The Birth and Growth of a Nation: Hands-on Projects About Symbols of American Liberty
The history of America is full of exciting stories and symbols that helped to mobilize a disparate people into one nation. Kids can make a model of the Statue of Liberty, American flag placemats, and a quill pen with this wonderful book that is packed with facts and easy directions for re-creating these and other symbols of our young country.
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Birth and Growth of a Nation
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76 drum American colonies American Flag Place balloons black marker blue felt pieces body shapes brown paper carved celebrate the centennial clay construction paper currency Cut two pieces Declaration of Independence design that stands dollar bill double-sided tape eagle eagle's body feather felt at least fife flag place mats green and black green and white Here's hole independence from England Independence was signed Lady Liberty Liberty Bell loop masking tape Objects or designs paint paintbrush pants paper and tape Pennsylvania piece of blue piece of poster piece of red piece of white pieces of clothing poster board quill pen rectangle red felt Revolutionary rubber band scissors Seal shaft shoelace skin-colored paint Social Studies Projects Spirit of 76 Statue of Liberty strip of cardboard stripes stand symbols Today tools and materials Uncle United States Army unsharpened pencils white felt white paint white paper white stars wing yardstick