This escape room is so much fun! The students will solve four clues that lead them to find a real Civil War Confederate spy (Rose Greenhow). All of the clues are editable, so you can revise and make this perfect for your own classroom. This lesson has students practice decoding skills, close reading, and point of view. This lesson fits perfectly with a Unit about the Civil War, and it's great as an end of the year activity.

Escape Room (Break out) Civil War - Students chase a Confederate Spy

Review the Underground Railroad with this easy FREEBIE printable game! Works great as an activity during your Civil War Unit

Activities or students project ideas The student will read about and describe the life of historical figures in American history.

Civil War Activity (Scoot Unit Review Game)

Civil War Activity: Abraham Lincoln, Gettysburg, etc

Civil War Activity: These civil war cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the different historical figures, documents, and battles during the American Civil War. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.

Free Civil War curriculum- elementary, middle and highschool as well as a separate gifted and talented curriculum.

Free Civil War curriculum- elementary, middle and highschool as well as a separate gifted and talented curriculum. - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

This Civil War map activity will help students understand what the United States looked like at the start of the Civil War including its western territories, where significant battles occurred, and which states were Union, Confederate, or Borders states. It's also a great way to incorporate geography into your unit. Students will label, color, and draw on the map and then answer a few questions. Great for your 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th grade homeschool and classroom students! $

Civil War Map Activity

This Civil War map activity will help students understand what the United States looked like at the start of the Civil War including its western territories, where significant battles occurred, and which states were Union, Confederate, or Borders states.

Are you looking for a full and exciting Civil War unit? You've found it! This unit contains a plethora of lesson sheets, primary sources, and activities that will encourage your students to LOVE learning about the Civil War!    There are many foldables contained in this unit for teachers who use interactive notebooks. However, this unit is also perfect for teachers who do not use interactive notebooks.    This is a concise, thorough resource that you can use to replace your textbook or to…

Civil War Unit

Are you looking for a full and exciting Civil War unit? You've found it! This unit contains a plethora of lesson sheets, primary sources, and activities that will encourage your students to LOVE learning about the Civil War! There are many foldables contained in this unit for teachers who use interactive notebooks. However, this unit is also perfect for teachers who do not use interactive notebooks. This is a concise, thorough resource that you can use to replace your textbook or to…

This site is full of everything a teacher would want from picture books to novels, interactive time lines, interactive battle maps and a lot of other links from the website.  It is loaded with all kinds of resources

This site is full of everything a teacher would want from picture books to novels, interactive time lines, interactive battle maps and a lot of other links from the website. It is loaded with all kinds of resources

Secession of the South Lesson Plan! Primary Source analysis activity on why the Confederacy seceded from the Union prior to the Civil War!

Secession of the South Lesson Plan! Primary Source analysis activity on why the Confederacy seceded from the Union prior to the Civil War! - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

Students will learn all about the The American Civil War Resource loaded with informational articles, organizers, and interactive activities about the causes, events, important people, and results of the war.

Civil War Complete Unit with Abraham Lincoln, Harriet Tubman, Clara Barton

Introduction activity:  Use an old map from just before the Civil War started (West Virginia didn't exist).  Don't alert students to the differences.  Cut apart states and have students assemble like a puzzle.  Life is Better Messy Anyway:

(change)Introduction activity: Use an old map from just before the Civil War started (West Virginia didn't exist). Don't alert students to the differences. Cut apart states and have students assemble like a puzzle. Life is Better Messy Anyway:

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