Happy Presidents' Day!
It's just around the corner and coming up fast, if the speed at which January blew by is any indication.
This patriotic heart "craftivity" makes a sweet valentine, as well as an easy writing prompt.
There are 5 writing prompt hearts for students to choose from, that they can glue to the back, including a comparison and contrast one.
Use the patriotic heart "craftivity" for fine motor-puzzle practice. Remind students that the star's stripes are in an ABAB pattern.
I've included a list of Lincoln & Washington quotations that can be used as writing prompts as well, and put on the two presidents' posters.
Post a different quote on the board through the month of February, &/or make an overheard of quotes and have students choose several to add to their blank posters.
They can comment on the back of what the quote means, what it means to them, or why it's their favorite.
I've included posters with quotes and ones without.
I've also added the President's real signatures to the posters. Lincoln's real "autograph" is extremely sought after.. At one auction it commanded a price of over $700,000!
After students have shared, collate their quote posters and make into a class book.
Punch holes in the tops of students' patriotic hearts and hang from the ceiling with fish line.
Click on the link to view/download the Presidents' Writing Prompt Posters
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"That some achieve great success is proof to all that others can achieve it as well." -Lincoln