Midnight Riders 19 April, 1775 Paul Revere, William Dawes Dr. Samuel Prescott

What was the Name of Paul Revere’s Horse?

Ran through the town warning the colonists of the British invasion. This was known as "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere". Paul Revere was also big Patriot Leader.

Do you need to add a little more excitement and engagement to your Paul Revere unit? Or are you looking for the perfect review before the test? This lapbook activity is sure to keep those kiddos engaged and enthusiastic as you bring history to life. The lapbook includes key vocabulary review, biography information, making connections with Paul Revere, who, what, when and where flipbook, and a writing topic activity.

Paul Revere Lapbook

Midnight Ride of Paul Revere - Razzle Bam Boom (Mark Beckwith and Obediah Thomas) perform Longfellow's classic poem as a rap. This is from their educational musical "200 Years of American Music."

Midnight Ride of Paul Revere - Razzle Bam Boom (Mark Beckwith and Obediah Thomas) perform Longfellow's classic poem as a rap. This is from their educational musical Years of American Music.

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Paul Revere history coloring page for kid - American history timeline for kids - Early explorers, the Revolution, US Presidents, American inventors.

Paul Revere - Homeschool History...Watch The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere

I love this website for FREE US History Primary Sources. These are powerful! This image shows the battle at Concord Bridge

Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to color the picture of patriot Paul Revere.    Did you know?  On January 1, 1735, Paul Revere was born in Boston, Massachusetts. An American silversmith and eyeglass maker, this patriot is best known for his "midnight ride" on Aril 18, 1775. He rode his horse to Lexington to alert colonists that British troops were on the march. Revere was able to alert the other patriots so they would be prepared for the start of the American Revolution.

Aussie Pumpkin Patch: Revolutionary War: Paul Revere Coloring sheet, link to you tube video of liberty kids episode of Paul revere, etc.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote his poem “Paul Revere’s Ride” in 1860. The poem is about how American patriot Paul Revere rode through the countryside to warn the colonists of an attack by the British during the American Revolution. Students read the beginning of the poem and then work on several skill-building activites about the poem.

Literature Activity Set: Patriot Poem: Paul Revere's Ride

Free, printable reading comprehension set about Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem, “Paul Revere’s Ride”.

Paul Revere Lapbook- 3rd Grade Historical FiguresUse this Paul Revere Interactive Lapbook to help students learn more about the life of Paul Revere and the impact he made on our country becoming free from British rule.Included:Vocabulary Pocket with key termsSwinging Ovals (The Legacy of Paul Revere)Fact or Research Section  (Borders where students can record facts you need them to know)Paul Revere's Character Traits (Interactive File Folders- Cut and Paste Activity)Sample from Longfellow's…

Paul Revere Lapbook

Paul Revere's Ride Reader's Theater Script (also known as The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere). Easy and fun way to practice fluency. Great for "after the test!" Reader's Theater Rubric included. More Than a Worksheet $

Paul Revere's Ride: Reader Theater Script

Andy Griffith and Paul Revere's Ride ... "The British Is Coming ... The British Is Coming" ... history was never funnier ... lol

Andy Griffith and Paul Revere's Ride As only Andy can do, he quickly tells the story of Paul Revere to Barney and the little boys. While it is just the basic historical story, it's a lovely little reminder that we all still remember Paul Revere.

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