Will You Sign My Petition?
Guided Rd. Level Q
Interest Level 2-6
Why is the United States of America called the “land of the free”? What is the right to petition? Students will answer these questions and more with this exciting and informative Grade 3 nonfiction reader.
Will You Sign My Petition?
- Explains the purpose of petitions and how they can be used to improve communities
- Provides a short fiction piece related to the topic that will keep students engaged
- Connects essential ideas such as laws and democracy to students’ daily lives
- Includes a glossary, thought-provoking discussion questions, and a “Civics in Action” activity that will empower students to make change
With the power of petition at their fingertips, Americans across the country have the ability to make a difference. This teacher-approved product explains what petitions are and how they are used. In addition to teaching students all about petitions, the book encourages students to write their own petitions and work with their fellow community members to start making changes together. With a related fiction story, vibrant images, index, and other fantastic features, this reader shows third grade students that petitions are a great way to improve their communities—and the world.
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