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Printable maps, worksheets, poems, and games for learning about the 13 American colonies.
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Worksheets and ActivitiesColonial America Scavenger Hunt Member
Students search the classroom for hidden colonial America fact cards. They use the information on the cards to answer the questions on the question sheet.Colonial American Jobs Free
Colonial Americans had many different jobs. Tell what each person does for a living. Jobs include wheelwright, blacksmith, miller, milliner, tanner, apothecary, cooper, cobbler, silversmith, gunsmith, and tailor.Venn Diagrams Member
This file contains three Venn Diagrams. First, compare and contrast schools today to schools in colonial times. Then, compare and contrast the New England Colonies to the Southern Colonies. Next, compare occupations in colonial times to occupations today.Graphing: Population Growth Member
Use the given data to make a line graph to show population growth in the American colonies during the 1700s. Then use the information in the graph to answer the questions.
13 Colonies Word SearchPuzzles Free
Can you find each of the 13 Colonies hidden in the puzzle? Write the name of each colony on the blank lines and circle it in the word search.Occupations Word Find Member
Search for colonial occupations in the puzzle. Complete each sentence with a word from the word find.
PoemsButter Churn Member
This is a cute poem about a girl who wishes she had a butter churn in her kitchen.Frontier Life Member
This poem shows how hard it was to live on the frontier long ago. Milking cows, darning socks, and hemming a dress were some of the many household chores.
MapsMap of Colonial America (Labeled) Free
This 1775 map of colonial America shows the names of the thirteen colonies.Map of Colonial America (Blank) Member
Students write the names of each colony on this blank colonial map.Map of New England Member
This 1775 map includes Massachusetts (including Maine), New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.Map of the Middle Colonies Free
This 1775 map includes New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.Map of the Southern Colonies Member
This 1775 map includes Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
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Penelope Peabody is lost in the United States. Use the clues to help her figure out which state she's traveling through.Social Studies Worksheets
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