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1 American Symbols Take a test on the Symbols

2 Liberty Bell The Liberty Bell was made in 1752 for the City of Pennsylvania. It stands for the right to choose a religion. It weighs 2,080 pounds and is over 7 feet tall. It cracked soon after it was made.

3 American Flag Our flag has changed over time. When our country was young it was very important to create a flag that showed our independence. There are 13 red and white stripes to represent the original 13 colonies, and 50 stars for the states in the USA. This flag is known as the “Betsy’s Ross Flag.” It was one of the original designs of the American flag. It has 13 stripes and stars for each of the colonies. As our country grew, the number of stars grew too.

4 Statue of Liberty The Statue of Liberty is a gift from France to the United States for our country’s 100 th birthday. She is on Liberty Island next to New York.

5 White House The White House is the home of the President. It is located in Washington, D.C. President Washington helped build this house, but did not live in it. There are 132 rooms, 35 bathrooms, 6 levels, 412 doors, 147 windows, 28 fireplaces, 8 staircases, and 3 elevators. That’s a big house!!

6 American Presidents Take a test on the Presidents

7 The Father of Our Country George Washington was the first President of the United States of America. He is also known as the “Father of Our Country.”

8 Honest Abe Abraham Lincoln was our 16 th President. He is known as being our greatest President because he fought to end slavery and unified our country. He is also known for being funny and honest.

9 Washington Movies Watch a movie about Washington as a boy Watch a movie about Washington as a man

10 Lincoln Movies Watch a movie about Lincoln as a boy Watch a movie about Lincoln as a man

11 President Test Click on the picture of the President that best answers the question. Are you ready to take the President Test? YesNo

12 President Test Click on the picture of the President that best answers the question. 1. Which man was the first President was the 1 st President of the United States?

13 President Test Click on the picture of the President that best answers the question. 2. Which President fought to end slavery?

14 President Test Click on the picture of the President that best answers the question. 5. Which man signed the Declaration of Independence?

15 President Test Click on the picture of the President that best answers the question. 3. Which President was our nation’s capitol named after?

16 President Test Click on the picture of the President that best answers the question. 4. Which man was known for being honest?

17 President Test Click on the picture of the President that best answers the question. 6. Which President gave the speech called “The Gettysburg Address?”

18 President Test Click on the picture of the President that best answers the question. 6. Which President is on the quarter?

19 Try again!

20 Correct!

21 President Test Do you want to take the President Test again? YesNo

22 American Bald Eagle The Bald Eagle is our country’s national bird. This bird represents the United States’ strength and freedom.

23 Symbols Test Click on the picture of the symbol that best answers the questions. Are you ready to take a test on the American Symbols? YesNo

24 Symbols Test Click on the picture of the symbol that best answers the questions. 1. Which symbol is the home of the President?

25 Symbols Test Click on the picture of the symbol that best answers the questions. 2. Which symbol was going to be a Wild Turkey instead?

26 Symbols Test Click on the picture of the symbol that best answers the questions. 3. Which symbol was a gift from France for the USA’s 100 th birthday?

27 Symbols Test Click on the picture of the symbol that best answers the questions. 4. Which symbol represents the freedom to choose any religion?

28 Symbols Test Click on the picture of the symbol that best answers the questions. 5. Which symbol has changed over time with the country’s growth?

29 Symbols Test Click on the picture of the symbol that best answers the questions. 6. Which symbol is on Liberty Island by New York?

30 Symbols Test Click on the picture of the symbol that best answers the questions. 7. Which symbol did we almost lose because of the damage done to its habitat?

31 Symbols Test Click on the picture of the symbol that best answers the questions. Would you like to take the Symbols Test again? YesNo


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