- Remembering Our Past….By honoring those who served or assisted the colonies during the Revolutionary War.
- Promoting Core Values….By protecting our Constitution and perpetuating American ideals and traditions.
- Shaping Young Minds….By educating our youth about the Constitution and those who developed the American ideals and traditions.
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"Causes of the American Revolution" introduction
is a complete course cirriculum and materials for Teachers and Students it begins with the Introduction and follows with 11 Lessons with the supporting documentation links outlined in the table Curriculum Designed by Shae Luch Sources from the William Clements Library at the University of Michigan
LINK TO LESSONS
nEW ACTIVITY 250th Anniversary Boston Tea Party Patriot Adventure
1. Tea Time!: Tea was a household staple in the colonies, and drinking tea was a cultural way oflife, much like coffee drinking is today. 2. Make Tea: Demonstrate the brewing of loose leaf tea, having students participate in the boilingof water and the filtering and pouring of tea as is appropriate and safe for the age of yourstudents. Everyone can enjoy a taste!