Declaration of Independence: "In Your Words" (Reading, Rephrasing, & Creating)!   Have your students rephrase and "act out" key parts of the Declaration of Independence!

Declaration of Independence: "In Your Words!" Students critique and restate

Declaration of Independence: "In Your Words" (Reading, Rephrasing, & Creating)! Have your students rephrase and "act out" key parts of the Declaration of Independence!

Declaration of Independence is a Social Studies lesson designed to teach upper elementary students about the historical context in which the document was written. Students read an original, content-rich informational text about the Declaration. They use information in the text to create a foldable to answer the questions - who, what, where, when, and why. Students then apply their knowledge to a constructed-response writing prompt in which they must cite their evidence using details in the…

Declaration of Independence

Declaration of Independence is a Social Studies lesson designed to teach upper elementary students about the historical context in which the document was written. Students read an original, content-rich informational text about the Declaration. They use information in the text to create a foldable to answer the questions - who, what, where, when, and why. Students then apply their knowledge to a constructed-response writing prompt in which they must cite their evidence using details in the…

The Declaration of Independence: A Transcription  Charters of Freedom    IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776.

The Declaration of Independence: A Transcription Charters of Freedom IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776.

Use this fun word search puzzle to introduce or close a unit on the U.S. Declaration of Independence. The first part of the Declaration is given with the 32 words to find underlined, so puzzlers will be familiarizing themselves with the text as they look for the words. You could make this an end of the year handout and kids could do it on July 4th.

Declaration of Independence Word Search

Use this fun word search puzzle to introduce or close a unit on the U.S. Declaration of Independence. The first part of the Declaration is given with the 32 words to find underlined, so puzzlers will be familiarizing themselves with the text as they look for the words. You could make this an end of the year handout and kids could do it on July 4th.

If you teach the Declaration of Independence, you need this six minute video from the movie about John Adams.

If you teach the Declaration of Independence, you need this six minute video from the movie about John Adams.

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