Midnight Riders 19 April, 1775 Paul Revere, William Dawes Dr. Samuel Prescott

What was the Name of Paul Revere’s Horse?

The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere (painted by N. Wyeth) "Ready to ride & spread the alarm, through every Middlesex, Village & Farm" (H. Longfellow) 18 April, Patriots Day in Massachusetts.

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 Bio - passage with emphasis on main points for elementary (second, third, fourth, fifth grade)

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote his poem “Paul Revere’s Ride” in 1860. The poem is about how American patriot Paul Revere rode through the countryside to warn the colonists of an attack by the British during the American Revolution. Students read the beginning of the poem and then work on several skill-building activites about the poem.

Literature Activity Set: Patriot Poem: Paul Revere's Ride

Free, printable reading comprehension set about Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem, “Paul Revere’s Ride”.

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.

Paul Revere Lapbook

Paul Revere - Paul Revere Lapbook Do you need to add a little more excitement and engagement to your Paul Revere unit?

The Paul Revere statue in front of the Old North Church. | 29 Reasons To Love Boston

29 Reasons To Love Boston

This is a short visualization of Paul Revere's famous ride.  It was shot at Old Sturbridge Village in Sturbridge, MA with an almost entirely volunteer cast and crew.  It has been freely given to schools throughout the world to use in classrooms.

WEEK 18 - This is a short visualization of Paul Revere's famous ride. It was shot at Old Sturbridge Village in Sturbridge, MA with an almost entirely volunteer cast and crew. It has been freely given to schools throughout the world to use in classrooms.

Paul Revere And revolutionary war crafts

Paul Revere Craft Ideas for Children

Paul Revere - Homeschool History...Watch The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere

I love this website for FREE US History Primary Sources. These are powerful! This image shows the battle at Concord Bridge

Andy Griffith and Paul Revere's Ride ... "The British Is Coming ... The British Is Coming" ... history was never funnier ... lol

Andy Griffith and Paul Revere's Ride As only Andy can do, he quickly tells the story of Paul Revere to Barney and the little boys. While it is just the basic historical story, it's a lovely little reminder that we all still remember Paul Revere.

Built in 1680, Paul Revere House is the oldest wooden building still standing in Boston.  Home to Paul Revere from 1770 to 1800.

Built in Paul Revere's house is the oldest wooden building still standing in Boston. Home to Paul Revere from 1770 to

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