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President's Day Phonics Jokes

What do you call George Washington's teeth? THE PRESIDENTURES!!! Your kids will practice essential reading skills as they learn new jokes! These are video files. There is nothing to prep - just push play. Kids read the joke and write the missing letter from a series of words to create the punch line. They love it so much, they don't know it is good for them! 10 joke videos for $3.00. WAY MORE FUN THAN ANOTHER WORKSHEET!

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Library of Congress: Explore Our Nation's Library(Webquest)

Are you a bibliophile(someone that loves books)?The Library of Congress, called our Nation's Library has over 33 million books. There are also over 12.5 million photographs and 6 million pieces of sheet music! Learn more about the Nation's Library with this fun and informative webquest.(Grades and up) Skills include:reading for information and using research/computer skills. http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Library-of-Congress-Explore-Our-Nations-LibraryWebquest-604584 $3.00

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George Washington Abraham Lincoln Presidents Watch & Learn QR Codes~Biographies

Watch & Learn George Washington and Abraham Lincoln iPad with Response Sheets~Scan a QR Code and learn about George and Abe! Engaging and Fun! #Presidents #GeorgeWashington #AbrahamLincoln #Biographies #QRCodes #TeachersPayTeachers #TpT

This FREE activity is a fun way to include literacy in your President's Day celebration!! Students cut and paste letters to build the last names of two of our most famous Presidents: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.

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George Washington

Need fun George Washington activities for Presidents' Day? This product provides activities for a mini-unit, or add to an existing unit.

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Four Seasons Literacy Centers

This 12-page SEASONS thematic unit includes three LITERACY centers that will stimulate discussion and build vocabulary and READING skills. An EMERGENT READER features beaufitul photographs of kids out and about in each season.

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President Washington's Legacy: US History Task Cards

George Washington Task Cards can be used as a class game, in cooperative groups or as an ELA center. Learners answer 46 questions after reading and participating in activities about George Washington’s life, ideas and accomplishments. This lesson includes 46 task cards, keys, 2 award cards, links to printer-friendly student newspaper about Washington, videos and more.