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    Draw the Statue of Liberty. PDF tutorial available. #statueofliberty #howtodraw

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    Here's the man in the middle of US map. This is a good tool to help students remember where these midwestern states are located.

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    Hand print art meets Canadian Pride! Such a cute and simple activity to add to the Canada Day Crafts line-up! An awesome Canada Flag activity for preschoolers or toddlers.

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    Free coloring pages - US States

    Step-by-step instructions on how to draw this simple Statue of Liberty.

    Welcome to Dover Publications


    Make a Statue of Liberty Crown and Torch from Paper Plates! Also a link to an online virtual tour of the statue!- Buggy and Buddy

    Armadillo mother and baby ♥

    Really good idea to use for any topic... after reading one book, write what they found out in one color. After reading another, another color.

    The bullet that took Lincoln's life.

    Never forget

    Mount Rushmore was started in 1927. It took 14 years and around 400 workers to finish the head carvings. The project cost almost $1

    The devastating collapse.

    1963- The famous March on Washington was a culminating point for the Civil Rights Movement, in which thousands of Blacks flocked to the nation's capital in a support of civil rights legislation. This is where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would give his "I Have a Dream" speech.

    Jefferson's Rough Draft of the Declaration of Independence