Colonial American Careers: Tradesmen and Craftsmen, Part 1
NEW FOR 2017! This product contains 9 one-page reading passages** covering Apprenticeships and six Colonial Tradesmen: Gunsmiths, Printers, Apothecaries, Wigmakers, Tailors, and Tanners, This product is perfect for SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS, enrichment learning, homeschool or co-ops! The reading passages are great for CLOSE READING with any non-fiction graphic organizer (two included).
THIS LESSON INCLUDES READING PASSAGES, ACTIVITIES, REVIEW GAME, WORKSHEET AND TEACHER’S KEY.
Colonial Tradesmen and Craftsmen were the backbone of the American Colonies. Craftsmen were responsible for growing the colonies by building structures, making tools, crafting furniture, and creating goods and products that made everyday life possible.
9 one-page reading passages covering the following topics:
Colonial Tradesmen and Craftsmen
Apprenticeships in Colonial America
Other Apprentices (Paupers and Females)
Colonial Apothecaries and Midwives
Colonial Tailors, Mantua-Makers and Milliners
This product includes the following classroom activities:
Complete Job Application
Trading Cards (Name that Craftsman! AND Four Facts and a Lie)
Research Other Colonial Tradesmen
Write a Letter Home!
Review Game: Bingo Words and Clues
Be an Apothecary - Interpret Colonial Cures and Treatments!
Mind Your Ps and Qs
Sew a Button!
Be a Printer! - Create a Newspaper!