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Constitution Day

Tomorrow {September 17th} is Constitution Day.  Are you teaching it in your classroom?  Here are some books that I found that could be useful to you!

A More Perfect Union
by: Betsy and Giulio Maestro

Shh!  We're Writing the Constitution
by: Tomie dePaola

We the Kids
by: David Catrow

I also just updated my Celebrate America! pack which includes many resources for teaching about American Symbols.

It includes:
     ~ an American Symbols book for students to read and color
     ~ photographs of American symbols
     ~ Memory Match game {can also be used in a pocket chart}

I'm giving away 2 copies!  Leave me a comment with your favorite holiday to teach {or wish you could teach} and I'll randomly choose 2 winners by 9:00 EST tonight!

P.S. ~ my $50 Really Good Stuff gift card giveaway is still going on!  Click here to enter!


  1. I love to teach President's Day because I am fascinated by Abraham Lincoln! I also love teaching during Halloween because fall is so much fun and I love all the themed stuff :)

  2. Cute blog!! I just found it and have no idea how! :) Great activities...I love teaching during the fall---bats, spiders,Halloween, etc!

    Mrs. Thigpen's Kindergarten

  3. I love both Thanksgiving and MLKJ Day. Both really get kids thinking about heir lives. I love how with Thanksgiving, kids take a look at their lives and realize how blessed they are. I love the way my kids think about others after MRKJ Day. I also love how we talk about MLKJ's dreams and what our dreams are for the future. My kids have always come up with some pretty amazing things.


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