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This fun, hands on activity will allow students to review their knowledge of US presidents. These sorting mats will challenge students to recall the information they have studied and use their critical thinking skills to fill in the information they don’t know. By using both hands as well as their language, visual and critical thinking skills, they will engage their whole brain during this activity.
This set contains sorting mats for all 45 presidents, divided and color coded into sets of five. Students will sort through the facts and match them to each of the five presidents in that set. There is a picture of each president and the facts include the years of presidency, party affiliation, job right before becoming president, and state of residence. There are also four additional facts per president that include information about their childhood, their adult life before and after presidency and major accomplishments during their presidency.
Which president was shot during the revolutionary war?
Who spoke English as a second language?
Who died in office after eating contaminated food?
Which two presidents have been impeached?
And so much more! An answer key is included for students to self-check their work.
Print and prep once and then use for years. Not only great for Presidents’ Day, but can be used all year as part of an American History curriculum.
This is a set of 95 daily cards to teach about each United States president and first lady. Which presidents served in World War II? Who died of food poisoning while in office. Which first lady took over more than a year of her husband’s presidency after he had a stroke? Which first lady had the Japanese cherry trees planted in the nation’s capital? All these answers and so much more is included in these cards.
Each card contains the president or first lady’s name, picture, and years in office on the front. On the back is a detailed summary of his or her life, especially the time in office.
The 3 x 3 inch cards work well in a calendar display or in any other system you may choose. Directions are included on how to introduce a president and first lady each day and then build the retention of the information presented throughout the month. The cards can be used as jumping off points to learn more about the person or about different events in the history of the United States.
3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grades