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Flori Huitt, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction | Heidi Aranda, Senior Director of Curriculum Development

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Grade 1 Science and Social Studies - Week Five

Printable Version of this lesson board in PDF format

1stGrade Science-Social Studies

Week 5 May 4 - 8

Week 5 Theme: Our Nation
Learning Objectives: Students will be able to:

  • recognize symbols of the United States
  • identify American scientists and inventors
  • identify important aspects of United States historical symbols

Semana 5: Tema: Nuestra Nación
Objetivo de aprendizaje: Los alumnos podrán:

  • reconocer los símbolos de los Estados Unidos
  • identificar científicos e inventores estadounidenses
  • identificar características importantes de los símbolos históricos de los Estados Unidos.

Writing
The White House
Watch this video, then write about the White House –
Tell when the White House was built and why it is an important symbol for the United States. Tell one important fact you learned.

Escritura
Avenida Pennsylcania No.1600
Ve el video, luego escribe sobre La Casa Blanca. Escribe Quien fue el primero en vivir en La Casa Blanca y porque es un símbolo importante de los Estados Unidos. Escribe sobre algún detalle importante que hayas aprendido.

Outside Learning
Driving through town? Look for different American Symbols during your drive. Look at car dealerships, businesses, and government/official buildings. What are some common symbols you see? Draw what you found out in town.
Aprendizaje al aire libre
¿Haz manejado atravez de la ciudad? Busca los símbolos estadounidenses mientras vas en el auto. Busca en los lotes de autos, negocios y oficinas/edificios del gobierno. ¿Cuáles son algunos de los símbolos que ves?

Art Lesson
Make the Crown of the Statue of Liberty
Materials needed: Paper plate, Scissors, Green paper, or paper you can color.
Cut out 7 tall triangles.
Cut out the center and bottom of the paper plate to make a piece that would fit your head like a headband.
Glue the 7 tall triangles to the cut paper plate.
On each triangle, write the name of each of Earth’s 7 continents – Why? The Crown of the Statue of Liberty has 7 points to represent the 7 continents on Earth!
Color it green to look like the Oxidized Copper the Statue of Liberty is made of!
Printable for those without materials

Lección de Arte
Haz una corona de la Estatua de la Libertad
Materiales necesarios: Plato de papel, tijeras, papel verde o papel que puedas colorea.
Corta 7 triángulos largos
Corta el centro y la parte de abajo del plato de papel para que te quede como una diadema alrededor de tu cabeza
Pega los 7 triángulos al plato de papel que cortaste.
En cada triángulo escribe el nombre de cada uno de los 7 continentes. ¿Por qué? La corona dela Estatua de la Libertad tiene 7 puntos que representan los 7 continentes de la tierra.
Colorea de verde para que se vea igual que el cobre oxidado de la Estatua de la Libertad.
Version para imprimir

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