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FC: \American Revolution Haiku Riddles By Mrs. Voelkel's 4th Grade Historians Kensico School Valhalla, New York

1: \American Revolution Haiku Riddles By Mrs. Voelkel's 4th Grade Historians Kensico School Valhalla, New York

2: Copyright 2009 Mrs. Mona Voelkel The Literacy Studio Printed by Mixbook

3: We dedicate our book with love and appreciation to Miss Kristin Falcicchio. We will always remember her enthusiasm for learning!. | Good luck with your teaching career. Your future students are very lucky -The 4th Grade Historians

5: A cash-strapped monarch. Taxed the colonists' paper. Loved by Loyalists.

6: Portrait by Allan Ramsay, 1762 at King George III By Mrs. Voelkel

7: I am a dispute. Began with the colonists. Ended in bloodshed.

8: This engraving based on a painting by Alonzo Chappel was published in 1868. Image at The Boston Massacre By Miss Falcicchio The Boston Massacre By Miss Falcicchio

9: We're lonely and poor. We were mad at the British. We paid lots of tax.

10: The colonists. By Adriana and Erika

11: Taught John Smith hunting. She was a helpful princess. Married to John Ralf.

12: Edmund Ollier, Cassell's History of the United States (1874–1877) at pocahontas_illustration.jpg Pocahontas By Erika and Adriana

13: I was the fighter. The one to ride at midnight. So fast on my horse.

14: This image is available from the Archival Research Catalog of the National Archives and Records Administration under the ARC Identifier 535721 Paul Revere By Alexandra

15: We blast at the fight. Blood went in the air so fast. Blood-red like our clothes.

16: The Redcoats ByAlexandra

17: The king's funny fool. He always makes the king laugh. Servant of the king.

18: Jester By Matthew

19: He was president. He practiced his violin. He read Shakespeare's books.

20: Painting of Jefferson by Rembrandt Peale (1805) at Thomas Jefferson By Sofia and Joseph

21: Made an invention. Was famous and admired. Flew kite in air.

22: 1777 Jean-Baptiste Greuze portrait of Benjamin Franklin By Tyrique

23: British made the song. It made fun of the colonial army. It was a nickname.

24: "Yankee Doodle" By Paolo

25: Lots of firing. The Redcoats won the battle. The colonists lost.

26: This engraving based on a painting by Alonzo Chappel was published in 1868. Image at The Boston Massacre By Amanda and Tytiona

27: I had wooden teeth. I was the first president. I had two children.

28: Portrait of George Washington by Gilbert Stuart at George Washington ByAmanda and Tytiona

29: Dolls hung to scare me. They had to work for King George. Collected money.

30: Image available at 2005/amrev/cleo.htm Tax Collectors By Kari

31: A tax on paper. Colonists were unhappy. They stopped buying goods.

32: Printed in London (in 1766) by Mark Baskett. at The Stamp Act By Arianna and Viviana

33: Was a colonist. Tried to help the colonist. A Redcoat killed him.

34: at Crispus Attucks ByJohn and Andrew

35: 1754. British took over French land. 1763.

36: Map of the scene of operations of the French and Indian War at The French and Indian War By Dil

37: American Revolution Bibliography Anderson, Laurie Halse. Independent Dames. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 2008. Bennett, William J.. The Children's Book of America. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 1998. Bergan, Michael. The Boston Massacre. Mankato, Minnesota: Capstone Press, 2006. Cohn, Amy L.. From Sea to Shining Sea. New York, NY: Scholastic, 1993. Davis, Kenneth C.. Don't Know Much About American History. New York, NY: HarperCollins, 2003. Doedan, Matt. The Boston Tea Party. Mankato, Minnesota: Capstone Press, 2005. Egger-Bovet, Howard. Book of the American Revolution. New York, NY: Little Brown & Company, 1994. Fradin, Dennis Brindell. Who Was Thomas Jefferson?. New York, NY: Grosset & Dunlap, 2003. Freedman, Russell. Give Me Liberty!. New York, NY: Holiday House, 2000. Harness, Cheryl. The Remarkable Benjamin Franklin. Washington D.C.: National Geographic, 2005. Kirkpatrick, Katherine. Redcoats and Petticoats. New York, NY: Holiday House, 1999. Leveled Texts for Social Studies: Early America. Huntington Beach, CA: Shell Education, 2007. Niz, Xavier. Paul Revere's Ride. Mankato, Minnesota: Capstone Press, 2006 Prelutsky, Jack. If Not for the Cat. China: Greenwillow Books, 2004. Paul Revere's Ride: Reader's Theater. Pelham, New York: Benchmark Education Company, 2007. Schanzer, Rosalyn. George vs. George: The American Revolution as seen from Both Sides. Washington D.C.: National Geographic, 2004. Sheinkin, Steve. King George: What Was His Problem?. New York, NY: Roaring Brook Press, 2005. Wirkner, Linda. Learning About the American Revolution with Graphic Organizers. New York, NY: PowerKids Press, 2005. ReadWriteThink Lessons: Using Pictures to Build Schema for Social Studies Content at Paul Revere: American Patriot at Solving Word Meanings: Engaging Strategies for Vocabulary Development at Voicethread

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  • Title: American Revolution Haiku
  • After our study of the American Revolution, the haiku riddles of Jack Prelutsky inspired students to write their own! Mentor Text: If Not for the Cat By Jack Prelutsky
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  • Published: about 9 years ago