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United States Symbols. By: Andrea Wolfe ED 417. Unit of United State Symbols. Grade Level 1 Students will be able to recognize the different symbols that represent the United States of America The bald Eagle The White House The Statue of Liberty The national Anthem. Objective.

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united states symbols

United States Symbols

By: Andrea Wolfe

ED 417

unit of united state symbols
Unit of United State Symbols
  • Grade Level 1
  • Students will be able to recognize the different symbols that represent the United States of America
    • The bald Eagle
    • The White House
    • The Statue of Liberty
    • The national Anthem
  • Students will be to recognize and understand that the nations symbols represent and how they represent the democracy and value in this country.
  • Slide Show Presentation
  • National Anthem Song Lyrics
  • Worksheet of American Symbols
  • Picture of the Statue of Liberty
  • Colored Pencils
  • Images for Visual reference of the 4 symbols being discussed.
  • www.whitehouse.org
  • Bensguide.gpo.gov
  • www.baldeagleinfo.com
  • www.evergreen.edu
  • Library.thinkquest.org
the bald eagle
The Bald Eagle
  • Students will be placed in groups of 3.
  • They will then collaborate together to predict what symbol the bald eagle is and why it was chosen
  • They will then share their different answers with the class.
  • And the Bald Eagle will be discussed
the white house
The White House
  • Students will draw the white house and label the different parts.
  • They will then discuss where it is located and who lives there.
  • After they determine who lives there they will then discuss for how long and who decides who moves in.
the statue of liberty
The Statue of Liberty
  • Student will color a picture of the Statue of liberty.
  • They will then right a short paragraph. Two to three sentences on what the Statue of Liberty means to them.
  • The class will then discuss where it is located and the different meanings it represents.
the national anthem
The National Anthem
  • Students will be given a copy of the words to the national anthem.
  • They will then sing the anthem together and talk about what it means and where it came from.
  • Students will then list out the different places the Anthem is sung and why it is sung.
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United States Symbols
  • Students will be given a worksheet of different symbols.
  • They will then have to go through and identify whether it is a United States symbol or not.
  • They will circle the United State symbols and cross out the other ones.
The Bald Eagle
    • National Bird
    • American Emblem
    • Chosen June 20, 1782
the white house14
The White House
  • Presidents Home
  • Located In Washington D.C
    • Nations Capital
the statue of liberty15
The Statue of Liberty
  • Located in New York
  • 152 Feet Tall
  • Gift of International

Friendship given by France

the national anthem16
The National Anthem
  • Oh, say, can you see, by the dawn's early light,
What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming?
Whose broad stripes and bright stars, thro' the perilous fight;
O'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming.
And the rockets red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.
Oh, say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
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The National Anthem
  • Song of the United States
  • Words written by Francis Scott Key
    • In 1814
    • He watched a night battle between England and America
      • Was very excited when the American Flag was still flying in he morning.