Reading Through History is pleased to present “Colonial America”. 136 pages of student activities related to the colonial era of American history, from Jamestown and Plymouth, all the way up to Bacon’s Rebellion and the Deerfield Massacre.
“Colonial America” is brought to you by Reading Through History. This is a collaborative effort of two classroom teachers with more than thirty years of teaching experience at the secondary level. It includes 136 pages of student activities related to the significant events and major figures of Colonial America. The workbook includes thirty-two lessons and includes answer keys for each activity. This is the go-to resource for any U.S. history teacher in need of information or student activities related to the earliest days of colonization, all the way up through the 1700s. This resource manual is sure to be a perfect fit for any classroom, from 5th Grade and beyond. There are 32 reading lessons in all, and each has several pages of student activities to accompany the reading, including multiple choice questions, guided reading activities, vocabulary exercises, and student response essay questions.
Topics include Roanoke, Jamestown, Pocahontas, Triangular Trade, the Pilgrims, Massachusetts Bay, colonial daily life, slavery in the colonies, Cotton Mather, the Salem Witch Trials, the First Great Awakening, “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”, Bacon’s Rebellion, Benjamin Franklin, and much more!
“Colonial America” is available for purchase by either clicking on the image at right, or by clicking on one of the links below.