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70+ pages with 7 activities that focus on the Unit 2 Topic 2: American Colonies topic as outlined by the Louisiana State Department of education.
Part A focuses on the differences between Jamestown and Plymouth. Part B will focus on the economies of the two colonies and how that led to slaves coming to North America.
These activities focus on answering the following standards and questions:
- 4.2.3 – Explain the voluntary migration of people and its significance in the development of the boundaries of the United States.
- 4.5.2 – Analyze how physical characteristics of a region shape its economic development
- 4.5.3 – Identify and explain how the physical characteristics of a region influenced human settlement.
- Explain the reasons for the establishment of the Jamestown and Plymouth colonies (Jamestown was an economic venture for England, Plymouth was established by families who wanted religious freedom).
- Compare and contrast the climate and geographic features of Jamestown and Plymouth.
- Explain how life was different for colonists in the Jamestown and Plymouth colonies.
- Explain how geography and climate affected the survival of colonists.
- Explain how colonists interacted with Native American people to help ensure colonist survival
- How did the colonists’ reasons for migrating influence where they chose to settle?
- How did geography influence life and economic activities in the colonies?
● Interactive notebook and worksheet versions of all the activities.
● Teacher guides and answer documents.
● 1 Item Set.
Activities that have links are currently included and updated within this packet
- Expansion of Colonies
- Human, Natural and Capital Resources
- Why did England want resources?
- How did England use capital resources to gain natural resources?
- Why Slavery?
- Triangular Trade
- Item Set
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