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A Valentine for America
The historical JFK quote, “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country” is used to create the perfect valentine for America. Your students will learn how Abraham Lincoln united our country when her heart was broken.
Raising the Standard, Understanding our Constitution
Teach the purpose and meaning of the Constitution to students with this integrated, engaging lesson plan. This lesson defines and illustrates our form of government through differentiated instruction. The three branches of government and voting are explained in memorable, applicable ways. With language arts, math, and science our Constitution will be understandable and exciting to students, teachers, and families.
Liberty’s Vision FREE
Join the signers of the Declaration of Independence, understand the importance of a keystone, and see how our liberty is protected.
Liberty’s Penny FREE
Through the message of a penny, discover what unites the diverse cultures of America. All ages will understand the meaning of liberty and how to protect and grow it in your life. Liberty’s Penny illustrates that power comes to a liberty loving people. Using music, math, science and language arts makes liberty unforgettable at even the youngest age.
Meet Lady Liberty! Why is she a symbol of America? Where did she come from? Learn about immigration in the early 1900’s and the refuge America is for people around the world. Math, art, and language arts are infused in this lesson in unforgettable ways.
In this lesson, the symbols of America are easily and beautifully taught through music, math, art, social studies and language arts. Students and families will love to experience the creation of our Star Spangled Banner and understand its magnitude through graphing and geometry. They will learn to express their respect for America and her symbols through art, music, and poetry.Using this unique multi-media and cooperative learning lesson, teaching American symbols will be an unforgettable experience.
Reminds educators and families of their personal worth and valuable roles they play in our world. This easy to read book and lesson plan brings a whole new level of learning into the classroom and home. Visuals, hands on experience, printable worksheets, art projects, video, activities, and rubric are rich with resources making it adaptable to any age. The lesson plan is created with differentiated instruction in science, social studies, math, and language arts.
Students will be a member of America’s Honor Team as they learn about our veterans and their acts of valor in receiving the medal of honor. They will understand that these honorable men and women protect and provide our freedom, and because of them we have civil rights and liberties. Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks and Ruby Bridges are given honor for their actions that help us remember we are all created equal. Media rich resources inspire you to teach with differentiated instruction. Creatively designed writing assessments, science experiments, and the multi-media imaging of the courageous actions of America’s people inspires students to honor others and behave in honorable ways.
I Spy a Patriot
Through this unique multimedia, integrated lesson children will understand how to be a patriot. Learning about the earliest patriots in our country will help them recognize the patriots of our time, including the hero’s of 9/11 and the everyday actions of patriots living in their communities. You will teach students to understand the Declaration of Independence, to love home and country, and to recognize the power of giving. Assessing their understanding through language arts, science and critical thinking will enable you to engage your students and promote growth in learning.
Miracle of the Poppy Beautiful, unique historical documents will create a respect and admiration for our veterans and liberty. Documents include letters and correspondence between families, photos, advertisements, postcards, military cartoons, and telegrams. Study these documents of Vitold Skrzypczak’s (pronounced SCRIP-CHECK) life in military service and teach students to look for text evidence and inferences in documents. PDF copy available per request by email.
Thank you, America FREE
Students Will Value and Practice Gratitude In Their Lives Which Will Increase Their Self-Esteem and Happiness In Living. Have you ever wondered where the tradition of the American Thanksgiving began? This lesson is focused on the power of the written word. Sarah Hales’ letters and President Lincoln’s pivotal speeches and proclamations in the year 1863 teach students that in the midst of American tragedy, having an attitude of gratitude united our nation. Teaching gratitude with resources and stories from American history will unite your classroom and inspire them to become superheroes of giving thanks.