The Statue of Liberty
Hello from Mrs. Lane! Today I wanted to teach you about a beauiful lady: The Statue of Liberty. She is sometimes called Lady Liberty and she is one of our American Symbols.

Today’s Activities

Theme: American Symbols

Watch¬†Liberty’s Journey by Kelly DiPuccio and Richard Egielski


Play “Spin-A-Word”

Watch the tutorial to make your own game, or download the game to play.


Lady Liberty has seven spikes on her crown. Decompose the number the seven. How many combinations did you find?

Field trip

Take a virtual field trip to see the Statue of Liberty.


Use play-doh or clay to build a sculpture of Lady Liberty. You can make your own dough using equal parts of flour and salt. Just add enough water to make your dough. Have fun!

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In-Hand Resources


The Statue of Liberty In Hand Packet

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