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2 Thank you for purchasing an Evan-Moor e-book! Attention Acrobat Reader Users: In order to use this e-book you need to have Adobe Reader 8 or higher. To download Adobe Reader for free, visit Using This E-book This e-book can be used in a variety of ways to enrich your classroom instruction. You can: engage students by projecting this e-book onto an interactive whiteboard save paper by printing out only the pages you need fi nd what you need by performing a keyword search and much more! For helpful teaching suggestions and creative ideas on how you can use the features of this e-book to enhance your classroom instruction, visit User Agreement With the purchase of Evan-Moor electronic materials, you are granted a single-user license which entitles you to use or duplicate the content of this electronic book for use within your classroom or home only. Sharing materials or making copies for additional individuals or schools is prohibited. Evan-Moor Corporation retains full intellectual property rights on all its products, and these rights extend to electronic editions of books. If you would like to use this Evan-Moor e-book for additional purposes not outlined in the single-user license (described above), please visit copyright.aspx for an Application to Use Copyrighted Materials form. Authors: Editors: Copy Editor: Illustrator: Designer: Desktop: Congratulations on your purchase of some of the finest teaching materials in the world. For information about other Evan-Moor products, call or FAX Visit our Web site for additional product information. Michelle Barnett Caitlin Rabanera Ann Switzer Marilyn Evans Jill Norris Cathy Harber Jo Larsen Cheryl Puckett John D. Williams Entire contents 2009 by EVAN-MOOR CORP. 18 Lower Ragsdale Drive, Monterey, CA Permission is hereby granted to the individual purchaser to reproduce student materials in this book for noncommercial individual or single classroom use only. Permission is not granted for schoolwide or systemwide reproduction of materials. Printed in USA. EMC 1225

3 Famous Americans This pocket book features four Americans born in the month of January, Betsy Ross, Benjamin Franklin, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. As your students learn about the lives and contributions of these four Americans, they will create books, art projects, and practice critical problem solving. Famous Americans Book Overview pages 2 and 3 These pages show and tell what is in each pocket. Cover Design pages 4 7 Pocket Projects pages 8 22 Step-by-step directions and patterns for the activities that go in each pocket are included. Pocket Labels page 23 Picture Dictionary page 24 Use the picture dictionary to introduce new vocabulary and as a spelling reference. Students can add new pictures, labels, and descriptive adjectives to the page as their vocabulary increases. Writing Form page 25 Use this form for story writing or as a place to record additional vocabulary words. FAMOUS AMERICANS WRITING FORM Name: Famous Americans FAMOUS AMERICANS PICTURE DICTIONARY kite fireplace lightning bolt bifocal glasses cap key Franklin stove Benjamin Franklin 3-cornered hat Betsy Ross Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. sewing flag quill pen minister preacher speech breeches Declaration of Independence podium 2009 Evan-Moor Corp. 25 Making Books with Pockets EMC Evan-Moor Corp. 24 Making Books with Pockets EMC 1225 B I B L I O G R A P H Y Ben and Me by Robert Lawson; Little, Brown, Betsy Ross by Alexander Wallner; Holiday House, Betsy Ross: Designer of Our Flag by Ann Weil; Aladdin Paperbacks, Happy Birthday, Martin Luther King by Jean Marzollo; Scholastic, Martin Luther King, Jr. A Biography for Young Children by Carol Hilgartner; Gryphon House, My Dream of Martin Luther King by Faith Ringgold; Crown Publishers, Inc., A Picture Book of Benjamin Franklin by David A. Adler; Holiday House, Evan-Moor Corp. 1 Making Books with Pockets EMC 1225

