blogger writes, "5th grade teachers - This read aloud is a MUST!! It tells of the true story of Pocahontas. It goes along great with our social studies curriculum and is fun and interesting for students to listen to. I will be reading this for my second read aloud of the year (and it will be my 6th year of reading it aloud to my students - even I love it!)"
Blood on the River is a great novel to bridge your ELA and Social Studies curriculums, as you teach the founding of James Town in 1607. This unit is chock full of ideas, activities, anchor charts and lesson plans to bring this book to life in your classroom!
Do your students dread test prep time? Your students will actually enjoy preparing for standardized testing with these active, engaging activities. Contents of this packet: Jamestown Review Layer Book Jamestown Group Discussion with Discussion Chips Who Am I? Printable Sheet Jamestown/Powhatan Indians Practice Test
Jamestown Unearthed is a teachers' guide with lesson plans and historical background information on Jamestown and the excavation. Packet includes images of artifacts, historical images and maps, simulations, graphic organizers, and much more.