Paul Revere Activities & Games

Instructor: Tara Schofield
Paul Revere is a famous figure in American History, and well-known for his midnight ride to warn of the British troops' arrival. Use the activities and games in this lesson to help your students learn more about Paul Revere and his contributions.

Connecting with Paul Revere

Paul Revere is one of the most famous figures in American history, known most widely for his ride to warn of British forces advancing towards Lexington and Concord. His midnight ride is well-known and was an important event in the American Revolution. Help your students gain a greater understanding and awareness of his impact and involvement by including one or more of the activities below in your lesson plans.

Map the Ride

This exercise will allow students to gain a greater appreciation of the distance and timeframe of Paul Revere's ride. Instruct the students to create a map that depicts the route Paul Revere took on the night of his famous journey. Include major locations, estimated timelines, and significant events during his ride.

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