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Here is the American Revolution-themed workbook from America's Story for America's Children. This informational text is designed for students in grades one through three, depending upon individual reading level. Click here to print or download. This workbook is seven pages in length, and includes work in history/social studies, spelling, handwriting, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. The answer key is below.
 

Sample:

After a time, this war came to an end. The English soldiers went back to England, and the colonies were free.

"Now," said the thirteen colonies. "We do not belong to England any more. We are the American people. We will call our country the United States. And we must have a president. Who shall it be?"

"George Washington," the people cried. "For he led our troops on to victory." And indeed, it was George
Washington who led the troops on to victory. He deserved the honor of being president.

The capital city of America at this time was New York. So to this city George Washington went to be made
the first president of the United States. The ceremony of officially making someone the president is called an inauguration.

4. Who became the first president of the United States?
a. Benjamin Franklin
b. General Gage
c. George Washington
d. John Adams

 
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Answer Key: 1. C - French and Indian War; 2. July 4, 1776; 3. General Gage; 4. C - George Washington; 5. On map; 6. On map; 7. A - northeast; 8. D - southwest.

 
 
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.2.1: Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.