SEARCH PRINTABLES Search

Results for “statue of liberty

GRADE RANGE

Use sliders to modify grade range
PreK 8

Grades:PreK - 8

Update Results

TYPE

Update Results

SUBJECTS

Viewing 1-32 of 32

Statue of Liberty Bulletin Board Card (Clip Art)
Post this Statue of Liberty bulletin board card, along with others in the series, to create a literacy themed display.
Grade: 1-6, Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Topic: Immigration
Measure the Statue of Liberty: Math (Plan Book, Learning Activity, Lesson Plan)
Use non-standard units of measurement to explore the Statue of Liberty.
Grade: K-2, Subject: Math, Social Studies, Topic: Time and Measurement, Civics and Government, Flags, Monuments, Symbols, Immigration, Human Rights
Statue of Liberty: Reading Passage and Comprehension Questions (Worksheet)
Read an informational article about the Statue of Liberty and answer comprehension questions.
Grade: 4-6, Subject: Reading, Social Studies, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Immigration
Statue of Liberty (Clip Art)
Colorful clipart with an immigration theme and the Statue of Liberty.
Grade: 2-6, Subject: Social Studies, Topic: Flags, Monuments, Symbols, Immigration
Statue of Liberty: Reading Passage and Comprehension Questions (Worksheet, Homework Form)
Read an informational article about the Statue of Liberty. Answer questions about main idea, supporting details, drawing conclusions and vocabulary.
Grade: 4-6, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Social Studies, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Immigration
Statue of Liberty's Torch with Blue Book Bulletin Board Card (Clip Art)
Post this Statue of Liberty's torch with blue book bulletin board card, along with others in the series, to create a literacy themed display.
Grade: 1-6, Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Topic: Immigration
Statue of Liberty's Torch with Orange Book Bulletin Board Card (Clip Art)
Post this Statue of Liberty's torch with orange book bulletin board card, along with others in the series, to create a literacy themed display.
Grade: 1-6, Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Topic: Immigration
Statue of Liberty's Torch with Purple Book Bulletin Board Card (Clip Art)
Post this Statue of Liberty's torch with purple book bulletin board card, along with others in the series, to create a literacy themed display.
Grade: 1-6, Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Topic: Immigration
Statue of Liberty's Torch with Red Book Bulletin Board Card (Clip Art)
Post this Statue of Liberty's torch with red book bulletin board card, along with others in the series, to create a literacy themed display.
Grade: 1-6, Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Topic: Immigration
Statue of Liberty's Torch with Yellow Book Bulletin Board Card (Clip Art)
Post this Statue of Liberty's torch with yellow book bulletin board card, along with others in the series, to create a literacy themed display.
Grade: 1-6, Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Topic: Immigration
Statue of Liberty Activities! (Learning Activity)
This cute Statue of Liberty can be made from heavy index paper. Color, cut out and fold to make her stand on a table. Secure the torch to her...
Grade: Pre-K-3
Statue of Liberty (B&W) (Clip Art)
Use this graphic of the Statue of Liberty in a Symbols of America book. Add it also to your classroom display for the Fourth of July.
Grade: Pre-K-5, Subject: Social Studies, Character and Values, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: American History, Flags, Monuments, Symbols, Courage, Bravery, Heroism, Loyalty, Holidays, Patriotism, Honor
The Statue of Liberty (Clip Art)
Create a bulletin board titled, America's Patriotic Symbols. Use the Statue of Liberty on this display. Add important historical facts to enhance...
Grade: Pre-K-5, Subject: Social Studies, Character and Values, Topic: American History, Civics and Government, Flags, Monuments, Symbols, Patriotism
Statue of Liberty Reproducible Book Cover (Stationery)
Create a themed book using this reproducible book cover.
Grade: K-3, Subject: Language Arts, Social Studies, Topic: Writing, Flags, Monuments, Symbols, Immigration
Statue of Liberty and Fireworks (Clip Art)
Add this symbol to a Symbols of America book. Use it on your classroom bulletin board displays honoring our country.
Grade: Pre-K-5, Subject: Social Studies, Character and Values, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: American History, Flags, Monuments, Symbols, Courage, Bravery, Heroism, Loyalty, Holidays, Patriotism, Honor
4th Of July! (Illustration)
Celebrate Independence Day with this coloring page of the Statue of Liberty.
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Holidays
Lady Liberty (Mixed Skills): Fast Finishers - Grades 2-3 (Worksheet)
How long is the nose on the Statue of Liberty? Students find out by following the steps provided, and shading in the boxes on a hundred chart!...
