Early American History Levels 5-8

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Day66Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out map along dark black line. Cut out the rectangle with the questions asone piece. Fold on dotted line so that the questions are on the outside. Cut alongsolid line between questions. Lift the flaps and answer the questions by using thekey along the bottom of the map showing the scale. Attach to lapbook right undermap. To find the scale: Measure the distance between the 0 and the 5. Every timeyou measure that distance on the map it equals 5 miles. That is called the map’sscale.

Day66Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out as one piece. Fold down the middle so the questions are on the front.Cut along lines between questions. Open flaps and write your answers inside. Inyour lapbook, attach this piece along the right-hand side of the map of Boston.

Day66Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out as one piece. Fold down the middle so the questions are on the front.Cut along lines between questions. Cut out as one piece. Fold like a matchbook.Inside write these words and add their meanings: fort, military stores, seize. Usethe dictionary and context clues to find the definitions. Then write:Who: RebelliousWhere: King’s fort at

Day67Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out each rectangle on the dark black line. On the opposite side write theword that is being defined from this list: grenadier, regiment, artillery, musket,light infantry, billet, drill, bayonet, scout, volley, flank. Place cards in pocket. Thereare two pictures included next to the words they match (musket and bayonet). Ifyou want, cut out the picture and attach to the front of the vocab card where youwill write the word. There’s a blank card if you’d like to add another word.\

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Day67Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out as one piece. On the gap between the big rectangles, fold behind theblank rectangle so that the picture is on the outside. Then fold back the side flapsand glue to the back of blank rectangle to make an envelope. Attach to lapbookas pocket for military vocab cards.

Day68Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out each rectangle separately and stack shortest to longest. Write on eachhow it is made.\\

Day68Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out the five rectangles as one piece. Fold each rectangle into the middle.Glue British flag onto the cover. Write the names of five British Generals.BritishGeneralsCut out as one piece. Fold down the middle with the words on the cover. Writeinside about who the minute men were and why they were called “minute men.”

Day69Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution Lapbook?\\?Cut out as one piece. Fold in questions and crease. Fold in lantern picture so it’sthe front cover. Cut along the lines between each question. Lift each flap andwrite the answer.

Day69Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut each long rectangle as one piece and fold each like a matchbook. Insidewrite “The first shot of the American Revolution was fired on” the day of the week,the date, the year and the time of day that the first shot was fired at Lexington.“The shot heard round the world” is a famous quote describing the beginning ofthe Revolution. Describe the battle of Lexington and Concord. What happenedfirst at Lexington? Then when the minute men gathered while the British were atConcord, what happened?

Day70Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out the rectangle as one piece and fold on the dotted line. Give the piece atitle and/or artwork. Inside (opposite the “glue here” side), write your information.GOVERNMENT

Day70Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut around solid lines. Fold on dotted lines so the pictures are on the outside.Write your own info on the inside or glue the info boxes into the pieces. Thesepieces should be attached inside the government piece which is then attached toyour lapbook.

Day71Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out as one piece. Fold in half so the words are the cover. Attach this piece tothe lapbook. Continue on next page with trapezoids. Those pieces will go insidethis piece.

Day71Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut each out as one piece. Fold in half so words are on the cover of each piece.Crease. Inside the “support” trapezoid write “Loyalists” and one other name forthem. Inside the “against” trapezoid write “Rebels,” “Patriots” and one other namefor them. Attach these inside the Who’s Who rectangle.

Day71Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out as one piece following the line all the way around. The ovals at the bottomwill fold up. You can add an additional fact about each man if you like on theback of the oval. The James Otis oval will be attached the lapbook. You will foldup each oval to cover the pictures. Then you will fold accordion style until“Revolution Leaders” is the cover. Crease all folds well.

Day72Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out each square. Don’t cut off the tabs. Stack the squares with “Taxes” ontop. Staple along the left-hand side.

