This worksheet is about the Declaration of Independence, which is a very important document in American history. It was signed on July 4, 1776, and is the reason why we celebrate Independence Day every year.
Here’s how the worksheet is structured:
- Reading Passage: At the top of the worksheet, there’s a passage that gives you some information about the Declaration of Independence and the Founding Fathers. The Founding Fathers are the people who helped establish the United States as a new country separate from Great Britain. This passage will give you background information to understand the rest of the worksheet.
- Questions: After the reading passage, there will be some questions. These questions will ask you about the information you just read. They might ask you to summarize parts of the passage, or they might ask you to think more deeply about the meaning of the Declaration of Independence and what it means for our country.
As you’re working on this worksheet, remember to take your time reading the passage and thinking about the questions. Don’t worry if you don’t know the answers right away; it’s okay to look back at the passage to find the information you need. The goal of this worksheet is to help you learn more about the Declaration of Independence and its importance to the United States.
And remember, it’s okay to ask for help if you’re not sure about something. You’re learning new things, and that can be challenging. But with some effort and patience, you’ll get the hang of it. Good luck!