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Presidents
             Presidents



United States
             United States



Read and Color
            The History of President's Day
            Who Would Want To Be President?
            President Lincoln


Bulletin Board
            "Prestigious Presidents" Bulletin Board


President's Day Dot to Dots
            Challenging President's Day Dot to Dots with Number Patterns
            Challenging President's Day Dot to Dots with Number Patterns: Solutions


Very Quick Readers
     Is There a President in Your Pocket? (Very Quick Reader; Grade 4-6 Readability)
     President Washington's Pearly Whites (Very Quick Reader; Grade 4-6 Readability)
     The Road to Becoming the First President (Very Quick Reader; Grade 5-6 Readability)
     The Inauguration of a President (Very Quick Reader; Grade 6-8 Readability)


Short Readers
     The Childhood of Our First President (Short Reader; Grade 4-5 Readability)
     The Picture of a President (Short Reader; Grade 4-6 Readability)
     When Is Presidents Day? (Short Reader; Grade 4-6 Readability)
     Happy President's Day (Short Reader; Grade 5-6 Readability)


Reading Comprehensions
     Meghan Wants to be President
     President George W. Giraffe
     Vanessa for President (Grades 1-3)
     Lisa for President (Grades 1-3)
     Gary for President (Grades 1-3)
     Freddy for President (Grades 1-3)
     Biff for President (Grades 1-3)
     Dolley Madison Saves President Washington (Grades 2-3)
     Wendy's World- What is a President? (Grades 2-3)
     Andrew Johnson - 17th President (Grades 2-3)
     The 42nd President - William Jefferson Clinton (Grades 2-3)
     A Palace for the President The Story of the White House, Part 1 (Grades 3-5)
     Assassination of Lincoln: President Lincoln- Mending the Nation (Grades 3-5)
     The President's Cabinet (Grades 3-5)
     Ulysses S. Grant as President (Grades 3-5)
     Why President Lincoln Grew a Beard (Grades 4-5)
     John Quincy Adams as President (Grades 4-5)
     Campaigning to be President (Grades 5-6)
     President George W. Bush (Grades 5-8)
     President Clinton, Vice President Gore, and the Environment (Grades 5-8)
     Electing Our President (Grades 6-8)
     The Assassination of President McKinley (Grades 6-8)
     A Burglary, a Scandal, and a President (Grades 6-8)
     George Washington - President (Grades 6-8)
     The President Is Shot (Grades 6-8)
     President Carter's Mission of Peace (Grades 6-8)
     How Does the Outgoing President Leave on Inauguration Day? (Grades 6-8)
     The President's Role in Passing Laws (Grades 6-8)
     Dealing with the Press, One Part of the President's Job (Grades 6-8)
     The President's Cabinet (Grades 6-8)
     The President's Staff (Grades 6-8)
     A President's Day (Grades 6-8)
     From Electrician to President (Grades 7-9)
     Presidents, Kings, Dictators (Grades 9-12)
     The Power of the President (Grades 9-12)


Reluctant Reader Books
     Meet President Obama (Grade 4-5)
     Fun Facts about America's First President (Grade 5-6)
     President Barack Obama (Grade 5-6)


Finish the Story
     President's Day (Grade 3-4)
     A President's Day Surprise (Grade 4-6)
     Presidents' Day Who Am I? (Grade 6-8)


What Would You Do?
     Inauguration Day: What Would You Do if You Were President? (Grade 6-9)


Literature Book Units
     Class President (Marvin Redpost 5) (Grades 2-4)
     Class President (Grades 3-5)
     The Kid Who Ran for President (Grades 4-6)
     I am a Genius of Unspeakable Evil and I want to be your Class President (Grades 6-8)
     The Kid Who Became President (Grades 3-8)


Read and Color Books
            A History of Father's Day
            The Mysterious Booth (September 17)
            Introduction to February
            Our President Read and Color


