Patriotic Lesson Plans for the Classroom or Home School Parent

In order for our students and children to learn pride in our country, then we must model the expected behavior.  I have selected a few sites that I find informative and useful when teaching American History to students k-12.  If you have a great resource that you utilize in your classroom, please share.  It is in the collaborative process that we will succeed!

Patriotic Symbols

http://www.history.ctaponline.org/center/hsscm/index.cfm?Page_Key=1386

Developed by Dr. Priscilla Porter in conjunction with Carol Ann Fullam, Bellflower Unified School District; Lynne Lords, Los Angeles Unified School District; Carrie Tokunaga, Culver City Unified School District; Elisa Field, El Rancho Unified School District; and, Sharon Beatty, Compton Unified School District under the auspices of the Center for History-Social Science Education at California State University, Dominguez Hills

American Government

From the 13 Colonies to Constitution Amendments

http://www.mrdonn.org/government.html

F-R-E-E Power Point Presentations in American History (I love this site!)

http://americanhistory.mrdonn.org/powerpoints.html

Free Video Clips to Accompany Your Great Lessons

http://videoclips.mrdonn.org/index.html

Lesson Planet Lessons

http://www.lessonplanet.com/search?keywords=patriotism&media=lesson

May we seek knowledge in all things,

Denise

www.unlocktheteacher.com

denise@unlocktheteacher.com

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