How the US Flag Changed Throughout History (1776 - Present)
Flag trivia: there is only place where an official flag is never brought to half-mast during a period of mourning. That place?
American Symbols Bingo Game
American symbols is one of my favorite social studies topics to teach with my first graders. This game is the perfect activity to help students learn facts all about the symbols of the United States.
Eagle Song | Distance Learning Printables
Eagle Song Complete Literature Study! Includes: vocabulary, character analysis, author's craft, comprehension, and written response.
USA American Symbols Differentiated Journal Writing for Special Education/Autism
Do you have students who have difficulty coming up with their own thoughts? With three different levels included, this journal prompt pack is perfect for your entire special education classroom, including non-writers, emerging writers, and writers! (See video preview here) This pack is about the USA...
Patriotic "Statue of Liberty" Craft: Summer or Presidents Day
This cute little lady will be a big hit with your kiddos! They will love learning about Lady Liberty. This craft would be a great addition to your 4th of July celebrations or for Presidents Day theme unit. I have included all pattern pieces with this craft.Also included is: Two class books: "Why ...
Respect the Flag Poem
This poem explains how to show respect to the flag by appropriately reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. See other Pledge of Allegiance related products by clicking the link below. Pledge of Allegiance Products Click the link below to visit my store: Jan Ayotte's Academic Alley Copyright (c) Jan Ay...
Pledge of Allegiance
The students color the flag properly. Afterwards they cut out the labels and glue them onto the white strips on the flag. This file is zipped so you will need to be sure you are able to unzip the file. ...
American Symbols Bundle: Eagles, Statue of Liberty, Liberty Bell, Mount Rushmore
Celebrate America! This American Symbols Bundle includes 12 reading passages, photo posters, comprehension questions, and flip books to use throughout the year.
Bald Eagle Dot-to-Dot - Tim's Printables
Connect the dots of the majestic bald eagle. There are 664 dots to connect in order to finish the picture of this bird of prey. This Printable will make a fine addition to a July 4th or Veteran’s day activity afternoon with your kids and students. $3.00 – Download Checkout Added to cart
Washington D.C. Monuments and Memorials Research
A wonderful way to learn about the different monuments and memorials that are located in Washington D.C.Included are templates with questions so students can research just one or all of the listed below monument/s and memorial/s.Washington MonumentThe Lincoln MemorialJefferson MemorialUlysses S. Gra...
Bald Eagle NonFiction Packet for Autism and Special Education
**Updated 10/2016 A non-fiction unit packed with bald eagle information and real photos. Perfect for the Autism/ESE class. The packet contains realistic photographs for better understanding of the images. Generalization can be easier when images are realistic. The packet contains the following:...
Liberty Bell Reading Comprehension U.S. Symbols
This is an informational reading passage about the Liberty Bell with comprehension questions. Includes answer key.