8 edition of U.S. Presidents Homework Booklet, Grades 4-6 found in the catalog.
January 15, 2001
by Instructional Fair
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||60|
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Awards: Reading Level Interest level grade Students love to learn about the Presidents and the states. This book is for those students who are a little more advance in 3rd grade with their reading but anybody older will enjoy all the infomation about the states and the presidents with pictures included to not just be follow pages of words/5.
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All 44 presidents are included in order with room for your student to add important and interesting information. Perfect for homeschool social studies for 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade kids.
Explore the role of the President of the United States with this fact booklet. Students’ heads are often filled with questions when you talk about the President.
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Transport kindergarten students through local communities, across the United States, and around the world with our social studies worksheets. These social studies worksheets explore community helpers and workers, transportation, U.S. presidents, international flags, customs, and symbols.We've compiled all you need to know and share with your students this President's Day in one easy-to-use unit.
Download our no-prep leveled activity books for a week's worth of activities, or peruse the site for biographies about each of America's presidents and many first ladies as well.These social studies worksheets explore community helpers and workers, transportation, U.S. presidents, international flags, customs, and symbols.
Kindergarten students can also gain practice using a Venn diagram to sort objects according to their use in the past and present.