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  • 1. Decimals (+) (-) MarchMarchMarch Writing PromptWriting PromptWriting Prompt JournalJournalJournal
  • 2. © Creaons by LAckert Name: _____________________________________________________ March 1st: Women’s History Month Women make up 50% of the population, but until recently, many of their achievements have been considered as less significant than those of men. Find out more about a woman who changed history and write about her here.
  • 3. © Creaons by LAckert Name: _____________________________________________________ March 2nd: Dr. Seuss’ birthday What do you know about Dr. Seuss? Do you know the title of any of his books? What is your favorite Dr. Seuss book? Use your research skills to learn a few things, and then write a brief biography of this author here.
  • 4. © Creaons by LAckert Name: _____________________________________________________ March 3rd: The Star Spangled Banner became the U.S. national anthem The Star Spangled Banner was written during the Revolution, but it didn’t become the national anthem until 1931. Some people think that it’s a great anthem. Other people think that it isn’t. What do you think? If we were to change the national anthem, what would you want to have instead? Or would you not want to change it, no matter what?
  • 5. © Creaons by LAckert Name: _____________________________________________________ March 4th: Government began operating under the U.S. Constitution The first session of U.S. Congress was held on March 4th, 1789. Can you imagine that first meeting? Do you think people were noisy, interrupting each other with new and exciting ideas, or do you think they were very polite and quiet, giving each other turns? Do you think they imagined their new constitution would still be working over 200 years later? Imagine that you were there, at the first session in New York. How do you feel about everything that is happening?
  • 6. © Creaons by LAckert Name: _____________________________________________________ March 5th: National Severe Storm Preparedness Week Depending on where you live, the type of storms you normally get may differ from those in another area of the country. If you live near the coast, you may have hurricanes. If you live in the Midwest, you may deal with tornados. If you live in the north, you most likely recall a blizzard or two. What type of severe storms do you get where you live. How should you prepare for them. Recall a severe storm and how it affected your area.
  • 7. © Creaons by LAckert Name: _____________________________________________________ March 6th: Silly Putty was invented Like many great inventions, Silly Putty was invented by someone who was trying to create something else. Do you have any Silly Putty at home? When was the last time you played with it? Did you know that astronauts took Silly Putty into space? What do you think they did with it? Research to find your answer, and write a factual account of the space-y uses of Silly Putty, OR imagine a crazy story about Silly Putty on the Apollo 8.
  • 8. © Creaons by LAckert Name: _____________________________________________________ March 7th: Telephone patented Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone in 1876. Can you imagine the world before the telephone? Write about it.

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