In the Boise and West Ada School Districts, we know that Fifth Graders are introduced to the American Revolution and the drafting of the United States Constitution for the first time. We want to make this a memorable and exciting time for your students!
Pioneer Chapter has the following resources available - FREE OF CHARGE - to use with your classroom lessons. We can offer you:
* Pocket copies of the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights, and Declaration of Independence (one book has all three documents)
* Flag Pins
* Lesson plans! Check out the full list of FREE lesson plans below!
* PLUS! Request a Pioneer Chapter Daughter to come and speak to your class! Our volunteers love to share the stories of our Revolutionary War Patriots and our personal connection to this very special time in history.
Just click on the "Order Resources" button and send us an email requesting the resources you'd like to use in your classroom. We'll hand deliver them to your school within a week of your request. We reserve the right to limit quantities.
Just send us an email using the button below. All resources are provided FREE of charge, while quantities last. We reserve the right to limit quantities to make sure as many 5th Graders receive these resources as possible.
Please include in your email:
1. Your Name
2. School You Teach at
3. Quantity of Each Resource
4. Date Needed
5. Email address (if we have questions about your order)
If you are interested in a lesson plan, just scroll down and download them right now. If you would like a volunteer speaker, please provide two or three potential dates, a general time frame (morning or afternoon) and we'll match you up with one of our Pioneer Chapter Daughters!
Please feel free to download as many of these documents as you may find useful. Some are worksheets; others are full lesson plans. We hope you find these collected resources from other teachers and resource providers around the nation helpful as you excite your students on the beautiful story of our Country's birth and its most precious symbol.
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Last updated: 21 February 2021