This is a really fun way to learn about George Washington. It's silly and I played it loose with the writing rules too, but it's a nice break from boring biographies. It works especially great at the end of the year, when everyone is ready for summer and can't sit still, or after all those standardized tests when they just want a little break.
It's written out like a catalog, and 4 catalog items are included.
Each of those items talks a little about George Washington, for example, 'the suit' item, talks about the American Revolutionary War. After students read the text about the American Revolutionary War, they have a corresponding order form that they can fill out. The bottom of that page has a cut-out, students will fill out the form, turn it in, and the teacher can grade/sign it. Then when it's returned, they can color it, cut it out, and paste it into a museum sheet that is also included. (Take a look at preview picture number 3 to see the finished museum paper.)