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The Thirteen Original Colonies Created by Kim AndersenTEKS: 5.1b, 5.10b, 5.11b, 5.14ab Click on the star to answer a question. If you answer correctly, a piece of the puzzle will disappear revealing a part of the hidden picture. If you answer incorrectly, you will be sent back to the start to try again. Click Start to begin. Economics and Important People
Based on this quote, which statement would Anne Hutchinson most likely agree with? A. Women are not allowed to speak in church.Women are not allowed to speak in church. B. God does not love those who break the rules.God does not love those who break the rules. C. Only men can have opinions on the Bible.Only men can have opinions on the Bible. D. Actions are not necessary for God's love.Actions are not necessary for God's love. When they preach a [contract] of works for [entry into heaven], that is not truth. - Anne Hutchinson, 1637-
According to the map, which southern colony made money from growing wheat? [Click on the colony.]
Click on Roger Williams’ colony, Rhode Island Rhode Island.
Based on this quote, what did Roger Williams believe in? A. the right to assemblethe right to assemble B. freedom of religionfreedom of religion C. freedom of the pressfreedom of the press D. the right to bear armsthe right to bear arms No man shall be required to worship or maintain a worship against his will. -Roger Williams, 1640-
According to the map, Which colony did NOT build ships as part of their economy? A.) PennsylvaniaPennsylvania B.) ConnecticutConnecticut C.) MassachusettsMassachusetts D.) New YorkNew York
Click on William Penn’s colony, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania.
William Penn established a colony in Pennsylvania so that… A. England could better govern America.England could better govern America. B. he could have a colony named after him.he could have a colony named after him. C. Puritans could have more room to grow.Puritans could have more room to grow. D. Quakers could practice their faith freely.Quakers could practice their faith freely.
Click on the product, in the key or on the map, that was only grown in the New England colonies.
This is considered the very first political cartoon in America’s history. It first appeared in the Pennsylvania Gazette on the May 9,1754, and was meant to indicate that if the colonies did not unite to stand up to the unfair laws of the British government, then the colonies would not be strong enough to make a difference and would fail at gaining more rights. It later became an encouraging flag during the Revolutionary War for the thirteen colonies to stay united in an effort to claim total independence from England. Who was the person who drew this powerful political cartoon? A.) Anne Hutchinson B.) William Penn C.) Benjamin Franklin D.) George Washington
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