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Can anyone help me find primary sources on American symbols, landmarks, and essential documents?

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Can anyone help me find primary sources on American symbols, landmarks, and essential documents?

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You can find several here: http://www.primarysourcelearning.org/db/LE/display.php?p=Overview&k=1685 This lesson plan for elementary-age children studies some of the primary source documents and symbols of freedom which were and are important for the nation. The lesson plan uses the following documents: “The Mayflower Compact”; “The Declaration of Independence”; “The Constitution”; and the “Bill of Rights.” It studies these symbols: the “Bald Eagle”; the “Fourth of July”; the “American Flag”; the “Liberty Bell”; “Independence Hall”; “Lady of Justice”; “Pledge of Allegiance”; “Statue of Liberty”; and “Uncle Sam.” Each lesson provides a relevant student activity. Lists 18 print resources, four videos, and 14 Web sites. The teacher section addresses state standards; provides a detailed outline; and offers additional information and illustrations of the subject matter. (BT) (click on ERIC f

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You can find several here: http://www.primarysourcelearning.org/db/LE/display.php?p=Overview&k=1685 This lesson plan for elementary-age children studies some of the primary source documents and symbols of freedom which were and are important for the nation. The lesson plan uses the following documents: “The Mayflower Compact”; “The Declaration of Independence”; “The Constitution”; and the “Bill of Rights.” It studies these symbols: the “Bald Eagle”; the “Fourth of July”; the “American Flag”; the “Liberty Bell”; “Independence Hall”; “Lady of Justice”; “Pledge of Allegiance”; “Statue of Liberty”; and “Uncle Sam.” Each lesson provides a relevant student activity. Lists 18 print resources, four videos, and 14 Web sites. The teacher section addresses state standards; provides a detailed outline; and offers additional information and illustrations of the subject matter. (BT) (click on ERIC f

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