4 When was born on January 12, 1737, what we now call the United States of America was 13 colonies owned by England. John s father died when he was a young boy. His mother needed help to raise her three children. John was sent to Boston to live with his wealthy uncle, Thomas Hancock, who owned many ships. John was sent to the finest schools. When his uncle died, he left all of his ships to John. At age 27, became one of the richest people in Boston. John was a generous person. He gave food to the poor and helped the churches in the city. The people of Boston respected. When some people in the American colonies decided to speak out against the taxes being paid to England, was among them. He became a part of the group known as the Sons of Liberty." was elected president of a group of leaders who met together in Philadelphia. On July 4, 1776, these men voted to be independent of England. The words they used to explain this vote are called the Declaration of Independence. was the first to sign it. He signed his name very large so that the king of England wouldn t need his glasses to read it! After the American colonies won their independence, the people of Massachusetts chose to be their first governor. He remained governor until he died in Here is what his famous signature looks like: 2009 Evan-Moor Corp. 9 Making Books with Pockets EMC Evan-Moor Corp. 10 Making Books with Pockets EMC 1225 FAMOUS AMERICANS BOOK OVERVIEW is best known as the first and most flamboyant signer of the Declaration of Independence. Even today we use the expression, Put your John Hancock here. Read portions of Jean Fritz s book, Will You Sign Here,? or John FAMOUS Hancock: AMERICANS A Signature Life POCKET by Philip 1Koslow. Or relate the information as appropriate to your class. Page 9 can be reproduced for each student, read together, and added to each student s pocket. If possible, obtain a replica of the Declaration of Independence to share with the class. Even though they may not understand the meaning, they may appreciate the power and rhythm of the words. Discuss the document to the degree that you feel appropriate. When was born on January 12, 1737, what we now call the Discuss with your students the meaning of declaration a United formal States announcement, of America was 13 colonies owned by England. and, in the case of the Declaration of Independence, an announcement of belief. The form on page 10 can be used to write a class declaration. John s This father could died be about when students' he was a young boy. His mother needed help to raise rights as individuals in general, or about how they want her to three be treated children. in the John classroom was sent to Boston to live with his wealthy uncle, and at school. Thomas Hancock, who owned many ships. Make an overhead transparency of the form to use as you guide the class to compose its declaration. Reproduce the form so that each student John can was copy sent the to completed the finest schools. When his uncle died, he left all of his declaration for his or her pocket book. Make the declaration extra special by ships to John. At age 27, became one of the richest people reproducing it on parchment paper. in Boston. Our Class Declaration John was a generous person. He gave food to the poor and helped the churches in the city. The people of Boston respected. Our Class Declaration When some people in the American colonies decided to speak out against the taxes being paid to England, was among them. He became a part of the group known as the Sons of Liberty." was elected president of a group of leaders who met together in Philadelphia. On July 4, 1776, these men voted to be independent of England. The words they used to explain this vote are called the Declaration of Independence. was the first to sign it. He signed his name very large so that the king of England wouldn t need his glasses to read it! After the American colonies won their independence, the people of 2009 Evan-Moor Corp. 8 Massachusetts Making chose Books with John Pockets Hancock EMC 1225 to be their first governor. He remained governor until he died in Here is what his famous signature looks like: 2009 Evan-Moor Corp. 9 Making Books with Pockets EMC Evan-Moor Corp. 10 Making Books with Pockets EMC 1225 The following books are too sophisticated for most primary students. Select sections to share or use as a teacher resource. Betsy Ross: Patriot of Philadelphia by Judith St. George; Henry Holt, : A Signature Life by Philip Koslow; Franklin Watts, What s the Big Idea, Ben Franklin? by Jean Fritz; Putnam, Will You Sign Here,? by Jean Fritz; Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, Inc., POCKET 1 pages 8 and 9 Students learn about this founding father from classroom resources, including a short biography provided. Our Class Declaration page 10 After talking about the Declaration of Independence, students write a declaration that has to do with their own lives. POCKET 2 Betsy Ross page 11 This information sheet on Betsy Ross s life can be reproduced for each student s pocketbook. Sew a Bookmark page 12 Give students an opportunity to practice sewing as they make an initialed bookmark. The Original American Flag pages 13 and 14 Make a 13-star flag from construction paper and learn about what the symbols on the flag stand for. FAMOUS AMERICANS POCKET 2 Betsy Ross Betsy Ross was born Elizabeth Griscom in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on January 1, Betsy learned to sew as a young girl. Later, her needlework was said to be the most beautiful in the city. Betsy married John Ross in They began a successful upholstery business. When John was killed in the American Revolution, Betsy continued to run the business. General George Washington called on Betsy and asked her to sew a flag for the colonies to symbolize their independence from England. Betsy suggested a five-pointed star for each colony on a fi eld of blue. The red and white stripes also stand for the 13 original colonies. Betsy Ross was married and widowed two more times. She had six children. She continued to run the upholstery business and taught her daughters and granddaughters how to sew. Betsy Ross died in In 1870, her grandson wrote about her and her contributions to American history Evan-Moor Corp. 11 Making Books with Pockets EMC Evan-Moor Corp. 2 Making Books with Pockets EMC 1225

5 FAMOUS AMERICANS BOOK OVERVIEW Note: Biographical information is provided for and Betsy Ross but not provided for Benjamin Franklin or Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as resources on these men are easy to locate. POCKET 3 Poor Richard s Almanack pages Extend what was learned about Franklin s famous book by creating individual almanacs. Ben Franklin s Contributions pages 18 and 19 Make a kite on which to place symbols that show just a few of this talented individual s accomplishments. Poor Sarah's Almanack FAMOUS AMERICANS POCKET 4 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. POCKET 4 Write About Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. pages 20 and 21 On the illustrated form provided, students write what they have learned about Dr. King Evan-Moor Corp. 21 Making Books with Pockets EMC 1225 I Can Help page 22 The cover of this book shows two joined hands. Students write about what they can do to help realize Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. s dream Evan-Moor Corp. 3 Making Books with Pockets EMC 1225

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