American Revolution Drawing and Writing Prompts for Elementary
The American Revolution is a fascinating topic of study for learners of every age! For early elementary students, you can give them a simple overview that includes great books, fun videos, and easy activities that will make learning fun.
Here are some of our favorite resources!
- Liberty’s Kids, The Complete Series
- If You Were a Kid During the American Revolution by Wil Mara
- George vs. George: The American Revolution As Seen from Both Sides by Rosalyn Schanzer
- Revolutionary War on Wednesday by Mary Pope Osborne
- American Revolution: A Nonfiction Companion to Revolutionary War on Wednesday (Magic Tree House Research Guide Series) Mary Pope Osborne
- And Then What Happened, Paul Revere? by Jean Fritz
- George Washington’s Breakfast by Jean Fritz and Tomie dePaola
Just add our drawing and writing prompts and you are ready to go!
American Revolution Drawing and Writing Prompts
Our American Revolution Drawing and Writing Prompts include:
- Thirteen different pages featuring a person, place, or thing related to the American Revolution
- A place to draw each simple illustration
- Three-lined writing space for your youngest writers
- A place to trace the name of the featured American Revolution person, place, or thing
- A place to write a sentence about what they have learned about that person, place or thing
Tips & Recommendations
We recommend this printable pack for elementary level students in grades 1–4.
Don’t forget that all of our printable packs can be reused over and over in your homeschool. If you have multiple students, this is an excellent value for your homeschool family.
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