Inauguration Day for Primary Students

By Naomi O'Brien

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Inauguration Day is a great time to get some civics and history into your primary classroom! Kids might not know exactly what’s going on, but chances are they know something exciting is happening. LaNesha and I put together a lesson to help you introduce this important day to you students. The activities we included are going to have them looking forward to Inauguration Day and all of the traditions involved!

To teach about Inauguration Day, this resource includes an eBook filled with information about why Inauguration Day is on the 20th as well as the constitutional and traditional events that happen. (Click on any image to be taken to the resource)

Discussion questions have been included on some of the pages to get a great discussion going with your students.

Four fun activities have been included to tie all of the information together.
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We hope you and your students have fun learning about this special day!

xoxo,

LaNesha and Naomi

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Naomi

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Hi, I'm Naomi

I have been teaching elementary students for over 10 years. Effective reading instruction and accurate social studies at the primary level are huge passions of mine! 

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