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Salem Slogan Parody: This activity requires users to create a highway sign for Salem, Massachusetts in 1693. Students must come up with a funny slogan that commemorates the Witch Trials of 1692.
13 Colonies Geography Map – This activity requires students to identify the each of the colonies on a map of the 13 colonies. It also requires them to identify New England, Middle, and southern colonies. Cut and paste activity.
13 Colonies Blank Map – This is just a handy blank map of the 13 colonies.
13 Colonies Symbols in Coins and Stamps – This activity presents some of the American coins and stamps that commemorate people of the 13 colonies or events that occurred in the 13 colonies. It requires students to think of a single, overarching symbol for the 13 colonies and to render it on their own stamp and coin.
13 Colonies Trades Word Search – Simple word search with words such as blacksmith, hatter etc.
13 Colonies Trades Scavenger Hunt – This printable scavenger hunt requires students to visit different pages of the MrNussbaum.com 13 Colonies Artisans and Trades exhibit to find answers to interesting questions.
The Charter Oak – This activity explain Connecticut’s sacred Charter Oak and requires students to think about and describe the greatest hiding place they have ever had.
What Colony am I? – This activity requires students to read a colonial description and identify the specific colony.
The Ghost of Virginia Dare (NEW) : This activity requires students to create a "ghost" of Virginia Dare —- who reveals the secret of what happened to the Lost Colony.
Practicing Cardinal Directions with the 13 Colonies Map – This activity requires students to use their knowledge of cardinal directions to answer questions about the geography of the 13 Colonies.
New England Colonies – Informational printable with a map that details the geographic, climatic, economic, and religious conditions.
Middle Colonies – Informational printable with a map that details the geographic, climatic, economic, and religious conditions.
Southern Colonies – Informational printable with a map that details the geographic, climatic, economic, and religious conditions.
Jamestown Reading Comprehension (part 1) – 10 questions and passage
Jamestown Reading Comprehension (part 2) – 10 questions and passage
Jamestown Reading Comprehension (part 3) – 10 questions and passage
Delaware Colony Reading Comprehension – 10 questions and passage
Connecticut Colony Reading Comprehension – 10 questions and passage
Georgia Colony Reading Comprehension – 10 questions and passage
House of Burgesses Reading Comprehension – 10 questions and passage
Maryland Colony Reading Comprehension – 10 questions and passage
Massachusetts Bay Colony Reading Comprehension – 10 questions and passage
New Jersey Colony Reading Comprehension – 10 questions and passage
New York Colony Reading Comprehension – 10 questions and passage
North Carolina Colony Reading Comprehension – 10 questions and passage
Pennsylvania Colony Reading Comprehension – 10 questions and passage
Plymouth Colony Reading Comprehension – 10 questions and passage
Rhode Island Colony Reading Comprehension – 10 questions and passage
South Carolina Reading Comprehension – 10 questions and passage
 

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