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15 resources with the keyterm mount rushmore

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US Geography Landmark Commercial

For Teachers 7th - 10th Standards
Experience famous geographical landmarks around the United States right from the comfort of your very own classroom. Learners research national landmarks, such as the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone National Park, and Niagara Falls, and then...
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Presidents Day 2008

For Teachers 7th - 9th
Bring some purpose to your next Presidents Day. Share facts about Mount Rushmore, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and J.F. Kennedy.
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Mount Rushmore

For Teachers 3rd - 4th
Students inspect Mount Rushmore. In this Mount Rushmore lesson, students explore American symbols. Students log on to Second Life and investigate Mount Rushmore. Students communicate learning using differentiated options.
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Follow the Leader

For Teachers 2nd - 3rd
Here is a phenomenal lesson on the three branches of government for your second and third-graders. It presents this often-confusing information in an easy-to-understand format. Many excellent activities and worksheets are embedded in the...
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Teddy Roosevelt

For Teachers 7th - 8th
Students examine the life, contributions, and influence of Teddy Roosevelt. They view a slideshow lecture and take notes on a handout, filling in the blanks on the handout. Students then write a persuasive letter to a governmental...
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What an Accomplishment

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students identify and discuss the images on the back of the South Dakota quarter. They discuss the differences between facts and opinions, and research information about the four presidents memorialized on Mount Rushmore.
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Mount Rushmore Activity Guide

For Students 4th - 6th
In this Mount Rushmore activity worksheet, students read a passage and respond to 5 multiple choice questions. Students also answer 1 short answer question.
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The Presidents of Mount Rushmore

For Teachers K
Students understand the importance of Mount Rushmore as a national symbol. In this Mount Rushmore lesson, students locate Mount Rushmore on the map and investigate each of the four Presidents on Mount Rushmore. Students understand how...
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Mount Rushmore

For Teachers 5th
Fifth graders gather information about Mount Rushmore though a picture and then through a book about it. In this Mount Rushmore instructional activity, 5th graders recall and write about two locations considered while planning Mount...
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Fun Facts About Mount Rushmore

For Students 4th - 5th
In this Mount Rushmore worksheet, students read a text about the history of the famous monument in South Dakota. Students answer 8 true and false questions and name the presidential faces on the diagram. Students complete 6 word puzzles...
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Follow the Leader

For Teachers 2nd - 3rd
Learners examine the roles of national leaders and the three branches of government and their duties. They view and discuss the images on the South Dakota Quarter Reverse transparency, complete a worksheet, and create a mobile of the...
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American Symbols

For Teachers K - 2nd
Through reading, discussion and creating, the young scholars learn about what a symbol means. They also learn about the national symbols special to the United States, what they mean and why they're special.
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Mount Rushmore

For Students 3rd - 5th
In this United States worksheet, students read a short excerpt on the history of Mount Rushmore. Students view a picture of Mount Rushmore.
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South Dakota Quarter Reverse: Four Famous Faces

For Teachers K - 1st
Young scholars recognize the faces of the four presidents on the South Dakota quarter reverse. After discussing the duties and responsibilities of presidents, they list the contributions of the four presidents. They decide which...
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Four Famous Faces

For Teachers 5th
Fifth graders examine the South Dakota Quarter Reverse and identify the images on it. They discuss the accomplishments of the four presidents. They create coins of four people in their school. They arrange bags of plastic coins by their...