Liberty Porter, First Daughter Teacher's Guide

Liberty Porter, First Daughter Teacher's Guide
This printable literature guide for Liberty Porter, First Daughter includes activities and discussion questions for math, language arts, history, and drama. Use this children's book by Julia DeVillers to study themes of family, friendship, pride, and patriotism. Through the book and activities, students will consider what it would be like to become the "First Kid".

Grade Levels: 3 - 7

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Liberty Porter, First Daughter
Paige Pooler

Join Liberty as she turns life in Washington (and the rest of the country) upside down in this fresh and funny novel from Julia DeVillers, author of How My Private Personal Journal Became a Bestseller and coauthor of Trading Faces.
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