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Lost Colony of Roanoke inferencing activity

CSI (Colonial Social Studies Investigation)- students collect vocab and evidence to support their theory about what happened to the Roanoke Colony. Could be adapted for other units or topics as well.

Roanoke: The Lost Colony- You Solve The Mystery! from Keep Calm and Teach on TeachersNotebook.com -  (7 pages)  - After learning about The Roanoke Colony, students use the clues to develop their own theory about what happened to the Roanoke colonists.

Roanoke: The Lost Colony- You Solve The Mystery

Roanoke, The Lost Colony Project: You Solve the Mystery. Students use what they've learned to write a story that explains their theory about what happened to the Roanoke Colonists.

Want a great way for students to engage in a group activity while they examine maps, artifacts, primary sources, and solve a historical mystery? Download The Lost Colony of Roanoke CSI! This exciting activity can be used to challenge individual students or to encourage collaboration in groups of up to five.

History Crime Scene Investigation: The Lost Colony of Roanoke CSI

Want a great way for students to engage in a group activity while they examine maps, artifacts, primary sources, and solve a historical mystery? Download The Lost Colony of Roanoke CSI! This exciting activity can be used to challenge individual students or to encourage collaboration in groups of up to five.

Great way to teach taxation without representation (American Revolution)

Role Playing with the American Revolution {Freebies Included

US History: The Lost Roanoke Colony --- One of the greatest mysteries still left unsolved is the mystery of The Lost Roanoke Colony. Join Cliff as he analyzes the facts and theories behind what might have happened to the missing colonists.

Roanoke Colony found abandoned without a trace except Croatoan carved on a tree 1591 -- Has the lost colony of Roanoke Island been found?

Roanoke and Jamestown Webquest Students will gain basic knowledge about the disappearance of Roanoke, the creation of Jamestown, the importance of John Smith, and Pocahontas. This webquest is great at covering key facts related early English Colonization during the 1500s and 1600s.The Roanoke and Jamestown Webquest uses the following great website:Click here to view the website.The webquest contains 60 questions and is a great activity for units on European Exploration and Colonization.

Roanoke and Jamestown Webquest

Roanoke and Jamestown Webquest Students will gain basic knowledge about the disappearance of Roanoke, the creation of Jamestown, the importance of John Smith, and Pocahontas. This webquest is great at covering key facts related early English Colonization

A game that my students love! Would you survive Jamestown? This is a fun activity to complete a unit on the early English settlements of North America, including Jamestown and Roanoke. In this simulation-style game, students will make various choices (similar to the choices early colonists had to make) in order to see if they would survive life in the early Early English settlements.

Would You Survive Jamestown?

Would you survive Jamestown? In this simulation-style game, students will make various choices (similar to the choices early colonists had to make) in order to see if they would survive life in the early Early English settlements.

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Lost Colony of Roanoke Activity Pack

Colony "balloons" to help the students display the research they do on the various colonies in a unique way (could be adapted to any unit of study really)

Colony "Balloons"

LA 26 Colony "balloons" to help the students display the research they do on the various colonies in a unique way (could be adapted to any unit of study really)

Roanoke, Jamestown and Plymouth: Colonization Lab - engaging activity that helps students grasp the difficulties that colonists had to face.

@ Blair Maybe a neat idea for co-op Roanoke, Jamestown and Plymouth: Colonization Lab - engaging activity that helps students grasp the difficulties that colonists had to face.

C.I.A.:Colony Investigation Agency - 13 Colonies Activity

C.I.A.:Colony Investigation Agency - 13 Colonies Activity

This set has a Common Core reading, a primary source quote activity, comprehension questions and 2 answer keys!  First, students read a page of text about Patriots and Loyalists before the American Revolution. Then, they analyze primary source quotes to determine who would have most likely said it, a Patriot or a Loyalist.

Patriots or Loyalist: Who Said It? American Revolution Primary Source Activity

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