This Mini Lesson can be used to introduce a student of any age to Washington, D.C. - in particular to the physical and historical role the National Mall has played there. It includes maps from three different centuries that show the changing plans for the Mall, as well as 54 different photos of 27
This is a quick labeling activity for Washington DC Monuments. It can be used as a pre-assessment (to get background knowledge of what the students know). It can also be used as a post-assessment after introducing the students to the different monuments.
This passage briefly describes the Washington Monument. 14 questions (matching and multiple choice) assess students' understanding. An extension activity has students color a picture of the landmark, write three facts they learned, and explain why they would or would not want to visit the landmark.
This mini-unit is the perfect addition to accompany your unit about American Symbols and the Washington Monument.
It includes the following activities:
⭐A fact sheet that comes in full color and BW
⭐A flip book (5-pages)
⭐A Vocabulary Poster
The 5-page flip book has activities with comprehensio
* Follows Common Core Standards *This 29-page booklet-style Novel Study (a total 59 pages including answer key) is designed to follow students throughout the entire book.The questions are based on reading comprehension, strategies and skills. The novel study is designed to be enjoyable and keep the
This lesson is an introduction to the Washington Monument. This lesson begins with a KWL chart to determine what students already know about the monument and what they would like to know. The lesson then goes on to describe what the monument is and why it was built. There are many fun facts about
This resource contains an expository passage about the Washington Monument along with eight STAAR questions. The answer key and TEKS are included at the end of the passage. This passage can be used for an expository check point, STAAR practice, or homework assignment. Check out other STAAR passages
Are you looking for a fun way to connect history with STEM? The Washington Monument STEM Challenge will engage your students as they learn about World Famous landmarks. Students will construct models of The Washington Monument after they research it. Students will go through the Engineering Proces
Students will enjoy an adventure to the Washington Monument in Washington D.C. Learn about the history of the monument, including the work of enslaved Africans in its construction. Includes reading comprehension questions with a simple 'type what you know' answer system. Take your 3rd, 4th, 5th and
Add some fun into your study of Washington DC! This game can be played during distance learning or in the classroom!This product contains ten Washington DC monuments on a Google Slides template. Each image is zoomed in and students have to guess what item it could be! When you advance to the next sl
TEACHER-AUTHORS: Do you need a craft for a unit that you are creating? This resource includes 10 hand-drawn deconstructed Build the Washington Monument images that can be used on resources you create for yourself or for commercial use. There are 5 color and 5 black and white .png images with a clea
This series tells the story of America's national monuments and symbols.Each unit comes with a complete set of reading and question sheets and a PowerPoint Presentation. Also included are a crossword and useful links to models and coloring sheets.Unit 1 - The Statue of Liberty - Is free to download.
This product may be used in two ways. It can be used as a board game or as activity cards with students writing their answers on a piece of paper or in their Social Studies Journals. The activity cards have multiple choice answers for students to choose from. The activity cards could be used as a li
Capital Mysteries - Mystery at the Washington Monumentby Ron RoyLexile 530LThis novel study includes close reading questions, a book review and answer key. 6 page novel study4 pages of book questions 1 page book review1 page answer key
This packet is a set of comprehension questions for the book Capital Mysteries #8 Mystery at the Washington Monument. There are questions for each chapter. It is a good way to for the students to practice answering in complete sentences and going back in the story to find the answer. I have also inc
Here are some writing papers for your students to use when writing about symbols of the United States of America. U.S.A. symbols are fun to teach in February around Presidents Day. These writing sheets are a great addition to a research paper!
The clip art is the same on every sheet.
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This download begins a series of activities where students must use trigonometry to help the character Brocky McTrig hunt for hidden treasure. "Clue #1 - The Washington Monument" requires students to apply right triangle trig (tangent and sine) and to have a basic idea of what a bearing is. Great
This is a bundle of 2 highly animated, power point presentations on National Historic Landmarks – The Washington & Lincoln Monuments. The presentations together number 46 slides. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change them to fit your individual needs.
The Washington Mon
The Washington Monument Activity Pack1. The Washington Monument Handout2. The Washington Monument Word Search3. 40 slide overview and Quiz with 20 pupil questions to actively engage learning. Learning Objectives To know about the history of the Washington Monument The quiz is played in pairs - 1 pa
40 slide overview and Quiz with 20 pupil questions to actively engage learning.
To know about the history of the Washington Monument
The quiz is played in pairs - 1 partner describes the word in red without saying it, whilst the partner has their back to the board. Alternative
This is a 21 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on National Historic Landmark - Building the Washington Monument. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.
The Washington Monument towers above the city that bears his name, servin