The history of Mount Rushmore stretches back much farther than its 1941 completion and continues forward into today. Help kids learn about how it all started, how long it took to carve, and what has been added to this famous landmark with this FREE Mount Rushmore Timeline Copywork!
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When did carving start on Mount Rushmore? Who was the first President finished, and how long did it take to complete all four? What was added in 1998? What woman was considered for a place on the monument? Students can discover all of these answers and more with this FREE Mount Rushmore Timeline Copywork.
Students can read the timeline containing 24 facts in the front of the activity and then copy each date and fact onto the copywork pages provided. Timeline copywork is a great way to help kids get a view of the big picture, explore history, and practice their handwriting skills at the same time. Scroll down for your FREE instant download!
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