Civil War Interactive Notebook


Are you looking for an engaging way to teach the Civil War? This interactive notebook covers all things Civil War, including events leading up to it and important people, while also covering reading skills and strategies.

File Type

PDF (Acrobat) Document File

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This Product Covers:
✓ Important vocabulary
✓ Key abolitionists, freedom fighters, generals, and other important people
✓ Tension building events, such as the Missouri Compromise, Nat Turner’s Rebellion, Amistad Rebellion, Compromise of 1850 (or as an alternative The Appeasement of 1850), Kansas-Nebraska Act (Bleeding Kansas), Dred Scott Decision, John Brown’s Raid, the book Uncle Tom’s Cabin, and much more
✓ Disagreements between the North and the South (sorting differences between the two regions)
✓ Reasons for war
✓ The Underground Railroad and slavery/labor camps
✓ The war – including advantages and disadvantages of both sides; which states fought for which side; major battles; and Sherman’s March to the Sea
✓ Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and Emancipation Proclamation
✓ Biographies for Lincoln, Barton, Tubman, Grant, Lee, Davis, and others

The Following Reading Skills Are Covered:
✓ Cause and effect
✓ Chronological order and timeline creation
✓ Point of view
✓ Descriptive writing
✓ Main idea
✓ Summarizing
✓ Paraphrasing

With This Product You’ll Get:
✓ Blank foldables to accommodate for terms and concepts of your own
✓ Easy to understand directions to assemble with a picture to visualize the completed resource
✓ Cut and glue options for when there is little space to write
✓ Multiple options on concepts
✓ Answer keys
✓ Printable & digital version via Google Slides (this can also be used as review or practice instead of just an interactive notebook piece)
✓ culturally appropriate terms and alternatives such as “north & south” instead of “confederate and union”

This resource is not editable. I cannot allow the resource to be editable due to the Terms of Use on the clip art used. Thank you for understanding. It also does not come with information to help your students understand the Civil War. You would need to provide the materials to teach it.

Printing Notes:
I would suggest printing “as image” to avoid any potential issues. Please also make sure your adobe reader (or the like program) is up-to-date.

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If you see ANYTHING that needs modifying, or if you have any questions, please contact me via my contact form in the menu. I take my product creation and your satisfaction very seriously! Thanks!


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