Grade: 2-3, Subject: Math, Topic: Money, Time and Measurement, Patterns
Poster-Board Shields: Social Studies Activity (Worksheet)
Students can make these poster-board shields and decorate them with mottos, geometric motifs, flags, or other symbols to represent their topic...
Grade: 2-3, Subject: Language Arts, Social Studies, Topic: Writing
American Revolution: Daughters of Liberty (formed in 1766): Spinning for Liberty (Play, Readers Theater Script)
The Daughters of Liberty supported the boycott of tea and cloth produced in England. They urged American colonists to support American businesses...
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Reading, Social Studies, Topic: Content Area Reading, Reading Fluency, Civics and Government, Women's History and Experience, American History, Individuals, Groups, Institutions
"Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of a Great Book" Bulletin Board Card (Clip Art)
Post this "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of a Great Book" bulletin board card, along with others in the series, to create a literacy themed display.
Grade: 1-6, Subject: Social Studies, Language Arts, Topic: Immigration
The 'Seven' Statues - Multiplication Facts--7s (Learning Activity)
Practice learning the multiplication facts of 7 by completing the blanks in this interesting statue.
Grade: 2-5, Subject: Math, Topic: Multiplication and Division
What Liberty Means To Me! (Note Paper)
This Liberty Bell writing prompt encourages children to think about Independence Day and the concepts of freedom and liberation.
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Language Arts, Topic: Writing
My Liberty Book! (Learning Activity)
Lady Liberty decorates this book cover, which can be used to bind a writing assignment on Independence Day, or a collection of Fourth of July...
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Holidays
Lily and Miss Liberty (Level N): Reading Response Trifold for Grades 2-3 (Worksheet)
A trifold “bookmark” made specifically for Carla Stevens' Lily and Miss Liberty!
Grade: 2-3, Subject: Reading, Topic: Guided Reading, Reading Support, Independent Reading, Reading Response, Literature
Liberty Bell (B&W) (Clip Art)
Add this symbol to a Symbols of America book. Use it on your classroom bulletin board displays honoring our country.
Grade: Pre-K-5, Subject: Social Studies, Character and Values, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: American History, Flags, Monuments, Symbols, Courage, Bravery, Heroism, Loyalty, Holidays, Patriotism, Honor
Let Freedom Ring: Summer Glyph Activity (Worksheet)
While creating the glyph, children have the opportunity to share their preferences about the Fourth of July and our country!
Grade: K-1, Subject: Math, Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Early Learning, Topic: Data Analysis, Holidays, Seasonal Themes, Glyphs, Early Math
Thomas Jefferson: Nonfiction Passage & Crossword Puzzle (Worksheet)
Thomas Jefferson was the main author of the Declaration of Independence, and also our third President!
Grade: 3-6, Subject: Reading, Social Studies, Topic: Content Area Reading, Reading Comprehension, Civics and Government
The Constitution: Essential Questions for Social Studies (Worksheet)
The United States Constitution embodies the American values of self-government, distributed powers, and individual freedoms. Facts and more to...
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Social Studies, Professional Development, Topic: Civics and Government, Teacher Tips and Strategies
Civil Rights Movement: Essential Questions for Social Studies (Worksheet)
During the historic Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s-60s, African Americans strengthened efforts to achieve their rights. This unit will help...
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Social Studies, Professional Development, Topic: American History, Teacher Tips and Strategies
Synonym Strips: Better Than Book Reports (Worksheet)
Designed to help students broaden their vocabularies, this activity challenges students to generate lists of synonyms. Students then use the...
Grade: 2-6, Subject: Reading, Language Arts, Topic: Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary, Writing, Grammar and Punctuation, Reading Response
Citizenship: Essential Questions for Social Studies (Worksheet)
A healthy democracy depends on the education and participation of its citizens. This unit explores the concept of citizenship by introducing...
Grade: 4-8, Subject: Social Studies, Professional Development, Topic: Civics and Government, Teacher Tips and Strategies
Cut-Away Books: Social Studies Activity (Worksheet)
Cut-away books have covers that are shaped like a famous person’s profile, a historical building, or any imaginative form students might choose!
Grade: 2-3, Subject: Language Arts, Social Studies, Topic: Writing

Items per page: