Washington D.C. Monument Hunt

August 18, 2015 Madeleine K

Partial pics of Washington D.C. Monuments for students to identify

Use these pictures in conjunction with a map of Washington D.C. monuments and memorials. Students should work to identify which monument is in each photo, and then where it is. For older students, get them to find out why each memorial was built, and facts about that era of history. Good for students of all ages as this is a flexible resource. 

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