Daniel Boone Lesson for Kids: Biography & Facts

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Daniel Boone discovered and help settle which area?

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1. What road was taken through the Appalachian Mountains to get to Kentucky?

2. When Boone was 15 he started a _____ business.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Daniel Boone was famous for many things. This worksheet and quiz will test you on the place he discovered, what his first business was, and what he did during the French and Indian War.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Quiz questions cover:

  • Which road people took to go through the Appalachian Mountains
  • What area Daniel Boone helped to discover and settle
  • How he helped during the French and Indian War

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - understand what you have read about what Daniel Boone was known for
  • Information recall - remember what you read about what kind of business he started when he was only 15 years old
  • Knowledge application - use what you have learned to name the place Boone helped to settle

Additional Learning

Check out the lesson titled Daniel Boone Lesson for Kids: Biography & Facts to find out more about him. When you're finished, you should be able to:

  • Explain what a pioneer is and why Daniel Boone can be called one
  • Tell when and where he was born
  • Describe how the Shawnee Indians felt about his colony
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