The Statue of Liberty is an excellent symbol of freedom around the world. Your students will enjoy learning about the history, facts, meanings, and the importance of the Statue of Liberty with the components of this engaging, helpful resource!
In addition to the beautiful Statue of Liberty collaborative poster, students will complete a close reading unit and activities. The collaborative poster features a writing prompt and brain friendly fun. Students will collaborate to assemble the poster for your classroom wall, bulletin board, classroom door, hallway, lobby, or library. Watch students and staff stop and look at your Statue of Liberty poster…it is eye catching!
The Statue of Liberty collaborative poster includes assembly instructions and helpful tips to make it even better! You will only need to print this one time per class! That’s it.The collaboration poster project is a perfect size to laminate.
You’ll love watching your students collaborate. The activity is designed for students to communicate and work together. Encourage your students to find class members with poster pieces near their own to create their masterpiece. The writing activity is very meaningful and reflective of, “what does freedom mean to me.”
Danielle Knight and Shelly Rees have teamed up to bring you this creative and skilled filled reading unit.
Statue of Liberty High Interest Close Reads Unit includes:
★ Statue of Liberty Informational Reading Passage
★ Differentiated in 3 Lexile Levels (580, 790, and 1,050)
★ Close Reading Steps
★ Lexile/Grade Level Chart
★ Annotation Guide
★ 5 Days of Close Reading Pages Activity
★ Lady Liberty Fun Facts
★ Statue of Liberty vocabulary
★ Answer Keys
Statue of Liberty Collaborative Poster includes:
★ Explicit and complete directions from start to finish
★ An optional row of pieces in the event you have more students
★ A writing activity focusing on, “What does freedom mean to you?”
★ Statue of Liberty coloring page (with the writing prompt and without – this is a great take-home piece!)
★ Pieces for your students to color and complete the writing response
★ Mini poster version with prompt and without
Recommended supplies needed: crayons, colored pencils, scissors, tape or stapler
Please provide me with really appreciated feedback!
CREATIVE READING ACTIVITY!
Created by Danielle Knight and Shelly Rees, [© Study All Knight and Appletastic Learning 2017]