California Gold Rush Notebooking Unit for Teens – FREE

In 1848, gold was first discovered in California. Then, in 1849, our country saw the largest mass migration it has ever seen. The men who left everything behind were risk takers and adventure seekers. They wanted their share of the riches coming from the earth.

Gold fever was spreading!

We’ve written this guide for you and your teen to use while studying the California Gold Rush. It’s not only a great resource to guide your lesson planning, but it’s also an excellent way to keep track of everything you discover. Consider letting your teen go through these pages on their own. They can do the research and share what they learn with you.

California Gold Rush Notebooking Unit for Teens - FREE @Education Possible

Subscriber Freebie – Experience the California Gold Rush

We’re offering this 25 page California Gold Rush Notebooking Pages and Learning Activities unit as a thank you to all of our wonderful subscribers.

What’s inside?

  • Mapping the Gold Rush
  • Research Questions
  • Discussion Questions
  • Financials of Gold Mining
  • Writing Prompts
  • Drawing the Gold Rush
  • Let’s Cook
  • Let’s Play

It’s our hope that by using our guide, your study of the California Gold Rush is easy, engaging, and memorable!

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Megan Zechman
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  1. Hi. This looks great, can’t wait to look at it. I have been a subscriber for a while, but can’t find anything in the email from which to download it. Where do I look or what do I do? Thanks.

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