Presentation on theme: "Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson was bon on April 13, 1743 and he died on July 4, 1826. Before hand he made his own tombstone.It said Here lies Thomas."— Presentation transcript:
Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson was bon on April 13, 1743 and he died on July 4, 1826. Before hand he made his own tombstone.It said Here lies Thomas Jefferson writer of the Declaration of Independence.
Child Hood Childhood When Thomas was just two he and his family moved to a far away plantation. There he got tutoring from a tutor. Then when he was nine the moved back to Shadwell,Virginia, to go to school at Dover Church. As a young man he studied law and became a lawyer. He went to the collage of William and Mary In Virginia
All About Him Cool Facts Thomas Jefferson was the third president. He took the responsibility in writing the Declaration of Independence Thomas also had 1 brother and 6 sisters.
Other facts He wrote his own gravestone before hand, it said, “Here lies Thomas Jefferson, writer of the Declaration of Independence.” He died on the same day as John Adams(a famous lawyer) His occupations included,studying plants,trees, and different languages. He practiced writing for hours. He enjoyed dancing, canoeing, and reading
Facts to think about Before hand he made his own grave stone it said, Here lies thomas jefferson writer of Declaration of Independence.
Facts to Think About Thomas also became an architect and built his house Monticello. He liked to study plants, trees, and different languages. He liked to play the violin and practice writing for hours. He liked dancing, reading, and canoeing. Overcoming Troubles When Thomas Was thirteen his father died.
Benedict Arnold By: AJ 4 th Grade
Where In The World He was born on Jan.14 1741.in Norwitch, Virginia He died when he was sixty years old.
Childhood He attended school at Canterbury. While he was there some of his siblings died. As a young boy Benedict worked for a druggist.
He’s Famous! Benedict Arnold was a Patriot for six years. He was then smoothed talked into switching sides. With the British he then became one of the most famous spies in the Revolution.
Ouch! When Benedict was fighting in the battle of Freeman's Farm he wounded his leg badly. Now people built a statue of it.
Wow! He was a member of the Green Mountain Boys. He was known as a hero for both sides. He also engaged trade with the West Indies.