First Five Presidents Research Party and Monument Assignment Want to bring the first five presidents to life in your classroom? Students randomly choose one of the first five presidents to research. Then, they mix and mingle with their classmates sharing what they learned. To synthesize all their new information, students create a monument dedicated to one of the presidents. Virtually no teacher prep!
All living Presidents and First Ladies of the United States On April 25, 2013, President and Mrs. Bush commemorate the completion of the George W. Bush Presidential Center — home to the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum and the George W. Bush Institute. Photo by Paul Morse
Want to bring the first five presidents to life in your classroom? This assignment is for you! Students will randomly choose one of the first five presidents to research, either using your classroom texts or helpful websites included in this packet. After researching and completing a graphic organizer, students will mix and mingle in your classroom, meeting the other ‘presidents’ and writing down important facts about them.
Here Are All 5 Living Presidents Together at the George W. Bush Library
But the crown for most-gathered actually belongs to First Ladies. Here's a 1994 photograph of First Lady Hillary Clinton (far right) along with (from left) Lady Bird Johnson, Betty Ford, Rosalynn Carter, Nancy Reagan, and Barbara Bush.
Trump has embarked on his first foreign trip: Nine days. Five countries. Two time zones. One president. Many scandals.