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Before reading the book, have students fill out a KWHL chart on Washington. The KWHL chart should be used before, during, and after a student reads about Washington. Filling out the KWHL chart prepares a student for reading about a topic, helps in reviewing what has been learned about the material, gives help in obtaining more information, and readies the student to write about what they have learned.
Then have the students cut out each page of the book. Staple the pages together at the top of the page, then read the book and answer the questions.
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Skills practiced: reading, history.
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George Washington was born in western Virginia in 1732.
1. 272 years (in 2004, after his birthday)
French and Indian War
George Washington led the first battle of the French and Indian War, fighting with the British. The British taxes levied to pay for this war eventually caused the Colonists to revolt against the British.
1. French and Indian War
George Washington was the Commander in Chief for the Patriots against the British in the Revolutionary War.
1. George Washington
The US Consitution
In 1787, George Washington led the Constitutioinal Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1. Articles of Confederation
George Washington served two terms as President of the USA, establishing the US government, but he refused a third term.
1. John Adams
Washington died in 1799. George Washington has been honored for being the "Father of his Country."
1. Mt. Vernon
2. quarter, dollar bill
Fill in the blanks in this timeline of Washington's life.
1732 - Washington is born
1754 - French & Indian War begins
1789 - Washington marries Martha Custis
1773 - Boston Tea Party
1776 - Declaration of Independence
1787 - Constitutional Convention
1789 - Washington elected President
1791 - Bill of Rights adopted
1799 - Washington dies.
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