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Students analyze the historical and cultural influences that shaped the symbolic meaning of the Liberty Bell, located in Phila., PA, evaluate the accuracy of historical sources, and research the way patriotic symbols are used in their...
United States symbols are the subject of a video brought to you by BrainPop Jr. Hosts, Annie and Moby, begin with a definition of the word symbol, then go on to detail ten American symbols—the American flag, a Bald Eagle, the Liberty...
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Sixteen lessons make up a read-aloud anthology centered around America's journey toward independence. Scholars hear texts about the Boston Tea Party, Betsy Ross, the Found Fathers, the Liberty Bell, and more! Pupils discuss their...
Even though a teacher using this resource might want to change some of the information in this presentation about U.S. symbols, it has elements that may not sit well with some people. Parts of it would be useful in a lower grade...
Young historians take a close look at the most famous patriotic symbols of the United States and determine what they actually stand for. Symbols such as Uncle Sam, The Statue of Liberty, The Bald Eagle, and The Liberty Bell are studied....
Third graders examine American national symbols such as the Bald Eagle, Liberty Bell, American Flag, National Anthem, and what these symbols mean to the nation. Learn the history of the symbols, their use, and meaning.
Students learn about and discuss the important symbols that represent America. In this symbols lesson plan, students cut out pictures of the bald eagle, American flag, Liberty Bell, and more. They color them when they have them cut out.
In this daily writing prompt worksheet, learners learn that on July 8, 1835 the Liberty Bell cracked. Students use resources in the classroom to learn 5 facts about the Liberty Bell and summarize them in their own words.
Elementary math minds complete various activities to memorize the multiples of nine. They watch a PowerPoint presentation and demonstrate the finger trick. Unfortunately the link to the multiplication activities does not take you...
Young mathematicians complete various activities to demonstrate proficiency in telling time and identifying elapsed time. They analyze and discuss television schedules, create a booklet about their daily activities, produce a TV. guide,...
Learners read the 19 nouns on the elephant and then circle each noun that is a proper noun. They write 10 additional proper nouns on the lines provided on the second elephant.
Students take a pre-trip quiz about the Statue of Liberty and take a photo tour on the Internet. They then produce a grid drawing of an object and use a known measurement to estimate unknown measurements.
Young scholars define what a patriotic symbol means, as well as sing a patriotic song. In this social science lesson students work in groups to write about a patriotic symbol. Groups draw pictures of their symbols.
Students make hats that display the symbols of America. In this American symbols lessons, students research information about and make hats that show a symbol of America such as the Statue of Liberty, Mt. Rushmore, and the American Flag....
In this Pennsylvania facts worksheet, students research Pennsylvania history and trivia and answer questions where they calculate the answers about Pennsylvania. Students complete 10 questions.
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Students identify foods that belong in each group on the food guide pyramid. They discuss how TV and peers may negatively influence eating habits.
Fifth graders investigate the basic persuasive techniques employed in advertising. They identify three examples of propaganda/persuasive techniques, complete an observation chart, take an advertising quiz, complete a spreadsheet that...
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