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Stamp Act of 1765: History Workbook for Grades 1-3
This fun, informative workbook is a whopping 22 pages in length (11 pages if you print it double-sided). Designed for children in first through third grade, it covers the Stamp Act (1765) in great detail. It contains recall questions, map work, handwriting/spelling practice, illustrations, and more. Completed independently or as a class, this is a useful tool for content-area reading.
Stamp Act of 1765: History Workbook for Grades 1-3 - Free to print (PDF file).
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One day, Grenville called the colonial agents together, and said, "I think I see a way to raise money from the colonies--a way which will succeed, and which will not make the colonists angry."

Then, Grenville set forth this plan: "England shall stamp paper. This shall be sent to the colonies and the colonists shall buy it. They shall use it in all business. For example, if one man sells a piece of land to another, the deed shall be written on the stamped paper. The money thus paid by the colonists for this stamped paper shall be the colonial tax, and all other taxes shall be removed from the American colonies."

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.