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Suggested Revolutionary War Websites for Kids

Enjoy a “virtual marching tour of the American Revolution”. The site takes you through the journey a soldier would have made from the Battle of the Clouds to Germantown to Valley Forge. It includes several interesting details along the way.

This website offers a mix of random information, but is well organized and provides an impressive range of history from pre-1700 to 1790.

Teachers and students will find this resource helpful with many quizzes to test your knowledge.

This site is a good educational source for students and teachers. It includes a forum, fun zone, and several pictures of battle sites, including a virtual tour. It even offers printable word searches, such as ‘Battles of the Revolution’ and ‘Signers of the Declaration of Independence’.

This source allows you to hear readings and view original letters from those serving in the war.

University of Texas’ library site offers a variety of historical U.S. maps.

Use this site to locate other web sources on the Revolutionary War.

This is Colonial Williamsburg’s educational website and is full of detailed information.  Also check http://www.colonialwilliamsburg.org/kids/ which is Colonial Williamsburg’s kid friendly website.

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