Texas Independence Day Printables | TEXAS INDEPENDENCE DAY-MARCH 2 THEMES, LESSONS, IDEAS, CRAFTS ...

Projects to try in my Texas History Class - Image detail for -Texas State Symbols Mini Poster & Worksheet

State lapbooks. When do the kids learn their capitals - also something I didn't learn very well in school. :(

Texas Independence Day Lapbook

Texas Declaration of Independence, Lorenzo de Zavala State Archives and Library Building Austin, Texas. March 2, 1836, Texas Independence Day, is an official state holiday celebrating the adoption of the Texas Declaration of Independence which officially broke Texas from Mexico, creating the Republic of Texas.

Texas Declaration of Independence (March Texas independence Day is an official holiday in the State of Texas

Happy Texas Independence Day! I'm from a long line of pioneers, patriots and rebels.

Although a piece of it was chiseled away for other states since then, still the most awesome state.

Celebrate Independence Day / Fourth of July with some decorative Patriotic Pallet Flags. Free videos by theMagicBrushinc.com on how to do it step-by-step, prepping, painting and staining!

How to make a Patriotic Pallet Flag

Free videos show step-by-step, prepping, painting, and staining to create these patriotic pallet flags.

March 2 - Texas Independence Day :: The San Jacinto Monument on the Houston Ship Channel marks where Sam Houston defeated Mexico in 1836.

5 facts on how Texas began

San Jacinto Monument - Tallest stone column memorial structure in the world, commerating Battle of San Jacinto, Santa Anna taken by Sam Houston

Love the idea of incorporating the #MCM and #TBT tags!

grade history classes choose a person from Texas to do their projects in for Texas Independence Day. Each project should have a and A great way to use contemporary social media in the classroom!

~ TEXAS Neon Sign from the Texas movie theatre formerly owned by Howard Hughes...now at the Texas Historical Museum ~`

Home Sweet Home~ TEXAS Neon Sign from the Texas movie theatre formerly owned by Howard Hughes.now at the Texas Historical Museum ~`

Steps to the Revolution (note-taking pages) Each footprint leads colonist to war.- could be used for steps to anything.

Steps to the Revolution (note-taking pages) Each footprint leads colonist to war. **Adapt to use for WWI/WWII-possibly group learning idea**

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