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Here are 6 picture puzzles of George Washington, the 1st President of the United States! Puzzles are an opportunity for young children to explore early math concepts, including shapes, sizes, and how and where one puzzle piece fits with another to make pictures or designs. This type of math involves spatial reasoning. These puzzles are all different which will give students the ability to practice and grow their spatial reasoning skills.
Perfect to use anytime of the year or around Washington’s Birthday or Presidents Day.
This Presidents Day Unit has been designed for PreK – Kindergarten and includes student pages with multiple activities appropriate to use in literacy centers as well as math centers. Students will be asked to trace, cut, paste, match, color, count and more!
See description below for further details.
“In fourteen hundred ninety-two
Columbus sailed the ocean blue.
He had three ships and left from Spain;
He sailed through sunshine, wind and rain…”
This resource will have students copy the entire poem, 14 pages, 2 lines at a time of the famous Columbus poem, “He Sailed the Ocean Blue.” Designed for 1st-2nd grades.
Want to teach Kindergarten or 1st graders about Memorial Day? Here is a unit designed just for them!
Students will learn about this patriotic holiday which is observed in May as they trace, color, draw, create words, write sentences and create a card to give a current or former service member.
This 22 page resource centers around Christopher Columbus and will provide students with practice in…
- – Letter learning (C and S)
- – Fine Motor Skills and Handwriting (tracing and coloring)
- – Counting
- – Comparing
…and includes a tic-tac-toe game, puzzles and coloring pages.
Students will love this creative project. This , & resource will give students templates to create two U.S. President flip books – one for and one for. A great February activity around Presidents’ Day or when discussing Washington and/or Lincoln’s birthdays.
This can be used for 1st, 2nd or 3rd Grades. For younger students, you can opt to give them facts for each president and allow them to choose which ones to write in the books. For older students, you can also choose to have students read a passage that you already have or to do a little research on their own to find facts. Students should write at least 5 facts on each flip book as each will have 5 pages.