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Lapbooking projects give students the ability to be creative while organizing and presenting information on a selected topic. (See description below for more information on the benefits of lapbooking.)
This lapbooking resource has been designed around the 4th of July! Students will be asked to include items such as…
– Pledge of Allegiance
– Answers to questions such as “From what country did we win our independence?” and “What war was fount to win our independence?”
– Information about founding fathers: George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and others
– American Symbols
This resource is a great extension activity for 2nd-3rd grade students who have just finished learning about Columbus. Students will use their creative imagination and write a travel log as if they were an actual crew member aboard a voyage with Columbus. They will then create a ‘telling telescope’ for their travel log and a fun little sailor hat!
“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.
This resource includes 20 vocabulary words related to Memorial Day ready to print, laminate and use in your classroom (word wall).
– Spelling words for one week in May
– Social Studies vocabulary words to study while learning about the holiday
– Assign a Memorial Day writing lesson having students use as many words as possible
Students will enjoy creating their own Christopher Columbus book with this resources! They can use to create a story, report or poem about Columbus.
- – 3 cover templates (blank, Christopher Columbus, A Story of Courage)
- – 12 inside page templates