Paul Revere Activities for Kids

Instructor: Clio Stearns

Clio has taught education courses at the college level and has a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction.

Learning about Paul Revere can be an exciting way for students to study United States history. This lesson offers some activities that will make learning about his life and work and hands-on and engaging experience.

Why Paul Revere Activities?

Are you teaching your students about the American Revolution? If so, you might be spending some time focusing on key figures in revolutionary history. Paul Revere is a character who students can often get very excited about, because his life was interesting, he was brave and embodied many characteristics typically associated with heroism, and his famous ride is often considered a hallmark of the Revolution. To get students interested in Paul Revere's life and career, you might want to consider incorporating activities into your instruction. The activities in this lesson make learning about Paul Revere engaging and accessible to students regardless of their learning styles and strengths.

Visual Activities

These activities are good for students who are visual learners, process information better when they have pictures to associate with it, and benefit from working with graphic organizers.

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