FREE Revolutionary War Game

A Spy for General Washington Board Game

A Spy for General Washington Board Game tests your knowledge of the American Revolution with 255 questions about this key point in history. In this game, you are a spy for the American patriots during the Revolutionary War. Your mission is to collect thirteen key pieces of information and deliver them safely to General Washington’s […]

LIMITED TIME FREEBIE-US History for Kindergarten: Foundations & Freedom

US History for Kindergarten-Foundations & Freedom

Teach your children about the French and Indian War, early conflicts between the colonies and Britain, the Founding Fathers, and the American Revolution with this history ebook, U.S. History: Foundations and Freedom. Each topic is broken into short, bite-sized pieces accompanied by simple, no-prep activities. You can work through the entire book or simply choose […]

Causes of the American Revolution (FREE Foldable, Interactive Notebook)


This freebie is a great review for your unit on the American Revolution. It is short and simple, yet holds good summaries of the main reasons the American Revolution began. Add this to your unit for a hands-on, interactive activity your learners can keep and to help retain information they have learned in their study […]

Who’s Who in the American Revolution (FREE Printable Game)


If you are teaching the American Revolution this year, use this awesome game alongside it for review or for study material. You can use this for single to a large group of children. The object of the game is to match the description of the person with their name. History can be dry for some […]

FREE Printable Role Playing with the American Revolution


If you’re studying the American Revolution in your homeschool this year, you’d be hard-pressed to find an activity as good as this one. It artfully illustrates to the students why the colonists were tired of taxation without representation, and it uses cue cards and candy. Let’s be honest…anything with candy is going to be a […]

American History and Art Appreciation Collide with this FREEBIE


You have probably heard the story of Paul Revere’s midnight ride during the American Revolution, thanks to the poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, but did you know that Paul was also a very talented silversmith, engraver, and artist? It’s true! This month you can incorporate American History with your art appreciation when you get this […]

American Revolution FREEBIE

People of the American Revolution

Don’t miss this limited time freebie for middle schoolers and high schoolers! 94 pages of facts, quizzes, activities, quotes, puzzles, and notebooking pages explore the lives of both famous and lesser-known individuals from the American Revolution. Rediscover this important time in American history, learn about the sacrifices of forgotten patriots, and consider the impact their […]

FREE Battles of the American Revolution Worksheet

battles of revolution

Are your older kids learning about the American Revolution this year? This worksheet is a map of the Revolutionary War battles. Use the map to learn more about the battles that followed after the “first shot heard around the world”.Download your FREE Battles of the Revolution Worksheet HERE. Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save […]

FREE American Revolution Unit Study and Printable Lapbook


Are you considering studying the American Revolution in your homeschool? This free American Revolution Unit Study and Printable Lapbook is your ticket to a wonderful learning experience! The information is extensive and the pictures are beautiful! You will capture your child’s immediate attention with this lovely study of American history.Click here to download your free […]