The 13 Colonies packet is about 70-pages. This packet is $6.99.
Be sure to check your PayPal email address for the download link!
13 Colonies Unit – a 70-page unit that covers Roanoke, Jamestown, Plymouth, Massachusetts Bay, Pennsylvania, Georgia and the others. Plus, it explores the Puritans, Salem Witch Trials & Bacon’s Rebellion.
Be sure to email me if you have any questions! ~Liesl
American Revolution Unit
You might also be interested in our unit on the American Revolution Unit.
You can read more about the American Revolution materials here or scroll through the pictures below.
PLUS Bonus Material: the American Revolution Play
The American Revolution Packet is still $6.99. You can find more about the Causes of the American Revolution materials here.
Why was the American Revolution fought? In this unit we went into a lot of depth about the affairs in the colonies leading up to the American Revolution. We tried to look at all sides of the conflicts of the 1700s. What propelled people to take sides? What advantages did various sides have? In our unit we highlighted the following topics:
- Albany Plan
- Sugar and Molasses Acts
- Pontiac’s Rebellion
- Proclamation of 1763
- Stamp Act
- Sons of Liberty
- Boston Massacre
- Notable Men of Boston
- Townshend Acts
- Tea Act
- Boston Tea Party
- Intolerable Acts
- First Continental Congress
- Battles of Lexington and Concord
U.S. States and Capitals 100+ page Packet
You might also be interested in our USA States and Capitals Packet We’ve been studying/reviewing the US states as we delve into American history this year. This 100-page packet is $7.99. You can find out more at this post.
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