American Symbols Task Cards
These American Symbols Task Cards are a fun and engaging way to reinforce learning and review at the end of a unit. They are so versatile because there are so many different ways to use them in the classroom!
✔32 Task Cards
✔6 Vocabulary & Definitions Cards
✔A PDF for quick printing
✔Blank Cards in a PowerPoint so you can make your own
There are questions on the task cards about the following American Symbols:
⭐ Bald Eagle
⭐ Statue of Liberty
⭐ Washington Monument
⭐ White House
⭐ Jefferson Memorial
⭐ American Flag
⭐ Liberty Bell
⭐ Lincoln Memorial
⭐ Capitol Building
⭐ Supreme Court
⭐ Star-Spangled Banner
⭐ Mount Rushmore
Here are a few meaningful and fun ways to use them:
✔as scoot cards --get the kiddos moving around the room
✔as desk rotations or all around the room games
✔for science centers
✔as a closure activity at the end of a lesson
✔as a question of the day on the overhead projector
✔as a review game
✔as a quiet activity for fast finishers
✔for indoor recess
✔to study for an upcoming test or assessment
They work well for partner work or individual work. I’ve even sent them home on a few occasions with some of my students to use as a study tool for an upcoming test or assessment.
✔6 Vocabulary Words
✔6 Definition Cards
✔These are great to use for sort and match-up games or as flashcards to help students study.
Just print, cut, and laminate. These are best if printed on card stock and laminated to keep them preserved for years to come. Wipe down and store in large ziplock baggies.
More great news!! New science and social studies task cards and other interactive activities and games are coming soon! These are the perfect complement to my other science and social studies units.
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