• The Battle Scarred Walls of Fort Pulaski

    Fort Pulaski

    National Monument Georgia

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    Fort Scavenger Hunt for Grades 5-6

    Fort Scavenger Hunt for Grades 5-6

    In this teacher-led activity, the scavenger hunt functions as an interactive, self-guided fort tour for students. The student worksheet requires them to answer several questions as they visit various locations inside the fort.

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    Pre-Visit Word Search for Grades 7-8

    Pre-Visit Word Search for Grades 7-8

    This word search activity is designed to be used as a pre-visit activity before bringing your students to Fort Pulaski. Answers are included.

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    Pre-visit Word Search for Grades 4-6

    Pre-visit Word Search for Grades 4-6

    This word search activity is designed to be used as a pre-visit activity before bringing your students to Fort Pulaski. Answers are included.

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    Fort Scavenger Hunt for Grades 2-4

    Fort Scavenger Hunt for Grades 2-4

    This is a teacher-led activity to be done on site at the fort. The scavenger hunt functions as an interactive, self-guided fort tour for students. The student worksheet requires them to answer several questions as they visit various locations inside the fort.

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    The Other Side of Fort Pulaski: Walking Tour Outside the Fort

    The Other Side of Fort Pulaski: Walking Tour Outside the Fort

    This is a teacher-led activity to be done on site at the fort. The teacher will lead a walk around the outside of the fort to show students dramatic battle damage from the Civil War battle, including projectiles that are still lodged in the brick walls. It also highlights the salt marsh ecology on Cockspur Island, and shows how human influence has repeatedly changed the island’s environment over time.

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    Cannons and Casemates: Self-guided Fort Tour

    Cannons and Casemates: Self-guided Fort Tour

    This is a teacher-guided activity to be done on-site at the fort. Students will learn about the fort's construction and history. Plentiful photographs and a fort map will assist teachers in leading this tour through the fort.

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    Cannons by the Numbers

    Cannons by the Numbers

    In this teacher-led activity, students will stop at several locations in Fort Pulaski featuring cannons or equipment used with cannons. Students will learn about the weight, range and usage of cannons while solving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division problems.

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    Simple Machines for a Complex Job

    Simple Machines for a Complex Job

    This is a teacher-led activity to be done on site at the fort. Students will learn about the vital role played by simple machines to accomplish challenging tasks at Fort Pulaski. The moving and lifting of heavy cannons, the aiming and loading of the bulky weapons, and other “heavy lifting” was achieved with simple machines. The unsung heroes of Fort Pulaski were the lever, the pulley, the wheel, the screw and the inclined plane.

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    Pre-visit Graphic Organizer

    Pre-visit Graphic Organizer

    Students can complete the spider acitivty as a pre-visit activity prior to making a field trip to Fort Pulaski. Answers are included.

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    Pre-visit Student Worksheet

    Pre-visit Student Worksheet

    This is a worksheet for students to do prior to their visit to Fort Pulaski. Answers are included.

Did You Know?

Southeast corner repair work

The breach made in Fort Pulaski's southeast corner was repaired by Union soldiers within six weeks following the battle for the fort in 1862. Fort Pulaski National Monument, Georgia