Students will need to unscramble 12 words (or phrases) associated with Flag Day to complete the puzzle! Answer Key provided
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In the United States, National Flag Day is celebrated on June 14. It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States on June 14, 1777 by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. This informational text article will help 6th-7th grade students learn about this day set aside to recognize national flag, how it came about and facts about the U.S. flag. To assess reading comprehension and understanding, there is a short answer worksheet for students to complete after reading the text. Answer key provided.
Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level: 5.7
Grade level: Sixth Grade
The Coleman-Liau Index: 7
Grade level: Seventh Grade
This U.S. Presidents resource has been designed for early learners (Kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade). Kids will begin learning U.S. History and the men who lead the country with these fun notebooking pages and mini-books!
EACH president section contains 5 student pages:
* Coloring page
* Color & Trace page with basic facts
* Color & Write page for students to complete the name of the president, his birthday and 2 facts about him
* Color & Write page for students to create a short report
* Mini-Book for students to complete about the president
See list of included presidents in description below.
This resource, Symbols of the U.S.A. – U.S. History Informational Text, has FIVE parts: The Statue of Liberty, The Liberty Bell, The Great Seal, The Bald Eagle and The American Flag.
In each section, students will have one page of informational text and then 2 pages to assess understanding / comprehension through multiple choice questions and writing prompt page. Answer Keys provided.
This resource will require students to copy the Declaration of Independence in small, manageable sections (22 sections in all). Also included: Names of all signers of the historic document and the colonies they represented.
As students are given each assignment, the door is open to discuss unfamiliar words and ideas as well as how the spelling of some words has changed over the years.