George Washington Carver ... this amazing man invented 500 uses for the peanut, lectured in botany at the Tuskegee institute, and was an outstanding artist & botanist, and a Christian gentleman.

George Washington Carver ... this amazing man invented 500 uses for the peanut, lectured in botany at the Tuskegee institute, and was an outstanding artist & botanist, and a Christian gentleman.

Before i was president I was a general for the U.S patriots fighting against the British. We won this war giving us freedom from the British.

Before i was president I was a general for the U.S patriots fighting against the British. We won this war giving us freedom from the British.

Dec 16, 1799 George Washington, the first president of the United States, died at his Mount Vernon, Va., home at age 67.

Dec 16, 1799 George Washington, the first president of the United States, died at his Mount Vernon, Va., home at age 67.

This website provides several activities that can be used for President's day in a first grade classroom. Start the lesson with a read aloud to introduce the idea of Presidents, and continue with watching a Brain Pop on George Washington. The students created a graphic organizer and a picture of him.

This website provides several activities that can be used for President's day in a first grade classroom. Start the lesson with a read aloud to introduce the idea of Presidents, and continue with watching a Brain Pop on George Washington. The students created a graphic organizer and a picture of him.

George Washington Carver Activities: Use this graphic organizer and Flap book writing printable when learning about George Washington Carver. This resource includes two ways for your children to share what they have learned about him in writing. Flap Book Writing Printable (color and black and white) Fast Facts (color and black and white)

George Washington Carver Writing - Great Black History Month Activity

George Washington Carver Activities: Use this graphic organizer and Flap book writing printable when learning about George Washington Carver. This resource includes two ways for your children to share what they have learned about him in writing. Flap Book Writing Printable (color and black and white) Fast Facts (color and black and white)

George Washington Carver - born into slavery he was a scientist, botanist, inventor, & educator. He has been credited for discovering over 300 uses for the peanut and hundreds of uses for soybeans, pecans, & sweet potatoes.

George Washington Carver - born into slavery he was a scientist, botanist, inventor, & educator. He has been credited for discovering over 300 uses for the peanut and hundreds of uses for soybeans, pecans, & sweet potatoes.

George Washington's entire adulthood is reflected in these rooms. By looking carefully at the furnishings and decorative features, you can find clues to Washington's character, tastes, and accomplishments, as well as his aspirations for a fledgling United States.

George Washington's entire adulthood is reflected in these rooms. By looking carefully at the furnishings and decorative features, you can find clues to Washington's character, tastes, and accomplishments, as well as his aspirations for a fledgling United States.

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