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1 U.S. Patriotic Symbols

2 Unit Objectives Explain the significance of representations of American values and beliefs, including the Statue of Liberty, the statue of Lady Justice, the United States flag, and the national anthem. (AL Social Studies COS # 12) Explain the significance of representations of American values and beliefs, including the Statue of Liberty, the statue of Lady Justice, the United States flag, and the national anthem. (AL Social Studies COS # 12) Recognize functions of the Constitution of the United States. (AL Social Studies COS # 10) Recognize functions of the Constitution of the United States. (AL Social Studies COS # 10)

3 U.S. Symbols Introduction U.S. Symbols (BrainPop Jr.) U.S. Symbols (BrainPop Jr.) U.S. Symbols U.S. Symbols Assemble symbols booklet and glue into interactive notebook. Assemble symbols booklet and glue into interactive notebook.

4 Flag Literacy Connections O, Say Can You See? (pp ) O, Say Can You See? (pp ) Red, White, Blue and Uncle Who? (pp. 5- 9) Red, White, Blue and Uncle Who? (pp. 5- 9) “The American Flag” “The American Flag”

5 Flag Worksheets “Our Flag” “Our Flag” “It’s a Grand Old Flag” “It’s a Grand Old Flag” “Nicknames for the Flag” “Nicknames for the Flag”

6 The Flag The flag has changed a lot since the first flag of 1777! The flag has changed a lot since the first flag of 1777! The original flag had 13 stars and 13 stripes. The original flag had 13 stars and 13 stripes. Our current flag has 50 stars and 13 stripes. Our current flag has 50 stars and 13 stripes.

7 Why are there stars and stripes on the flag? Stars: symbol of the heavens Stars: symbol of the heavens Stripes: symbolic of the rays of light from the sun Stripes: symbolic of the rays of light from the sun 5 point star 5 point star 5 point star 5 point star

8 Why is the flag red, white, and blue? Red: stands for valor and bravery Red: stands for valor and bravery White: stands for purity and innocence White: stands for purity and innocence Blue: stands for vigilance, perseverance, and justice Blue: stands for vigilance, perseverance, and justice

9 American Flag Mini Book We are going to create a mini book that shows all of the different flags. We are going to create a mini book that shows all of the different flags. You will need your scissors. You will need your scissors.

10 ~Honoring the Flag~ Do not display the flag if the weather could damage it. Do not display the flag if the weather could damage it. Do not let the flag touch the ground. Do not let the flag touch the ground. Do not hang the flag upside down. That signals a serious emergency. Do not hang the flag upside down. That signals a serious emergency.

11 ~Honoring the Flag~ The flag may not be used for clothing. Use the colors, not the flag. The flag may not be used for clothing. Use the colors, not the flag. Display the flag from sunrise to sunset. Display the flag from sunrise to sunset. Carefully fold the flag when it is not being displayed. Carefully fold the flag when it is not being displayed.

12 ~Folding the Flag~ We will now practice correctly folding an American flag. We will now practice correctly folding an American flag.

13 Flag Culminating Activities Write facts learned about the flag in Symbols Booklet Write facts learned about the flag in Symbols Booklet

14 ~The Pledge of Allegiance~ “I Pledge Allegiance” “I Pledge Allegiance” “The Pledge of Allegiance” “The Pledge of Allegiance” “Red, White, Blue and Uncle Who?” (pp ) “Red, White, Blue and Uncle Who?” (pp ) “O, Say Can You See?” (pp ) “O, Say Can You See?” (pp )

15 Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Literacy Connections “O, Say Can You See?” (Statue of Liberty- pp ; Ellis Island-pp ) “O, Say Can You See?” (Statue of Liberty- pp ; Ellis Island-pp ) “Red, White, Blue and Uncle Who?” (pp “Red, White, Blue and Uncle Who?” (pp

16 Statue of Liberty Statue of Liberty (BrainPop Jr.) Statue of Liberty (BrainPop Jr.) Statue of Liberty Statue of Liberty She was a gift from France. She was a gift from France. She stands in New York Harbor. She stands in New York Harbor. She is 151 feet tall. She is 151 feet tall. She is a symbol of freedom and democracy. She is a symbol of freedom and democracy. She represented hope and freedom to the immigrants who came here from other countries. She represented hope and freedom to the immigrants who came here from other countries.

17 Statue of Liberty Tablet Poem “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”

18 Statue of Liberty Web Sites Statue of Liberty Virtual Tour Statue of Liberty Virtual Tour Statue of Liberty Virtual Tour Statue of Liberty Virtual Tour

19 Statue of Liberty Writing Assignment Pretend you are the Statue of Liberty. Write a story about what you observe about the immigrants who arrive at Ellis Island and see the U.S. for the first time. What do they look like? What do they say? How do they feel about coming to a new country? Pretend you are the Statue of Liberty. Write a story about what you observe about the immigrants who arrive at Ellis Island and see the U.S. for the first time. What do they look like? What do they say? How do they feel about coming to a new country?

