Famous Americans from Virginia

Famous Americans from Virginia
Famous Americans from Virginia
Famous Americans from Virginia
Famous Americans from Virginia
Famous Americans from Virginia
Famous Americans from Virginia
Famous Americans from Virginia
Famous Americans from Virginia
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Look at all these famous Americans from Virginia and what they did!

Following the Virginia Standards of Learning 1.2 a,b,c and 1.3 a,b,c,d,e, this packet focuses on:
Powhatan
Pocahontas
Christopher Newport
George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
Maggie L. Walker
Arthur Ashe

Included in this 12 page packet are:
7 POSTERS of each of these famous Virginians ( 8" x 11 1/2" size) that features their picture, date of birth and death, and the contributions they made

2 page TIME LINE activity where the famous person pieces are cut and glued in time order on the accompanying paper / One of these famous people pieces is labeled "ME" where the student adds themselves to the time line with the current year's date which will allow the student to see where they relate in time with other famous Americans.

1 MAP of Virginia that shows the location of the state capital of Richmond ( 8" x 11 1/2" size)

1 ASSESSMENT to connect the picture and name of the famous person with their contribution

Suggested Activity:

Display the poster cards in a timeline on the classroom wall and connect with a ribbon/string to help students understand the time order of when these people lived. This can be combined with other famous Americans throughout US history as sold on my TpT website under Famous Americans - Let's Get This Straight. I found this posted timeline useful in my classroom to help students make time connections between when one person lived either before, at the same time, or after. It was a resource used throughout the school year and as one person (or event) was studied, it was added to the time line. Be sure to have arrows on either end of the ribbon to help with the understanding that time happened before and will continue into the future. Adding a special card with the students' picture and that current year will also help them have a place in history and perhaps encourage them to make a positive contribution to our world today!
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