Who will be the first to earn their black belt in your class this year? This challenge will test your students' knowledge of U.S. History and give them a goal to aim for!
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HERE'S THE ORDER OF CHALLENGE
: Label 13 Colonies and Regions
: Identify Paintings of the Capitol Rotunda
: Recite the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution from Memory
: Identify the Bill of Rights
: Recite the Gettysburg Address from Memory
: Score at least 27/30 on U.S. Citizenship Test
: Identify all of the Presidents
: Identify 24 Main Events in U.S. History from Jamestown to Lincoln Assassination
: Identify the 50 States and the Year They Became A State
What I do is give kids a key ring to attach to their notebook. When they attain a belt, I give them a colored piece of string that matches the belt they are at. Sort of like a little badge of honor for them to carry around.
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