Who was John Adams? Why did the Battle of Bunker Hill take place on Breed’s Hill?
Did you know the Vice-President was originally the loser of the Presidential election? Learn about the many contributions John Adams made to our country. How was Abigail Adams such an important influence on his service? Understand some of the economic consequences of the Revolutionary War and how to peacefully protest.
Make contractions and alphabetize words. Apply spelling concepts through written practice of dictated words and sentences. Rewrite phrases using possessive nouns. Be creative and write a cinquain.
Understand place value, and add two-digit numbers with regrouping. Use simple logic to solve a mathematical word problem. Create a Venn diagram, and use it to compare and contrast character traits of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Draw a horizontal and a vertical line of symmetry. Use dice to compare three-digit numerals and arrange them in ascending order.
Use a Tootsie Roll to demonstrate how muscles pull and tear. Perform fun activities to improve flexibility and develop balance skills.
How long do you think it took Samuel Francis Smith to write the lyrics to the patriotic song “My Country ’Tis of Thee?” Discover the answer in this fun unit!
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Grade level: 3-4
This is a 64 page unit.
Student workbook pages are designed to reinforce the daily concepts and are included within the unit.
Format: downloadable or loose-leaf
Number of Pages: 64 pages
Publisher: A+ Publishing LLC
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 8.5” x 11”
This item is downloadable.
Pages may be reproduced for your home school use only. No part of this book may be shared in any form, in whole or in part, without written permission from the author.
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