United States Landmarks. By: Katie E. Wright ED 417-02. Unit of Landmarks. Grade Level: 2 nd grade Lesson: Learning the importance of some of the United States landmarks and understanding the ideals that each of them represent. Objective.
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By: Katie E. Wright
Honors George Washington as the Father of Our Country.
It is about 555 feet tall and has a pointed top.Washington MonumentWashington D.C.
Honors his work to end slavery.
A 19 foot statue that shows President Lincoln sitting in a chair.Lincoln MemorialWashington D.C.
President Jefferson was the author of the Declaration of Independence.
Built the plantation, Monticello.Jefferson Memorial
The torch stands for lighting the way to freedom.
The tablet shows the date the Declaration of Independence was signed.Statue of LibertyNew York City
Faces are about 60 feet tall.
About 400 workers help build the monument.Mount RushmoreSouth Dakota
Rang for many years until it cracked in 1835.
You can see the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia.Liberty BellPennsylvania