Jamestown Task Cards
Virginia Studies: Jamestown Task Cards are a great resource for reviewing concepts about English colonization and life at Jamestown. Jamestown Task Cards includes 28 task cards, 2 student response sheets, and an answer key. Questions are open-ended, multiple choice, and fill in the blank. Makes a great Virginia Studies center, scoot activity, or review game!
What will students review with these task cards?
Topics covered throughout these Jamestown Task Cards:
- Reasons for English settlement in America
- The Virginia Charter
- Reasons for settlement at Jamestown
- Hardships the settlers experienced at Jamestown
- The relationship between the English settlers and the American Indians
- The creation of The General Assembly at Jamestown
- Africans at Jamestown
- Women at Jamestown
What standards are covered?
These task cards are aligned with Virginia Studies SOL VS.3.
Is a digital version included?
This Jamestown Task Cards resource includes BOTH a digital version and a PDF version. The digital version can be accessed through Google Forms and allows students to easily self-check their work. You can also use the Google Forms task cards to track student progress.
When you purchase this product, you will be given access to a link that will allow you to open the file in Google Forms. You’ll then share that file with your students.
Want to save money?
These task cards are included in the Virginia Studies Task Cards Bundle for a discounted price!
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