Reading Comprehension Lesson Ideas
    
Miscellaneous
(Grades 3-5)
     Andrew Jackson
     Andrew Johnson
     Ann McGovern
     Can Children Live in the White House?
     Can Children Live in the White House?
     Chester A. Arthur
     Earth Day's Founding Father
     Fort Sumter National Monument
     Franklin Pierce
     Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve
     Grace Coolidge
     Half-Staff
     Hot Springs National Park
     Iran
     James Garfield
     James K. Polk
     Kisses for Kaeden
     Making a Difference in Faraway Lands
     Martin Van Buren
     Millard Fillmore
     Mother's Day
     Rutherford B. Hayes
     Shenandoah National Park
     The Plaque on the Wall
     Theodore Roosevelt National Park
     Ulysses S. Grant
     William Taft
     You Can Write a Model of This Poem
     Zach and His Little Red Wagon
(Grades 6-8)
     "I Will Fight No More Forever"- Chief Joseph
     A Brief History of the Pledge of Allegiance
     A National Holiday for Giving Thanks
     Abraham Lincoln
     America's New Year Celebration: The Tournament of Roses
     An Eagle for an Emblem
     Annie Wignall's Care Bags
     Attorney General
     Barack Obama
     Barbara Bush
     Benjamin Harrison
     Bess Truman
     Betty Ford
     Calvin Coolidge
     Children in the White House
     Children in the White House
     Children in the White House
     Claudia "Lady Bird" Johnson
     Colin Powell
     Council of Economic Advisers
     Dry Tortugas National Park
     Dwight Eisenhower
     Edith Roosevelt
     Edith Wilson
     Eleanor Roosevelt
     Ellen Wilson
     Environmental Protection Agency
     Florence Harding
     Franklin D. Roosevelt
     George H. W. Bush
     George W. Bush
     George Washington's Teeth
     George Washington
     Gerald Ford
     Grover Cleveland
     Growing Up in the White House
     Growing Up in the White House
     Growing Up in the White House
     Harry Truman
     Helen Taft
     Herbert Hoover
     Hillary Rodham Clinton
     History of the National Park Service
     Hoovervilles
     Indian Territory Becomes the State of Oklahoma
     Jacqueline Kennedy
     James Buchanan
     James Madison
     James Monroe
     Jimmy Carter
     John Adams
     John F. Kennedy
     John Quincy Adams
     John Tyler
     Johnny Clem, "Drummer Boy of Chickamauga"
     Lady Liberty Gets a Makeover!
     Laura Bush
     Leader of the Free World
     Lincoln Home National Historic Site
     Lou Hoover
     Lyndon Johnson
     Mamie Eisenhower
     Michelle Obama
     Mother's Day Around the World
     Nancy Pelosi, Lady of Power
     Nancy Reagan
     Noah McCullough, Author
     Not Just Soldiers
     Office of Management and Budget
     Old Steamboat: Famous Bucking Horse of the Old West
     Pat Nixon
     Poinsett: the Man Behind the Flower
     Presidential Appointments
     Presidential Travel
     Richard Nixon
     Robert Newton Peck
     Ronald Reagan
     Rosalynn Carter
     Sanitary Fairs: Civil War Fundraisers
     Secretary of Agriculture
     Secretary of Commerce
     Secretary of Defense
     Secretary of Education
     Secretary of Energy
     Secretary of Health and Human Services
     Secretary of Homeland Security
     Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
     Secretary of Labor
     Secretary of State
     Secretary of the Interior
     Secretary of the Treasury
     Secretary of Transportation
     Secretary of Veterans Affairs
     Sharon Draper
     Sherman Alexie, Jr.
     Sinclair Lewis
     State of the Union
     Thanksgiving's Superhero: Sarah Hale
     The 1980 Eruption of Mount St. Helens
     The Apache Kid: Outlaw Legend of the Southwest, Part 1
     The Birth of an Idea
     The Chinese Exclusion Act
     The Civil War and Inflation
     The Paper Clips Project
     The Sooner State
     Theodore Roosevelt
     Thomas Jefferson
     Tippecanoe and Tyler, Too
     Trail of Tears, Part 2
     United States Ambassador to the United Nations
     United States Trade Representative
     Warren Harding
     What Happens on Inauguration Day?
     White House Chief of Staff
     Who Built the Brooklyn Bridge? The Emily W. Roebling Story
     Who Invented UPC Bar Codes?
     Whom Do You Honor on Veterans Day?
     William Clinton
     William Henry Harrison
     William McKinley
     Woodrow Wilson
     Yoshiko Uchida
     Zachary Taylor
(Grades 9-12)
     Arthur Miller
     Carrie Chapman Catt: Founder of The League of Women Voters
     Flatulence: The Gas We Pass
     Grace Abbott: Child Labor Activist
     Harper Lee
     History of the Empire State Building
     Hurricane Katrina, August 2005
     Joseph Heller
     Ray Bradbury
     Robert Cormier
     Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins: Native American Author and Educator
     Stuttering
     The Brooks and Baxter War
     The Marva Collins Story: "A Brilliant Child Inside Every Student"
     The Old Man of the Mountain
     Thomas Fitzpatrick, AKA Broken Hand, Part 2
     Whose Signature Is On Your Dollar Bill?
     Write a Model of This Poem

