A group ofvolunteersoldiersWhen alargenumber ofmuskets isfired at onceA type ofdemocraticgovernmentwhere peopleelect officials torepresent them.Torefuseto obeyName of thecolonistsoldiers ledby GeorgeWashingtonThe group ofpatriots who metto talk about howthe coloniesshould deal withEnglandA governmentwhere the powerand laws aremade by a singleperson called amonarch or kingAnother namefor loyalistswho supportedBritishGovernmentA name thatreferred toBritish soldiersduring theRevolutionaryWarNicknamefor BritishSoldiersThelawmakersof BritishGovernmentcolonial soldierswho agreed tobe ready to fightthe British at aminute's noticeThe colonistwere againsttaxes becausethey had no sayin BritishlawmakingTo refuseto buy orsell goodsor servicesA colonistwho wantedto break freefrom Britain'sRuleA treaty signedby both the U.S.and Britain thatended theRevolutionaryWarA group ofpatriotsorganized toprotest actionsof the BritishGovernmentThe crime ofbetrayingone'scountryA suddenor greatchangeA colonistwhoremainedloyal toBritainFirst shotof therevolutionAnother name forthe patriots whofought against theBritish governmentfor independenceA long thin rodthat pushedgunpowderdown the barrelof a musketA bladeattached tothe end ofa musketA group ofvolunteersoldiersWhen alargenumber ofmuskets isfired at onceA type ofdemocraticgovernmentwhere peopleelect officials torepresent them.Torefuseto obeyName of thecolonistsoldiers ledby GeorgeWashingtonThe group ofpatriots who metto talk about howthe coloniesshould deal withEnglandA governmentwhere the powerand laws aremade by a singleperson called amonarch or kingAnother namefor loyalistswho supportedBritishGovernmentA name thatreferred toBritish soldiersduring theRevolutionaryWarNicknamefor BritishSoldiersThelawmakersof BritishGovernmentcolonial soldierswho agreed tobe ready to fightthe British at aminute's noticeThe colonistwere againsttaxes becausethey had no sayin BritishlawmakingTo refuseto buy orsell goodsor servicesA colonistwho wantedto break freefrom Britain'sRuleA treaty signedby both the U.S.and Britain thatended theRevolutionaryWarA group ofpatriotsorganized toprotest actionsof the BritishGovernmentThe crime ofbetrayingone'scountryA suddenor greatchangeA colonistwhoremainedloyal toBritainFirst shotof therevolutionAnother name forthe patriots whofought against theBritish governmentfor independenceA long thin rodthat pushedgunpowderdown the barrelof a musketA bladeattached tothe end ofa musket

Revolutionary WAR - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. A group of volunteer soldiers
  2. When a large number of muskets is fired at once
  3. A type of democratic government where people elect officials to represent them.
  4. To refuse to obey
  5. Name of the colonist soldiers led by George Washington
  6. The group of patriots who met to talk about how the colonies should deal with England
  7. A government where the power and laws are made by a single person called a monarch or king
  8. Another name for loyalists who supported British Government
  9. A name that referred to British soldiers during the Revolutionary War
  10. Nickname for British Soldiers
  11. The lawmakers of British Government
  12. colonial soldiers who agreed to be ready to fight the British at a minute's notice
  13. The colonist were against taxes because they had no say in British lawmaking
  14. To refuse to buy or sell goods or services
  15. A colonist who wanted to break free from Britain's Rule
  16. A treaty signed by both the U.S. and Britain that ended the Revolutionary War
  17. A group of patriots organized to protest actions of the British Government
  18. The crime of betraying one's country
  19. A sudden or great change
  20. A colonist who remained loyal to Britain
  21. First shot of the revolution
  22. Another name for the patriots who fought against the British government for independence
  23. A long thin rod that pushed gunpowder down the barrel of a musket
  24. A blade attached to the end of a musket