Let your students discover the 50 American states with a fun and engaging lesson. Have your students learn about the US flag and write a poem about it with ease.
Your American Flag Poetry Unit in detail:
This bundle gathers 4 resources from our store: a mini-unit about a poem, a flapbook about the American flag day and one about the United States in general together with a set of flashcards about the 50 states.
You will find:
❑ a warm up activity with a flag to color
❑ a reading activity from Shel Silverstein’s poem
❑ a viewing activity
❑ a listening activity (together with its answer key)
❑ a writing follow-up
❑ a pronunciation activity
❑ two US maps (one with abbreviations, another one with states names)
Here is a nice set of 50 flashcards about the 50 American States. You will find four different versions to better suit your needs and enable a variety of activities in your classroom. The first page consists in a cover page and a clickable list of the different versions. You’ll only need to print out 25 pages (2 cards per page).
This flapbook is a culture reference guide to have your students learn more about theAmerican Flag and its celebration on June 14th. You will just need to print out 3 pages (on white paper if you want your students to color in the illustrations). Four versions are included: colored or B&W, completed or to be completed. Feel free to ask for another one if you need. The different tabs will enable your students to learn or research information about the following topics:
❑ When and where is it celebrated? (with QR code)
❑ What is it?
❑ What does the flag look like?
❑ How was it created?
❑ Can you recite this? (with QR code and text link)
This flapbook is a culture reference guide to have your beginners learn more about the United States and the American people. You will just need to print out 3 pages (on white paper if you want your students to color in the illustrations). Four versions are included: colored or B&W, completed or to be completed.
❑ Politics and Religion
❑ Main cities
How to use this resource:
This mini-lesson is aimed at beginners. The poem is very easy to understand and imitate. You can complete its study with the follow-ups. The phonics are meant to work on rhymes and help your students find rhymes for their poem.
This set is not editable. The links to listening, reading and viewing activities are included. The files in the archive are PDF to be open in Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Please download the preview to get a detailed overview.
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