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The History, Facts, & Figures of Early Colonial America and Thanksgiving
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This activity comes with 24 I Have Who Has cards. The cards cover important facts and figures in the history of colonial America as well as the early history of the Thanksgiving holiday. Each card has a colorful illustration to go along with the information to add to the level of engagement of the students. I Have Who Has cards are the perfect activity to promote good listening and communication skills, memory, vocabulary, and language and reading skills. Use these cards to reinforce vocabulary in your unit or review before a test! With these cards, students are sure to remember not only their own card, but the entire class set of cards! Clipart courtesy of The Indigo Comma, Kate Hadfield Designs, The Artventurous Life, Educlips, and TeachesThirdinGeorgia. Rule 1 Have Fun
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Who is it for?

  • 4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds)
  • 5th Graders (10 to 11-year-olds)
  • 6th Graders (11 to 12-year-olds)
  • Homeschoolers
  • Educators
  • Teachers


What's included?

  •  24 Advanced I Have Who Has Cards that Cover Important Early Colonial America Facts and Figures As Well As the History Behind the Thanksgiving Holiday


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I am fortunate to be a stay at home mom and wife to my two beautiful children and husband. Teaching has never left my heart because I think it's who I am. I seek to teach my children new things everyday while also encouraging their imaginations.

I firmly believe it is our job to motivate our students and to do so, we need to think like they do. I now have young children and it amazes me what I can get them to willingly participate in if I make it fun for them! Teaching is no different...students will retain so much more valuable information if we find fun ways to present it.

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