FREE Interactive Notebooking pages
and unit notes
Homeschool Share Civil War Lapbook
FREE LAP BOOK for the CIVIL WAR <pieces could be used for interactive notebooking as well>
Guided Notes SOL 8c
Power Point Presentation | Underground Railroad Webquest
Guided Notes SOL 8d
8 Regions boxes | 8 Regions Map
Guided Notes SOL 2b
8 Regions Foldable
Continents Drawing | Continents Map
Guided Notes SOL 2a
Unit 6 Cover Sheet
Unit 6 Placards
Divided Nation Booklet
Guided Notes SOL 9a
Compromise Chart Web Activity | Juggler
Guided Notes SOL 9b
Union/Confederacy Map | alternate map with state names
Guided Notes SOL 9c
Civil War Leaders Cartoon
Guided Notes SOL 9d
Civil War Battles Wiki Activity | Appomattox Coloring Page
Guided Notes SOL 9e
Civil War Soldier Web Activity
Guided Notes SOL 9f
Amendments Pop-Up Book
Guided Notes SOL 10a
Guided Notes SOL 10b
Printable Lessons and Resources for purchase from Homeschoolinthewoods.com
Here's some inspiration using these resources from Shower of Roses
Difference between North and South : Disunion
Civil War Overview free Lesson Plan
The Civil War Homepage
hundreds of pages of original documents, maps and research information. Easy navigation.
The Valley of the Shadow -hypermedia archive of thousands of sources for the period before, during, and after the Civil War for Augusta County, Virginia, and Franklin County, Pennsylvania. Those sources include newspapers, letters, diaries, photographs, maps, church records, population census, agricultural census, and military records. Students can explore the conflict and write their own histories, or reconstruct the life stories of women, African Americans, farmers, politicians, soldiers, and families. The project is intended for secondary schools, community colleges, libraries, and universities.
Civil War.com CivilWar.com is divided into 11 sections and the overview section offers causes of the war, a summary of the war, a look at the life of a soldier and the timeline of events. Other sections include Battles, Resources, Weapons, Travel, News, For Teachers, Forum, People, and Slavery. Content is as deep as some other sites, but Resources section is for more in-depth study provides access to books, recorded histories, the Official Record, photographs, letters, diaries, links, genealogical information, statistics and government records.
Ipad / Mobile Apps
.: Timeline Entries :.
Our Vocabulary for this Unit:
The Crisis at Fort Sumter WEBQUEST
Crisis at Fort Sumter is an interactive historical simulation and decision making program. Using text, images, and sound, it reconstructs the dilemmas of policy formation and decision making in the period between Abraham Lincoln's election in in November 1860 and the battle of Fort Sumter in April 1861.
Lincoln's First Inaugural Address
This Civil War.com lesson plan helps students understand the historical context and significance of Lincoln's inaugural address through archival documents such as campaign posters, sheet music, vintage photographs and documents. Features EDSITEment-reviewed sites and six suggested activities.
Important People of the Civil War