20 Statue of Liberty Culminating Activity Write facts about the Statue of Liberty in Symbols Booklet Write facts about the Statue of Liberty in Symbols Booklet

21 Lady Justice “O, Say Can You See?” (pp ) “O, Say Can You See?” (pp )

22 Patriotic Songs

23 Star Spangled Banner Literacy Connections “O, Say Can You See?” (pp ) “O, Say Can You See?” (pp ) “Red, White, Blue and Uncle Who?” (pp ) “Red, White, Blue and Uncle Who?” (pp )

24 The Star Spangled Banner Written by Francis Scott Key on September 13, Written by Francis Scott Key on September 13, Adopted in 1931 as our national anthem Adopted in 1931 as our national anthem Star Spangled Banner Song Star Spangled Banner Song Star Spangled Banner Song Star Spangled Banner Song

25 ~America~ Written as a poem by Samuel Francis Smith Written as a poem by Samuel Francis Smith Also called “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” Also called “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” America Song America Song America Song America Song

26 ~Yankee Doodle~ Yankee Doodle Song Yankee Doodle Song Yankee Doodle Song Yankee Doodle Song

27 ~God Bless America~ God Bless America Song God Bless America Song God Bless America Song God Bless America Song

28 ~America, the Beautiful~ Written by Katharine Lee Bates in Written by Katharine Lee Bates in She saw Pike’s Peak, a 14,000 ft. mountain in Colorado, and was inspired to write the song. She saw Pike’s Peak, a 14,000 ft. mountain in Colorado, and was inspired to write the song. America, the Beautiful Song America, the Beautiful Song America, the Beautiful Song America, the Beautiful Song

29 ~America, the Beautiful Writing~ ~Assignment~ Katharine Lee Bates wrote “America, the Beautiful” after seeing the Colorado mountains. What place in America is most beautiful to you? Describe it in your writing. Katharine Lee Bates wrote “America, the Beautiful” after seeing the Colorado mountains. What place in America is most beautiful to you? Describe it in your writing.

30 Songs Culminating Activity Update Symbols Booklet Update Symbols Booklet

31 ~The Liberty Bell Literacy~ ~Connections~ “O, Say Can You See?” (pp ) “O, Say Can You See?” (pp ) “Red, White, and Blue and Uncle Who?” (pp ) “Red, White, and Blue and Uncle Who?” (pp ) “The Liberty Bell” “The Liberty Bell”

32 ~The Liberty Bell Worksheets~ The Liberty Bell – p. 18 The Liberty Bell – p. 18

33 ~The Liberty Bell~ The Liberty Bell rang when it arrived in America in 1752, and it cracked. The Liberty Bell rang when it arrived in America in 1752, and it cracked. It rang again in 1776 to announce the first reading of the Declaration of Independence…it cracked again! It rang again in 1776 to announce the first reading of the Declaration of Independence…it cracked again! While ringing for George Washington’s birthday in 1846…it cracked AGAIN! This time it could not be fixed. While ringing for George Washington’s birthday in 1846…it cracked AGAIN! This time it could not be fixed.

34 ~The Liberty Bell~ It weighs about 2,000 pounds and is made of copper and tin. It weighs about 2,000 pounds and is made of copper and tin. It is now displayed in the Liberty Bell Pavilion in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is now displayed in the Liberty Bell Pavilion in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

35 ~The Liberty Bell Culminating~ ~Activities~ Update Symbols Booklet Update Symbols Booklet Clay Liberty Bell Clay Liberty Bell

36 ~Clay Liberty Bell~ Materials: Materials: –Small clay flower pot –24” of twine –Wooden beads –Gray acrylic paint –Black Sharpie Directions: Directions: –See Trace for instruction sheet and illustrations!

37 ~Uncle Sam Literacy Connections~ “O, Say Can You See?” (pp ) “O, Say Can You See?” (pp ) “Red, White, Blue and Uncle Who?” (pp ) “Red, White, Blue and Uncle Who?” (pp )

38 ~Uncle Sam~ Congress adopted Uncle Sam as an official national symbol in Congress adopted Uncle Sam as an official national symbol in He is best known for his army recruiting posters which said, “I Want You!” He is best known for his army recruiting posters which said, “I Want You!”

39 ~Uncle Sam Culminating Activities~ Update Symbols Booklet Update Symbols Booklet Uncle Sam Hats Uncle Sam Hats

40 ~Uncle Sam Hats~ Materials: Materials: –Large paper plate –Large oatmeal container –Blue strip of construction paper –Red and white construction paper –2 12” lengths of red, white, or blue yarn –Glue –Tape Directions: Directions: –See Trace for instruction sheet with illustrations!

