FREE printable and digital graphic organizer for students to analyze Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address - Add this activity to your Civil War curriculum, use it for Presidents Day, or connect it to a public speaking lesson!
Teach students how to edit their writing with the COPS editing checklist! This simple strategy works for peer and independent editing. Create an editing checklist anchor chart to use with students in elementary and middle school!
This engaging read aloud and directed drawing is a perfect activity for Presidents Day! Teach students in elementary and middle school about the life of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln with this fun lesson.
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