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First grade America Unit

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First grade America Unit

  • 25 Pins

Abraham Lincoln

The First Grade Sweet Life

Getting to know Abraham Lincoln

I {Heart} Teaching: Getting to Know You...

Getting to know George Washington

I {Heart} Teaching: Getting to Know You...

Biography Poster

Primary Graffiti: Biography and Text Feature Freebies

The President Song

A list of links to sites and videos for President's Day!

technology rocks. seriously.: President's Day Sites & Videos

3 video links to explain Thanksgiving to kids

A little techy help with Thanksgiving weekend - Cool Mom Picks

INSPIRATIONAL VIDEO - Famous Failures: a reminder that no one was perfect the first time (1:15 min)

the mouse on the mayflower

Pilgrim Children anchor chart, writing with craft and lap book.

Learning With Firsties: Pilgrims, Pilgrims, Everywhere!


Sailing Into Second: President's Day Freebie!

This is perfect art for teaching kids about American Symbols and practicing skills like writing, place value, fact and opinion, and phonics!

Teacher to the Core: American Symbols Art

Washington and Lincoln (SIMPLE) timelines for Kindergarten and First Grade. Perfect for Presidents' Day. $

Abe Lincoln video

Ideas for teaching citizenship plus FREE printables

Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school: Citizenship

Step by step directions for drawing Abraham Lincoln and George Washington


FREEBIE!! America, the Beautiful - An Introduction to American Symbols

American Symbols {Statue of Liberty, American Flag, Mount Rushmore} Writing Prompt Craftivities (86 pages)--a fun way to add a craft and a writing assignment... TpT$

Cute eagle glyph to go along with American Symbols thematic unit :)

Great way to visually explain levels of government leadership! (I think this would be helpful to older kids too!)

Ruby Bridges, the first African-American child to attend an all-white elementary school in the American South, escorted by U.S. Marshals dispatched by President Eisenhower for her safety, 14 November, 1960

Tour the 50 STATES video. This is so cool! Learning states and capitals.