Discovering who King George the III was may be just the thing your American history social studies units needs. When students explore the character traits it helps shed light on many aspects of the time period, making it real and memorable.
Who Was King George the III
Teach social studies with a memorable focus on how the American colonists were treated by King George the III. Have students write and give evidence of character traits of the king and how it relates to the Boston tea party. This will be a solid social studies lesson plan…
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