Word Find - Find the words from the Word Box in the puzzle.
Handwriting - Trace in the sentence and color the flag as the sentence indicates.
Vocabulary - Put these Independence Day words in alphabetical order.
Poem - Write an acrostic poem about Independence Day. For each letter,
write words or phrases relating to Independence Day that begin with
the letter on that line.
Comic Strip - Create a comic strip that shows why we celebrate the
Fourth of July every year.
Trivia - We ask you a number of facts that are related to the celebration and events of the day.
Brain Chunks - How many words can you make out of the
letters that spell Independence Day? Write as
many words as you can on the lines below.
See What You Learned - We'll ask you a series of questions. This is great as a class starter to see what students know from the get go.
Language Arts Worksheets:
Writing Activity - Tell us about your past experience and what you expect to do this year.
Picture Sentences - Draw an object that represents Independence Day to you. Then
write five sentences about Independence Day.
The Liberty Bell - The Liberty Bell was purchased for the
Pennsylvania State House in Philadelphia.
Once in place, though, when it was rung, it
made an awful sound. Then it cracked. The
bell was repaired, and cracked again, several
times, and it never did sound quite right.