US Symbols Craft: USA Eagle
For young students, you might choose to study a US symbol, and then have them create that component of the craft.
For example, create the Liberty Bell on lesson 1.
Then add the eagle on lesson 2.
Add the heart and the US sign on lesson 3.
Add the Statue of Liberty Crown on lesson 4.
Page 1: Liberty Bell frame, wing
Page 2: wing (3)
Page 3: head, USA sign, star, Liberty Bell piece
Page 4: liberty bell, beak (3 sets)
Page 5: heart (3)
Page 6: blue flag piece (9)
Page 7: Statue of Liberty crown pieces (4 sets)
Krazy for Kindyland crafts are designed with efficiency in mind, as I certainly understand the KrAzY schedule of a teacher! Craft pieces are also designed to use as much paper space as possible, as conservation is another constant thought on the busy teacher’s mind. Depending on the craft, you might choose to slightly enlarge the pieces based on the needs of your students/the time of the school year you complete your craft, and/or your preferences. It is helpful to have students lay out their plan before gluing. Krazy for Kindyland crafts are compiled into value packs, so be sure to check those out before downloading individual products among the same theme.
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