This reading passage is written for elementary students who benefit from modified texts in social studies. The biography of Paul Revere focuses only on the most important information about his legacy as a historical figure in U.S. History. Utilize this passage as a support for your unit on the American Revolution!This is the first of a series of passages about important people in U.S.
Paul Revere (1734 – 1818), American silversmith, engraver, early industrialist, and a Patriot in the American Revolution. "Revere's business declined and was so poor that an attempt was made to attach his property in late 1765. To help make ends meet he even took up dentistry, a skill set he was taught by a practicing surgeon who lodged at a friend's house." [J. S. Copley - Paul Revere. C. 1768-70.] See: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/287386019945727479/
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.