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4th of July  


4th of July Classroom Activities
By Sarah Lane
Jun 29, 2008, 13:39 PST



Classroom Activities for the 4th of July

Classroom Activities for the 4th of July

This group of classroom activities has been gathered from the web for the use of parents and teachers.  Each site has tons of projects, lesson plans, and notes designed to help incorporate the 4th of July celebration into the curriculum.  Have fun!

Classroom Ideas

 

Child Fun for the Fourth

There are many ideas on this page including art projects, songs, cooking activities, and lesson plans.  Also check the list of off-site links for more ideas.

Source:     Child Fun, Inc.

 

Independence Day Teacher Notes

This is a group activity for elementary school kids, which encourages them to learn about symbols and American History.  There is a vocabulary list, plenty of activities for several groups, and teaching tools.

Source:     Joe Williamson, Colusa Community School

 

Teacher Vision

You’ll find all sorts of fun ideas here to enhance your curriculum for the 4th of July celebration.  There are printables, references, and activities in several subjects including music and art.

Source:     The Learning Network, Inc.

 

Mr. Donn’s U.S. History

There are too many lesson plans and activities on this page to count.  Explore geography, the states, tall and folk tales, the depression, the Civil Rights Movement, and more.  Find out what it means to be an American.

Source:     Donn & Lee Lesson Plans, Activities & Resources 

 

 

American Lessons

Explore the concepts behind the Empire State Building or the Freedom Fighters and the United States Military.  Review the impact of Presidential decisions throughout history and more with this set of lesson plans geared towards grades 6-8 and 9-12 separately.

Source:     The New York Times on the Web & The Learning Network

 

Education World

This particular group of lesson plans is organized by subject.  Make a flag with Art, create a class book with Language, or make a map with Geography.  You will also have access to quizzes and related resources and sites.

Source:     Education World, Inc.






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