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Revolutionary War

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  1. http://www.pbs.org/ktca/liberty/road_q1.html
  2. http://teachingamericanhistory.org/static/neh/interactives/americanrevolution/
  3. http://interactivesites.weebly.com/revolutionary-war.html
  4. Continental Cartoons game
  5. Mystery Guest
  6. Name That Founding Father
  7. eWord - Road to Revolution Word Game
  8. eWord - Revolution Word Game
  9. Writing with a quill pen
  10. Journey Towards Freedom Fun Zone
  11. The Road to Revolution Game
  12. For Crown or Colony - You Choose
  13. Midnight Messenger
  14. Drum Corp Tryout
  15. Pardon or Pillory
  16. Merchant Matchup
  17. Heads Up for the Colonists
  18. Revolutionary Revelry
  19. Britain or Colonies - Match the Country Game
  20. Mr. Jefferson's Magical Maze
  21. Mail during the war - explore your side
  22. Spies, Ciphers, and Codes (games)
  23. Warriors Game - Revolutionary Soldier
  24. American Revolution 1778 - The Time Machine
  25. Connect the Dots
  26. Dirt Detective
  27. Treasure Trek
  28. Revolutionary War Interactive Game
  29. Online Colonial Coloring Book
  30. Revolution Fireworks Frenzy Game
  31. The Virtual Liberty Bell


Revolutionary Review Quizzes Interactive

 

THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

   
Washington Crossing the Delaware River.
Leutze’s Iconic Painting of Washington Crossing the Delaware
 

Causes and Effects

This section provides links to detailed descriptions of the major causes and effects of the war. Many of these pages also feature online or printable activities.

   
Battle of Saratoga

Battles of the Revolutionary War

This section provides links to detailed descriptions of the important battles of the war such as Saratoga, Yorktown, and many others. Many of these pages also contain online and printable activities.

   

People of the Revolution

The section provides links to detailed biographies of 27 of the most important people involved in the American revolution such as George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. It also includes biographies of lesser known Patriots such as George Mason, Molly Pitcher, and Robert Morris.

   
American Revolution IOnteractiver

Revolution Interactive

This section provides a clickable map of the thirteen colonies where kids can learn about important battles, places, and landmarks of the American Revolution.

   
American Revolution Timeline

Revolution Timeline

Here, students can access an entire timeline of the Revolutionary period (1775-1783) filled with descriptions of well-known events and well as lesser-known events.

   
New England Patriots Logo

Loyalists/Patriots

This page describes the major idealogical differences between Patriots and Loyalists and such differences affected the Revolution.

   
American Revolution Videos

Videos

This page provides more than a dozen videos embedded from the Biography Channel and the History Channel on important events, people, or battles of the Revolutionary War. Most are simple videos that last between two and five minutes.

   
American Revolution Activities

Online Activities

Here, teachers and students can access dozens of online activities related to the Revolutionary War such as reading comprehension exercises, cloze reading exercises, word searches, and much more.

   
American Revolution Printable Activities

Printable Activities

Here, teachers can find over forty printable activities related to the Revolutionary War, perfect for interactive notebooks, or, for critical thinking about the War. THESE ARE FREE AND HIGHLY EFFECTIVE IN GETTING KIDS TO THINK OUTSIDE OF THE BOX. YOU WILL LOVE THEM!

   

Who is Your Founding Father?

This might be the greatest history game on the internet. Students judge the accomplishments of four of the Founding Fathers on a scale of one to ten and watch them "race" to the Founding Father finish line.

   

American Revolution Timeline (the game)

This is another fun game which requires students to place the events of the American Revolution in their correct chronological order on a timeline.

   

American Revolution Flags

Revolutionary War Flags

Learn all about the various (and colorful) Revolutionary War flags. You can even print out outlines of the flags to color.

   
American Revolution Map

Make your Own Revolutionary War Maps!

Here you create your own Revolutionary War battles or places map and add color, text, labels, and a map key. This program can also be used to make such maps of nations, states, continents, and regions.

 

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