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United States of America Researched via: Student Name: Kimberly James Date: 06/08/09
Where is United States located? The United States is located in the northern Hemisphere, next to Canada. Above central America.
Flag, Motto, Anthem: Anthem – Star Spangled Banner. Motto- In God We Trust.
History: The United states is the most powerful country in the world. She participated in many wars assisting their allies & defending their foes. The current president is African American Obama.
Economy: The United states has it’s own currency called the American dollar. Presently the country is in a recession & it’s lower than the Great Depression.
Famous people/role model: There are many famous people that are role models. These include: Oprah Winfrey, Pres. Obama, Sean John, Beyonce
What do you like the most about United States? I love the fun activities that you can do during your freetime. The city is spectacular. The people are friendly.
United States of America Student Name: Gian Joseph Date: 12/3/09.
Trinidad and Tobago Researched via: Student Name: Kimberly James Date: 06/13/09.
United States of America Researched via: Student Name: Zakiya Correll Date: 12/3/09.
United States of America Researched via: KAYLIN GUZMAN :]
The United States of America. Some facts: It is federal republic of 50 states and federal districts. The capital city is Washington, D.C. Population is.
The United States of America became an independent country on July 4th,1776.
Trinidad and Tobago Researched via: Student Name: Ashley Bristol Date: April 19, 2010.
Reading & Writing Practice 2 by Don Fisher. Read the question. What country is north of Mexico? Listen and write the answer that your teacher dictates.
The Best Buddies By Briana. Languages Spoken The languages that are spoken in Canada are French and English. The language spoken in America is English.
THE UK of GREAT BRITAIN and NORTHEN IRELAND CANADA.
Powerpoint Jeopardy National PrideCurrent Leaders and Capitals GeographyOther
Country Knowledge Test 4. Columbus was a (an)... explorer who discovered America thinking it was Asia.
United States of America. Facts about U.S.A. National Bird: Bald Eagle National Flower: Rose National Anthem: Star- Spangled Banner Declaration.
The United States of America. The Flag Presidents History New York Washington, DC
The United States of America The United States of America is the fourth largest country in the world (after Russia, Canada and China). It is situated.
Government of the USA Lukáš Buršík. General principles The United States of America Federation of 50 republics Parliamentary democracy Presidential republic.
Rotary Youth Exchange Today’s Categories Include… PotpourriGovernmentGeographyCapitals Canada & U.S. World Flags.
Stars, Stripes, and Symbols of America. America has many different symbols that are unique to our country and represent the freedoms that we enjoy. What.
United States of America By :Tammi Ward With assistance by Kristi Turner Insert a picture of the capital.
American Symbols and Patriotism Quiz. a. Something that represents or stands for something else. b. A musical instrument c. Something that directs movement.
Puerto Rico Researched via: Student Name:Nikoloi Ellis Date: 5/13/10.
Dictation Exercises Adding Function Words by Don Fisher.
The "Stars and Stripes" is a popular name for the red, white and blue flag of the United States. Another popular name is the "Star Spangled Banner". This.
The American Flag The first flag was approved by the Continental Congress on June 14, The flag had 13 stars and thirteen stripes.
Haiti Researched via: Student Name: J.R. Date: 5/28/10.
Welcome to the U.S.A. Trivia Quiz Game! To select a question, click on the point value. When you are ready for the answer (in the form of a question),
Red, White, and Blue: The Story of the American Flag Second Grade Reading Unit 6 – Story 2.
The Star Spangled Banner Written by Francis Scott Key 1814, Following the War of 1812 against Great Britain.
Colors Flag History Flag Etiquette Presidents Pledge.
European Culture 7 th Grade Social Studies. European Union Flag.
Trinidad and Tobago Researched via: Student Name: Navon Williams Date: 4/19/10.
SSB Jeopardy Lyrics (Next line) Vocabulary PeopleEtiquette Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy History.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA – THE USA Quick Facts Capital City: Washington, D.C. National Independence: July 4, 1776 Motto: In God We Trust Largest.
Trinidad and Tobago Researched via: Student Name: Ashley Johnson Date: April 19,2010.
The War of 1812: Pres. James Madison The 2 nd War for Independence: The Return of England
U. S. Symbols By Tyler and Ryan. U. S. symbols I am a, powerful, brown bird. I became the country’s national symbol in I am only found in North.
English- Speaking Countries What English-speaking countries do you know? ANSWER: THE UNITED KINGDOM THE USA CANADA NEW ZEALAND AUSTRALIA.
Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? Round One – all questions 5 points Mr. Bowens Patriotic Review.
Brazil Researched via: Student Name: Deshaun Newton Date: 3/25/11.
Symbols of the United States By Ms. Guenther’s 3 rd Grade Class.
A piece of paper you use when you vote Ballot.
Showing love for one’s country. We can show patriotism by... Displaying American flags Singing patriotic songs Saying the Pledge of Allegiance Respecting.
Jamaica Researched via: Student Name:Verishka Genius Date:11/23/09.
Type your person’s name Copy and paste a picture of your person from the Internet.
War of 1812 Sometimes called the Second American Revolution.
The War of 1812 BY: Victoria Williams, Jaela McCuien, and Ben Cogbill.
Welcome. Multiple choice. 1. Which flag is American flag? A. B. C. 2. Which city is the capital of the USA? A.New York B.Washington D.C C.Los Angeles.
World Map. Question ? How many Continents are there in the World ?
Vocabulary Impressment 2.Embargo 3.Unprepared 4.Capture 5.Outnumbered 6.Blockade 7.Port 8.Invade 9.Allies 1.A refusal to trade with another country.
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