The Obama Code: A Cross-Curricular Look into the Lives of U.S. Presidents
This imaginative cross-curricular resource is the perfect way to reinforce basic grammar skills as well as introduce the study of United States presidents to your class. A short biography is included for each featured president that contains secret, embedded information. Students must study the biography and crack the code to answer a set of worksheet questions. It is within these hidden codes that students will practice spelling, punctuation, pronouns, analogies, and a variety of other valuable language arts skills.
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James Madison Punctuation Marks Easy
Ulysses S Grant Parts of Speech Medium
John F Kennedy Proofreading Marks Medium
George H W Bush Synonyms and Antonyms Medium
George W Bush Pronouns Difficult
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