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Young scholars examine the symbols of the Texas state flag and describe what the symbols represent. They learn the Texas state pledge of allegiance and describe the meaning and symbolism incorporated in the Texas pledge and flag.
Students examine what the colors and symbols on flags mean including the American and Texas flags. They research the information from children's books and electronic sources. Working in small groups, the students design a classroom flag...
Pride, the title of and the subject of an essay, is the focus of a series of post-reading but pre-discussion questions based on Dagoberto Gilb’s story. Readers are asked to summarize, identify the purpose, and find examples of showing...
Students take a virtual tour of the Capitol Visitors Center in Austin, Texas. In groups, they receive a list of the artifacts and symbols they are to look for during their exploration of the building. To end the lesson, they make a...
Students examine pictures of the four flags Texas had had through history. They discuss similarities among the flags and they relate the flag as a patriotic symbol of Texas. Then they create their own flag incorporating a Lone Star...
Students explore U.S. geography by completing a coloring activity in class. In this Texas history instructional activity, students utilize the web to locate Texas on a map of the U.S. Students view a PowerPoint presentation which...
Learners visit the Texas Capitol Visitors Center. They review the importance of the Lone Star as a state symbol. They create a collage of Lone Stars using various print media (newspapers, magazines, travel literature and advertisements.)
First graders create 2 Texas State symbols using Microsoft Paint and identify 4 Texas symbols. Each student get to choose his/her own symbol to draw. Each child have a workbook with the symbols in it. The final products are made into a...
Second graders identify the Texas symbols, collect information from the Internet about one of the state's symbols, and present the information they collected in KidPix. Can be adapted to any state.
Middle schoolers examine the structure of government in Texas and the United States. In groups, they compare and contrast the two while discovering the three different branches of government. With a partner, they play a game in which...
Students watch a PowerPoint slide show of the symbols of Texas and discuss what they see. They color in coloring book pages that corrolate to the slide show. They listen to and sing along to a state song as they color.
Pupils recognize the U.S. penny, nickel, dime, and quarter by design and denomination and study the historical figures depicted on the coins. They study simple Texas symbols and choose one to draw in a design for a Texas Quarter.
In this language arts worksheet, learners learn 45 vocabulary words from Lesson 9 in The Tree that Would Not Die. Words are arranged by phonograms. There are no questions on the page; this is a vocabulary list.
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