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Have your students work in collaborative groups to become experts on a U.S. President. Your students will then put their presentation skills to work as they teach the class all they've learned!
If you like to take the responsibility out of your hands and put it back into your students’ hands- then this is the perfect product for you! Perfect for a Presidents Day Study and can be as simple or in depth as you choose. Using this resource your students will become experts on one famous U.S. President. They will be responsible for learning all about them and teaching their classmates all they learned. You may choose to have your students work in small groups or individually. Students can create a commercial for the president, a poster, a play... the possibilities are endless! This project is a great way to promote positive collaboration and teamwork in your classroom!
In this pack you will find: -Graphic Organizers to research 5 different presidents (Great for 5 different groups in your class!) -Mini book/passage for each of the 5 presidents -Kid friendly site guide
The presidents in this pack include: Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, John F. Kennedy, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Teddy Roosevelt
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Welcome to our store! We are Ashley and Justin, the teachers behind TeachNC. We both hail from Upstate New York but currently live in and teach at a year round school in North Carolina. Ashley has taught 2nd for the past 3 years and Justin has taught in 4th and 5th for the past 6. We believe that our students learn best when they are invested in and excited about their learning and create resources that will not only keep our students engaged, but challenge them as well. You can check out Ashleys blog @ primaryteacherhood.blogspot.com. Thanks for stopping by!