Presentation on theme: "Original presentation created by Robert Braden, a teacher with the Graves County School District (Mayfield, Kentucky). Modified by Derek Osborne, Lincoln."— Presentation transcript:
Original presentation created by Robert Braden, a teacher with the Graves County School District (Mayfield, Kentucky). Modified by Derek Osborne, Lincoln Park Elementary School, for Mona Shores Public Schools students.
President Bush at Work When President Bush stops working for the day, he has plenty of room to play with his dogs at the White House. Barney Spotty
The White House This is the White House. President Bush lives here.
This House is Big There are six floors, 132 rooms, 35 bathrooms, 147 windows, 412 doors, 12 chimneys, 8 staircases, and 3 elevators.
Lots of Room to Play Blue Room Red Room Green Room
Let’s All Read The White House is full of books. President Bush loves to read after a long day at the office.
Washington D.C. is full of history and has plenty of monuments to see and explore. Here are just a few of the most popular sites to visit. See the Monuments
The Capitol Building Here is the United States Capitol. This is where laws are created, passed, and revised.
Washington Monument This structure was named after our first president, George Washington. It stands 555 feet high and is one of the tallest monuments in the world.
Lincoln Memorial This is the outside view of the Lincoln Memorial. It is a tribute to our 16th President. This is what you see on the inside. This is a huge statue of President Lincoln.
Washington D.C. Offers a Lot With all the exciting activities available in Washington D.C., you are sure to learn something new and take a piece of history with you where ever you go.
In what building are laws made, revised and passed? So what do you know…
How many rooms are in the White House? So what do you know…
How tall is the Washington Monument? So what do you know…
What monument honors the 16 th President of the United States? So what do you know…