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Battles The Battle of Bunker Hill was won by the British, but they lost more men.Link to an interactive Battle Site Maphttp://www.eduplace.com/kids/socsci/books/applications/imaps/maps/g5s_u4/index.html Return to Battles
George WashingtonWas a member of the First ContinentalCongressLed troops against the British in BostonInsisted that militias joined his Minutemen Return to Famous People
Thomas JeffersonIs known for writing mostof the Declaration ofIndependence Return to Famous People
This game is designed to review material taught to meet the following South CarolinaState Standard:Standard 4-3: The student will demonstrate an understanding of theconflict between the American colonies and England.Enduring UnderstandingRevolutions result from resistance to conditions perceived as unfair to the peopledemanding changes. In order for students to grasp and draw conclusions relative tothe level of conflicts between the American colonies and England, they will be ableto:Indicators4-3.1 Summarize the major political and economic factors leading to the AmericanRevolution, including the French and Indian War, the Stamp Act, the TeaAct, the Intolerable Acts, and American resistance to these acts throughboycotts, petitions, and congresses.4-3.2 Explain the significance of major ideas and philosophies of governmentreflected in the Declaration of Independence.4-3.3 Summarize the importance of the key battles of the Revolutionary Warincluding the reasons for the American victory, including Lexington andConcord, Bunker (Breed’s Hill), Charleston, Saratoga, Cowpens, andYorktown.4-3.4 Explain how the American Revolution affected attitudes toward slavery andwomen, and impacted the future of Native Americans. Created by Trudie Walke Montgomery