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Grade 3 American Revolution
American Revolution Project


American Revolution 

Part of the third grade classroom curriculum is to learn about the American Revolution. Thus, during technology class, students in grade 3 will create a PowerPoint presentation revolving around one of the following topics: People of the Revolution, Causes of the War, or Major Battle. By incorporating the knowledge they have learned in class about Microsoft PowerPoint and research information they find on the web, students will gain a better understanding of integrating research and technology skills to present information to their peers as well as gain important historical knowledge. 

Students will be given a partial PowerPoint template to assist them in this process.

People of the Revolution

People of the Revolution

Causes of the War



Timeline of the American Revolution

American Revolution

Digital Declaration of Independence

Clip Art

American Revolution Clip Art

General Links

1. Liberty – PBS - - sample newspapers of different events, timeline, life in the colonies, military perspective

2. Liberty’s Kids - - American Revolution Information

3Ben’s Guides to U.S. Government - - has historical documents, and other activities that explain the U.S. government

4. Shot Heard Round the World Movie - - excellent short movie on the beginning of the American Revolution

5American Revolution Movies -

6Paul Revere’s Ride -  

7. Mrs. Thonus' American Revolution Website

8. Kids Konnect - American Revolution

9. Online Movies about the American Revolution

10. The American Revolution

11. American Revolution - general websites

12. American Revolution for Kids

13. Kidport Reference Library

14. Digital History







In alignment with MA State Frameworks’ Standards: 3.4 Introduction to the importance of the political, economic, and military developments leading to and during the American Revolution relative to the state of Massachusetts.

Related Files

docx docx file: You need the Microsoft Word program, a free Microsoft Word viewer, or a program that can import Word files in order to view this file. To learn more about the free Microsoft Word Viewer, visit the the Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack.
pptx PPTX file: You need Microsoft PowerPoint to view this file. To learn more about the free Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer, visit the the Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack.

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