Introduce younger elementary students to 17 patriotic symbols while they practice their penmanship with this Free American Symbols Print Handwriting Practice unit.
This post is part of the Creative Copywork Series
In this elementary copywork unit, students will sharpen their penmanship skills while reading simple sentences about:
- the bald eagle
- the U.S. Constitution
- the Declaration of Independence
- In God We Trust
- Ellis Island
- the Stars and Stripes
- the Golden Gate Bridge
- Independence Hall
- the Jefferson Memorial
- the Liberty Bell
- the Lincoln Memorial
- the Marine Corps Monument
- the Mayflower
- Mount Rushmore
- the Statue of Liberty
- the Washington Monument
- the White House
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