7 edition of If I Were President found in the catalog.
by Quill Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||96|
- FREE printable "If I Were President". Perfect for a President's Day writing prompt! Presidential Poster Gallery. Creating a gallery of presidential profiles is a great way to begin learning about the presidency. Provide research-starters for your students such as Our Country's Presidents, by Ann Bausam, and Scholastic Encyclopedia of the Presidents, by David each student choose a president and research his life to learn important facts such as birth date, home.
As you can see, the world would be a much better place if I were President. I have a plan to end crime and unemployment. We would finally have world peace, which women have hoped for in beauty pageants for years. All the needs of people would be taken care of, from education to medicine. Our new colorful world would be a truly happy place for. If I were the president, I would be Commander in Chief. I would help keep the country safe. I would also play tennis on my own court. Dream big, and see what fun it is to be the president.
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This book is written from a child's prespective. if I were the President I would It goes through the main duties of a president in an interesting, clear way accomapnied with nice illustrations. I loved that it explained in simple terms that the President does what he things is best (with help of cabinet.), but not everyone agrees/5(42).
IF I WERE~PRESIDENT by Catherine Stier and illustrated by DyAnne DiSalvo-Ryan is an amazing Children's Book/Educational/Picture Book. What a delightful way to teach young readers,Kindergarten to Grade 2 about the president. Written with details a young reader can understand,beautiful illustrations, and some generation formation/5.
The president is leader of the country. Unlike kings and queens, presidents aren't born into the job. The people of the United States choose a president every four years. They vote for the person they want to run their country. But the president does not run the country : Whitman, Albert & Company.
The Secret Service would follow you everywhere, and Air Force One would carry you on trips, sometimes to other nations. A multicultural cast of children imagines what it would be like to be president. Readers will be so caught up in the fun they won't realize that the book is also an ingenious teaching.
A simple explanation of the diverse duties of the president of the United States. Beginning with campaign speeches and posters, six children of varied racial backgrounds take turns posing as the president while providing information about the rewards and responsibilities of the position.
This easy picture book provides a nice introduction to the presidency for primary-grade children. In short, simple sentences and mostly broad, nonspecific terms, it describes the job's diverse responsibilities: "If I were president, the people would be my /5(42).
She is the author of If I Were President, If I Ran for President, Today on Election Day, and When a Kid Like Me Fights Cancer. She lives in Southwest Texas with her husband and two children.
DyAnne DiSalvo-Ryan graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York. She is an author and illustrator of more than forty picture books for children.4/5(8). 2nd grade students pretending that they were President for a day. If I were President, I would help people, have peace, save the Earth, make good laws, Author: Mrsclarke.
With the election coming up, my kindergarten classes answered the sentence “If I were President, I would make the world a better place by ” and they drew themselves as President. I got this idea from my daughter’s art teacher, as they did it for President’s Day last year.
If I were president, I would also make sure that everyone in this country was treated equal and fair. The 13th Amendment to the constitution did abolish slavery, and the 14th Amendment was passed to counter the black codes, but in reality, discrimination still occurs in every aspect today in America.
If I Were the President. If I were the president, I would be Commander in Chief. I would help keep the country safe. I would also play tennis on my own court.
Dream big, and see what fun it is to be the president/5. YouTube Channel: Onceuponatimetheshow From the Description: Enjoy a live-reading of the colorful picture book If I Were President, written by Catherine Stier and illustrated by Dyanne DiSalvo-Ryan, plus a bonus book preview of Grace for President, written by Kelly S.
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If I Were President, I Would Make A. Book Reading 'If I Were President' - Duration: Onceuponatimethes views. Author of three children's book series, historical fiction "Welcome to America, Champ!", and the novel "The Terrible Secrets of the Tell-All Club". If you ran for president, you would have to do a lot of hard work.
You would study the nation’s problems, tell the American people about your platform, select a running mate, and debate your opponents on live television. Access books like this through First Book, a nonprofit social enterprise working exclusively with programs and [ ].
If I Were President Read Aloud. Have you ever dreamed of how cool it would be to be President of the United States & all the awesome things you could do. It’s a Presidential KidTime StoryTime. Did you like this post. Leave a comment for us below. We love to hear from YOU. If I Were President View larger image.
By: Catherine Stier and Diane Disalvo-Ryan. Sign Up Now. Already a Member. Children's Books, History, Literature and Fiction Grade Levels: Kindergarten, First grade, Second grade, Third grade Submitted By: Bookshare Staff Usage Restrictions.
Get this from a library. If I were president. [Catherine Stier; DyAnne DiSalvo] -- A simple description of the duties, responsibilities, and traditions of the office of president. If I Were President.
Month-by-Month Write & Read Mini-Books take you through the school year with topics such as back to school, seasons, special events, holidays and more!. Invite them to listen to the book, If I Were President by Catherine Stier. Before you begin, ask students to listen for the tasks the President is required to do.
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Author Catherine Stier lives deep in the heart of Texas & loves writing about elections! "If I Were President" by Elaine Hills is $, and available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble's website and at the Greenfield store, and Books & Company in Oconomowoc.
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