This Is Our Country

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Quiz: This Is Our Country

Students discover that the United States of America is where we live. They learn about our country's flag and anthem, and they tour our nation's capital, Washington, D.C. They also learn that America is divided into 50 states and that each state has its own capital and is represented by a flag, bird, and flower. Holidays are introduced, and students learn why they are important to most Americans. Finally, students view and learn about some of the great natural and man-made landmarks in America.

Student Application

Introducing the United States of America!


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will realize that the United States of America is a country. A country is a land that is shared by the people who live there. It has its own leaders and its own laws. Many times people call the United States of America the United States or America for short.
  2. Students will understand that the Unite...

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