Good luck. Hi Liliana, You clearly have access to a computer. Better yet, if you are at a library, ask the librarian to help you find books. I have written a few other articles about Washington. Your email address will not be published.
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The story of his teeth reveals Kayla, What information are you looking for? If you tell me maybe I can help. Can you tell me more about where he went to school at? Thanks, Sophie. His famed poise and reputation for disinterested virtue were, in many ways, an outgrowth of the lessons that he first encountered in the Rules of Civility. As a general and as president, Washington was widely described as someone who could take conflicting opinions and give a peaceful resolution in a calm, considered, and thoughtful manner. A formal education alone could not have imparted him with such admirable self-control.
Washington's social education enabled him to maintain a delicate balance between ambition and modesty throughout his life. Notes: 1. Paul K. I, eds. Donald Jackson and Dorothy Twohig. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, , xxiv. Ibid, Andrews from to American Revolution. Continental Army Reading Comprehension. Valley Forge Reading Comprehension - Online. Valley Forge Reading Comprehension.
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Watch video series. Needlework helped her to pass the time through the long, cold winters. The whistling bullets heralded the start of the Seven Years' War, as it was called in Europe. In the British finally took the forks of the Ohio. As a young man, George was no different from other members of the Virginia planter class in his attitude that there was nothing morally wrong with slavery.
Description: This resource includes a reading passage and seven multiple choice questions. Freemasons Reading Comprehension - Online. George Washington Myths Reading Comprehension. Grade Levels: 3, 4, 5.
The father of Washington received his education at Appleby School in England, and, true to his alma mater, he sent his two elder sons to the. However, this lack of education was not George Washington's fault. He read numerous books and tried to commit to memory facts that he deemed to be of.
Vernon Reading Comprehension. Presidential Mismatch - Online Game. Description: Students must rearrange the presidential chart so that the presidents are in the correct order in which they served. The number of presidents used in the game is customizable. The timer allows for friendly competitions. Students who enjoy history will love this game! Description: Students play the role of a virtual history teacher and must grade responses to three questions about the life of George Washington.
Each response is incomplete, and students must fill in the missing information in the "response" section. Students can use the George Washington biography for reference. George Washington Cloze Reading. George Washington Paralaugh.
Description: Create a hilarious story about George Washington by adding nouns, verbs, and adjectives. This is the Mr. Nussbaum version of a mad lib. Description: This is a beautiful outline of a U. Description: This fun activities allows students to have a bit of fun with Leutze's famous depiction of Washington crossing the icy Delaware River in Description: This activity requires students to play the role of a soldier camped during the dreadful winter of at Valley Forge.
Students must use their knowledge of the conditions and morale at Valley Forge to pen a letter to a friend or family member describing the misery. Type: Social Studies Prompt.
Presidential Heights. Description: Did you know James Madison was the shortest president? Did you know Abraham Lincoln was the tallest president? This fun math activity requires students to answer questions about the heights of presidents by viewing the bar graph and making conversions from feet to inches and inches to feet. Type: Math Fun. Description: This awesome jigsaw allows students to make their own jigsaw pieces, or, allow the program to auto-cut pieces.
Format: Game. Revolutionary Figures and Social Media. Description: This fun activity challenges students to create a static social media page about their favorite revolutionary figure. Rushmore Coloring Page. Description: This is a beautifully illustrated Mt Rushmore coloring page.
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