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Why is Roosevelt on the Dime?
Grades 3–5
Social Studies, Language Arts
Students will use a variety of reference resources to research the life of Franklin Roosevelt. From this research, they will determine why his image was chosen to appear on the dime.

Welcome to the Neighborhood
Grades 2–3
Language Arts, Social Studies
Comparing past and present and showing hospitality.

Encountering Hospitality
Grades 4–6
Art, Language Arts, Social Studies, Technology
Examining ­interactions between Lewis and Clark and Native ­Americans.

Lights! Camera! Hospitality!
Grades 7–8
Economics, Language Arts, Social Studies, Technology
Using media to convey interactions between Native Americans and Lewis and Clark.

Lend a Helping Hand: Acadia National Park
Grades 4–6
Language Arts, Social Studies
Students will demonstrate understanding of the importance of philanthropy, community service, and volunteerism in our culture. Students will examine the contributions of famous Americans to the national park system.

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Courageous Builders
Grades K–1
Language Arts, Social Studies

Building America
Grades 2–3
Language Arts, Social Studies

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Grades 4–6
Language Arts

I Am Steel
Grades 7–8
Drama, Language Arts, Social Studies, Technology

Code Talkers Recognition Act
Grades 6–8
Art, Language Arts, Social Studies, Technology

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