To help teach little learners about our incredible country, I made a list of books all about America that they will surely love. Read these books for President’s Day, election time, 4th of July, Veteran’s Day, for an America theme, or for a unit about American symbols and the flag.
Students can learn about voting, US symbols such as Lady Liberty, past presidents, and so much more. The best part about these books is that they make learning fun, as books should!
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Celebrate America Books for Little Learners
This book is packed full of some of the most remarkable people that lived in America. From Harriet Tubman to Thomas Jefferson, your little learners will learn a lot from this book.
The Cat in the Hat is here to explain voting to young minds! Start them young so they are ready to use their voting rights responsibly for when they have grown up and are old enough to vote!
Let’s talk about Liberty. The first image the comes to mind with this word, is, of course, our lady of Liberty… the Statue of Liberty. Maybe this book will create a big enough interest to be added to a travel bucket list!
With an easy reading level, this book offers history in the form of simple text and vibrant pictures. This National Geographic book has a reading level of 2, perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners.
This biography starts when Abe was just a young boy. A great way to get your little learners to relate to this historic figure.
Teach your little learners all about the pledge of allegiance along with some interesting facts about the United State’s flag. The pictures alone are worth a thousand words.
This book is perfect for Flag Day…. it’s also a great way to teach little learners about America. The story puts an emphasis on unity and a sense of family.
With easy to read text and cartoon drawings, kids can get an idea of what the president of the United States does to keep our country safe.
Learn about the life of the 16th president of the United States. Abraham Lincoln changed the way of life for the citizens of the United States. Reading about his accomplishments will educate little learners about a time in history that called for change.
George Washington wasn’t afraid to do things differently. It’s what made him a good leader. And it all started with his childhood.
The bald eagle is a representation of America through its strength and freedom to soar. Little learners love learning about this magnificent animal.
This book outlines the different symbols that represent the United States such as the bald eagle, rose, flag, lady liberty, and more. It is full of real pictures that students will be able to relate.
It is time to throw a little laughter into the mix with this hilarious book. I think the adults will also find this celebrate America book to be funny.
As we all know, little learners are always curious. Quench their curiosity with this book that teaches kids all about the job of a president through realistic pictures and simple text.
Your favorite pooch is running for president of the dog park! He will make one fantastic leader. What a great example to set for young kiddos.
This is a great book to read to your little learners because it has some incredible photos of Lady Liberty. Coupled with facts about this American symbol, it is a great resource to have in your classroom.
Take a look at all of the moms who are also soldiers. They help keep our country safe by completing a variety of jobs. This book will give little learners an understanding of servicewomen and the roles they play while protecting our country.
This book covers the important roles dads have while serving in the military. Some of your little learners might be children of soldiers, which makes this book and the one above a great conversation starter about this topic.
Veterans hold a special place in the community. With the help of this book, little learners will find out what makes veterans so special.
There is always so much anticipation for the celebration of our country’s birthday. Get your little learners to join in on the excitement with this fantastic book.
Teaching little learners about the foundation, traditions, symbols, and freedom our country holds will create a pocket of knowledge that they will carry with them throughout the rest of their lives.
Take the theme all over your classroom with my America Math and Literacy Centers! It’s loaded with 12 fun, engaging centers to help your students build math and literacy concepts!
Literacy skills covered are letter identification, letter formation, beginning sounds, sight words, vocabulary words, syllables, and writing/journaling. Math skills cover are one to one correspondence, counting, 2D shapes, patterns, adding, subtracting, graphing, and number identification.
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