US Landmarks and Symbols — free 3-part Montessori cards
I made some Montessori 3-part cards for the kids for our study of some of the well-known landmarks and symbols of the United States. These cards include landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty, the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, the White House, Mount Rushmore and more.
You can download the US Landmarks and Symbols Cards at this link. We used these cards by talking about where they were located and placing them on our giant plastic map.
You might also want to check out the Safari USA Toob (affiliate link) which includes Lincoln Memorial, Hoover Dam, Liberty Bell, Alamo, Mount Rushmore, Statue of Liberty, Gateway Arch, U.S. Capitol, Empire State Building, White House, American Flag, Bald Eagle
Safari USA Toob (affiliate link)
RECENTLY: We went into much more depth about the US again. Not only did we go over some of the well-known American landmarks and symbols, but we went over some basic facts about the US government. We have a new 40-page US Civics and Government Unit available which includes civics cards, pages about the 3 branches of government, sorting cards about the different responsibilities of the legislative, judicial and executive branches and much more.
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