Geography
(Grades 3-5)
     Kit Carson
     Old Hickory
     The Louisiana Purchase
     The Star-Spangled Banner
     The Teddy Bear
(Grades 6-8)
     America's Wealthiest Man
     Argentina - History
     Born Free Mary McLeod-Bethune
     Nicaragua - Culture: El Nino Poeta
     Nigeria - History
     Paraguay - Culture: Camilo Soares Machado
     Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall
     The Little General
     Turkey - History
(Grades 9-12)
     Bolivia - History
     Cote d'Ivoire - History
     Cuba - History
     Ecuador - History
     Falkland Islands - History
     Georgia - History
     Guyana - History
     Nicaragua - History
     Puerto Rico - History
     Uruguay - History
     Venezuela - History
     Vietnam - History


Finish the Story
     Eastern Escape (Grade 3-4)
     And the Winner Is... (Grade 4-6)
     A Place in Women's History (Grade 4-6)
     A New Nation, a New Flag (Grade 4-6)
     I Saw the Inaugural Parade (Grade 5-6)
     Inauguration Day (Grade 6-8)
     Pioneers (Grade 6-8)
     A Great Idea (Grade 6-8)


What Would You Do?
     If I Were First Lady (Grade 4-6)
     A Game of Gossip (Grade 6-8)
     Transport Yourself Into the Future (Grade 7-9)
     National American Indian Heritage Month (Grade 8-10)


Reader's Theater Scripts and Plays
     A Veteran's Day Celebration (Grades 1-3)
     At the Post Office (Grades 2-4)
     Beginning of the New... (Grades 3-4)
     What Is Your Favorite Winter Holiday? (Grades 3-5)
     A More Perfect Union (Grade 4)
     School Employees Appreciation Day (Grades 4-6)
     How to Handle a Bully (Grades 4-8)
     Question Mark Seeks Answers about Presidential Inaugurations (Grades 5-7)
     Organization (Grades 6-7)


Reluctant Reader Books
     If I Lived at the White House... (Grade 2-3)
     Summer Postcards from Blake and Bill (Grade 2-3)
     Brave Ruby Bridges (Grade 3-4)
     Presidential Pets (Grade 3-4)
     Groundhog Day: The History and the Holiday (Grade 3-5)
     NH is for New Hampshire (Grade 3-5)
     The ABCs of Baroque Music (Grade 3-5)
     Meet Me in Miami: My Trip to Super Bowl XLIV (Grade 3-12)
     Aliens: Fact or Fiction? (Grade 4-5)
     Back to School All Around the World (Grade 4-5)
     Early Years of a Leader (Grade 4-5)
     From Three Brothers to a Band: The History of The Jonas Brothers (Grade 4-5)
     Justin Bieber (Grade 4-5)
     Showtime for Punxsutawney Phil (Grade 4-5)
     AL is for Alabama (Grade 4-6)
     AR is for Arkansas (Grade 4-6)
     CA is for California (Grade 4-6)
     GA is for Georgia (Grade 4-6)
     Hall of Records at Mount Rushmore (Grade 4-6)
     IA is for Iowa (Grade 4-6)
     IL is for Illinois (Grade 4-6)
     IN is for Indiana (Grade 4-6)
     KS is for Kansas (Grade 4-6)
     KY is for Kentucky (Grade 4-6)
     Landmarks of the United States (Grade 4-6)
     MA is for Massachusetts (Grade 4-6)
     MI is for Michigan (Grade 4-6)
     MN is for Minnesota (Grade 4-6)
     MO is for Missouri (Grade 4-6)
     MS is for Mississippi (Grade 4-6)
     NC is for North Carolina (Grade 4-6)
     NE is for Nebraska (Grade 4-6)
     NV is for Nevada (Grade 4-6)
     NY is for New York (Grade 4-6)
     OH is for Ohio (Grade 4-6)
     SC is for South Carolina (Grade 4-6)
     T Is for Thanksgiving (Grade 4-6)
     TN is for Tennessee (Grade 4-6)
     TX is for Texas (Grade 4-6)
     VA is for Virginia (Grade 4-6)
     VT is for Vermont (Grade 4-6)
     WA is for Washington (Grade 4-6)
     B Is for Baseball (Grade 5-6)
     Thank You, Dr. Martin Luther King! (Grade 5-6)
     Welcome Aboard Air Force One (Grade 5-6)
     Frisbees (Grade 5-8)
     Haiti Then and Now (Grade 6-7)
     Meet George Washington (Grade 6-7)
     Castles: Magnificent Palaces (Grade 6-8)
     Famous Cemeteries Around the World (Grade 6-8)
     Famous Cemeteries in the U.S. (Grade 6-8)
     Glaciers in Alaska (Grade 6-8)


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