Day72Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut along all solid lines. Fold on the dotted lines. First fold in “Time of Day” andthen fold in “Who”. These will cover the “Date and Place” area. Cut around“Which painting ” and attach on the back of the “Who” flap as the cover.

Day73Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out as one piece. Fold “Sons of” and “Liberty” flaps in so they form thecover. Open the flaps and write inside about the Sons of Liberty.

Day73Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out as one piece. Fold matchbook style. Inside write about the BostonMassacre. This picture is an engraving done by none other than Paul Revere!

Day73Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookThe instructions for the piece are the words in the bottom square.

Day74Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out as one piece. Fold down the middle so that the gloves are the cover ofthe piece. Cut along the dotted line. Lift each flap and write a definition of eachword.

Day74Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out each rectangle. Stack in order from shortest to longest with the shorteston top. Staple along the very top of the pieces making sure you staple throughthem all. Can you find a John Adams quote to add?

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Day75Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out as one piece. Fold in half so the picture is on the cover. Write inside whatthe British were thinking of Americans. I had an English friend tell me that inEngland they called it the American Revolt instead of Revolution. I have also heardBrits call it the War for Independence, but they don’t really seem to learn about itin school.Cut out as one piece. Fold so that the picture is the cover. Either write in theanswer or cut around words and attach inside.

Day75Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out each oval and staple together on the right hand side. If you are willing,leave on the last oval and fill it in. Copy the verses into the ovals.

Day76Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out as one piece and fold accordion style. Make sure you crease your foldswell. Answer the questions. To think about – how does fear control your actions?People say you can find “Do not fear” 365 times in the Bible, once for every day.Why should we not fear?

Day76Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out above rectangles as one piece. Fold up For Thinking Over first. Folddown Romans 13:1. Cut out Whom Shall We Obey and attach as cover on theback of Romans 13:1.Cut out the pieces below and copy in Bible verses. They go in the pocket on thenext page.

Day76Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out “God’s Way” as one piece. Fold in side flaps. Fold up bottom flap andattach to side flaps. This will attach to lapbook as a pocket. Cut out verserectangles (and For Thinking Over) and place in pocket.

Day77Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out strips and attach small rectangles to the backs of the next pieces to makeone long strip. Fold accordion style so the covers are blank and press down wellon folds. Write nice and big the year each event happened. You could lightlycolor each block a different color. You can write “Timeline” on the front cover.

Day77Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut the final strip to add to the accordion book strip from the previous page. Thencut out battle rectangle as one piece. Fold in half. Write inside what happened atthe Battle of Saratoga.

Day78Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out as one piece. You will first fold in the When Where side flap and thenfold like an accordion. You will attach the back of the Turnaround square to thelapbook and the Valley Forge square will be the cover. Write in when the troopswere at Valley Forge and where Valley Forge is located. Write in what hardshipsthe Continental army faced and how things got turned around for the best whilethere.

Day78Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out each double rectangle as one piece. Fold in half. On the inside writeabout the Christmas event and in the other the name of America’s greatest traitor.

Day79Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out as one piece. Fold in half so cover is blank and crease well. Cut alongdotted lines. Draw on the map the borders set by the treaty. On cover write onflap 1: September, flap 2: 3rd, flap 3: 1783, flap 4: Terms of the, bottom flap“Treaty of Paris.”

Day79Early American HistoryLevels 5-8American Revolution LapbookCut out as one piece. Fold in half. Inside write – Who: Thomas Jefferson; What:Declaration of Independence; Where: Continental Congress in Philadelphia;When: July 4, 1776; Why: To announce that the thirteen states in America wereno longer part of the British Empire.Cut out flag rectangle as one piece. Fold in half. Write inside about America’sfirst flag.

American Revolution Lapbook Cut out as one piece. You will first fold in the When Where side flap and then fold like an accordion. You will attach the back of the Turnaround square to the lapbook and the Valley Forge square will be the cover. Write in when the troops were at Valley Forge and where Valley Forge is located. Write in what hardships the Continental army faced and how things got .

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