41 ~The Bald Eagle Literacy~ ~Connections~ “O, Say Can You See?” (pp ) “O, Say Can You See?” (pp ) “Red, White, Blue and Uncle Who?” (pp ) “Red, White, Blue and Uncle Who?” (pp )

42 ~The Bald Eagle~ The bald eagle was chosen as a symbol for our country because it symbolizes courage, strength, and freedom. The bald eagle was chosen as a symbol for our country because it symbolizes courage, strength, and freedom. The bald eagle can be seen in many places like the President’s flag, and it can be seen on a one dollar bill. The bald eagle can be seen in many places like the President’s flag, and it can be seen on a one dollar bill.

43 ~Bald Eagle Culminating Activities~ Update Symbols Booklet Update Symbols Booklet Eagle Mask Eagle Mask

44 ~The Bald Eagle – Eagle Mask~ Materials Materials –Paper plate –Scissors –Transparent tape –Hole punch –Large rubber band –Yellow marker or crayon –Glue –Small white craft feathers Directions: Directions: –See Trace for instruction sheet with illustrations!

45 ~The Great Seal Literacy~ ~Connections~ “O, Say Can You See?” (pp ) “O, Say Can You See?” (pp ) “Red, White, Blue and Uncle Who?” (pp ) “Red, White, Blue and Uncle Who?” (pp )

46 ~The Great Seal~ Adopted on June 20, 1782 Adopted on June 20, 1782 Can be seen on the back of a one-dollar bill. Can be seen on the back of a one-dollar bill.

47 ~The Great Seal Culminating~ ~Activities~ Update Symbols Booklet Update Symbols Booklet Color Pages Color Pages –The Great Seal – Obverse The Great Seal – ObverseThe Great Seal – Obverse –The Great Seal - Reverse The Great Seal - ReverseThe Great Seal - Reverse

48 The Constitution/Citizenship Day Literacy Connections “O, Say Can You See?” (pp.48-49) “O, Say Can You See?” (pp.48-49) “Shhh…We’re Writing the Constitution” “Shhh…We’re Writing the Constitution”

49 Constitution/Citizenship Day Worksheets Citizenship is Important Citizenship is Important Citizenship Day Citizenship Day I Am a Citizen I Am a Citizen Good Citizens Good Citizens

50 Constitution/Citizenship Day Celebrated September 17 to honor citizens of the US Celebrated September 17 to honor citizens of the US It is a day to think about our rights, such as voting, and our duties, such as obeying laws It is a day to think about our rights, such as voting, and our duties, such as obeying laws

51 Constitution/Citizenship Day Culminating Activity Writing Assignment Writing Assignment –Write a description of what America means to you. What does America smell like, taste like, look like? What does it feel like? What does it sound like? Constitutional Convention! Constitutional Convention!

52 Constitutional Convention Wear Red, White, and Blue Clothing Wear Red, White, and Blue Clothing All-American Meal All-American Meal –Hot Dogs –Chips –Apple Pie –Ice Cream –Lemonade/Constitutional Colas –Lifesaver Rolls Firecrackers

53 Constitutional Convention Make quill pens for signing class constitution Make quill pens for signing class constitution Write Articles of Confederation for class constitution. Share at lunch with parents. Write Articles of Confederation for class constitution. Share at lunch with parents. Flag Relay Race Flag Relay Race School-wide Citizenship Parade (each class creates a poster or wagon float depicting a US symbol, landmark, monument, song, or important person in American history School-wide Citizenship Parade (each class creates a poster or wagon float depicting a US symbol, landmark, monument, song, or important person in American history

54 Class Constitution Preamble Preamble –We the students of Mrs. Lawrence’s class, in order to live and learn in peace and safety, do establish this class constitution and promise to live by it’s rules. Committees Committees –Group students. Each group comes up with 2 rules to add to the Articles in constitution Articles Headings Articles Headings –Respect, Responsibility, Compassion, Integrity

55 Parade List Flag Flag The Great Seal The Great Seal Bald Eagle Bald Eagle Uncle Sam Uncle Sam Liberty Bell Liberty Bell Star Spangled Banner Star Spangled Banner Pledge of Allegiance Pledge of Allegiance Constitution Constitution Declaration of Independence Declaration of Independence Independence Day Independence Day Patriot Day (9/11) Patriot Day (9/11) The White House The White House Capitol Building Capitol Building Supreme Court Building Supreme Court Building Arlington National Cemetery Arlington National Cemetery Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial Washington Monument Washington Monument Molly Pitcher Molly Pitcher Mount Rushmore Mount Rushmore Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln Dolly Madison Dolly Madison Clara Barton Clara Barton Independence Hall Independence Hall Benjamin Franklin Benjamin Franklin Martin Luther King, Jr. Martin Luther King, Jr. George Washington George Washington Paul Revere Paul Revere James Madison James Madison


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