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Freedmen’s Bureau Reading Packet + Distance Learning

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History: USA


Grade 4



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After the Civil War, the Freedmen's Bureau was established to aid former slaves. This informative reading packet introduces students to the Freedmen's Bureau and its important work helping freed slaves build new lives. Students will read a passage explaining the Freedmen's Bureau's purpose, challenges, successes, and ultimate failure. Multiple choice questions, graphic organizers, vocabulary building exercises, and more give students various ways to engage with the content and show their learning. Use these materials for whole group instruction, small group work, independent reading, or as a take-home assignment. The reading passage and activities are designed for 4th grade, but could be adapted for other grades studying this period in history. Answer keys are included for teacher reference. Both print and digital formats are available. This Freedman's Bureau reading packet is an engaging way for students to learn about reconstruction era programs for former slaves. The materials are factual and thoughtfully presented without sensationalism. Pick up this ready-to-go educational resource for your next social studies unit.

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1 PDF with 8 ready to print pages

2 Google Slides links

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