Happy Birthday, West Virginia! a Celebration of the 35th State of the USA
In this one-time class, we will celebrate West Virginia's birthday by learning about it's symbols, discussing its flag and state seal, listening to the state song, and discovering interesting state facts.
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Happy Birthday, West Virginia! This state turns 159 years old on June 20th. To celebrate, we will briefly explore what makes this state great. Students will learn about West Virginia's capital, age and birthday, nickname, motto, and state bird/mammal/flower. Together, we will also briefly explore the symbolism of the state's seal and flag. We will also listen to West Virginia's state song and learn some interesting facts. Class Expectations: I love participation - students will have a lot...
Students will be able to identify the state's symbols, nicknames, and motto.
1 file available upon enrollmentStudents will be able to download and print off a worksheet about the state.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I will be screen sharing two Youtube videos that I have embedded into my PowerPoint. We will listen to interesting fun facts and listening to the official state song with the DN Anthems Youtube channel.
We will be learning the state's nickname and motto, which are found on West Virginia's official website. We will also be learning about the state mammal, flower, and bird which can be found in the same place. We will color in the state flag, also found on the state website. We will listen to interesting fun facts, and listening to the official state song with the DN Anthems Youtube channel.
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I'm a bibliophile (someone obsessed with books) and have a passion for history. I teach about world history, specifically medieval and Tudor history. I also love sharing about different world religions, cultures, and mythologies. I also love...