Colonial Schoolhouse

Lesson plans available for teachers:

1.)  Discovery Education – Grades 6-8:

2.)  PBS Liberty! Teaching Resources

3.)  PBS – George Washington as a Military Leader:

4.)  National Archives – Teaching with Documents: Images of the American Revolution:

5.)  New York Times: Evaluating and Discussing Myths of the American Revolution:

6.)  EdSite (National Endowment for the Humanities) Voices of the American Revolution – Grades 9-12:

7.)  EdSite (National Endowment for the Humanities) George Washington: The Living Symbol – Grades 9-12

8.)  EdSite (National Endowment for the Humanities) Background on the Patriot Attitude Toward the Monarchy – Grades 6-8

9.)  EdSite (National Endowment for the Humanities) Colonial Broadsides and the American Revolution – Grades 6-8

10.)  Digital History – Impact of the Revolution:

11.)  Digital History – Religion, Race, and Gender in Revolutionay America:

12.)  Digital History – Critical Issues and Simulations Units in American History:

13.)  AB Longman – America in the British Empire:,7137,250799-,00.html

14.)  Prentice Hall – Political Revolutions in Europe and the Americas (1688-1850):

15.) – Early American related quizzes related to AP History courses:

16.)  Mr. – American Revolution Lesson Plans & Classroom Activities:

17.)  Massachusetts Historical Society – The Coming of the American Revolution (1764-1776) Lesson Plans:

18.)  Museum of the American Revolution – Searchable database of lesson plans from several American Revolution related organizations:

19.)  ProTeacher.org

20.) – Reporting the Revolutionary War Lesson Plans:


Source(s): Image: Jeff Weese (wikipedia),