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Teddy Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt By: Marysa Nesmith

Lesson Plans10 Theodore Roosevelt Leadership LessonsBrain Pop Lessons

-The teddy bear was named after him-He was wealthy growing up-He graduated from Harvard in 1880-He was the 26th president of America in 1901 when he was 42 years of age -He served two terms until 1909

-His first wife was Alice Hathaway Lee and they married on October 27, 1880. -Alice died 48 hours after their daughter was born and Theodore Roosevelt's mother died later on the exact same day!-His second wide was Edith Kermit Carrow on n December 2, 1886. -He had five children with Edith

Resources:http://www.fun-facts.org.uk/american-presidents/theodore-roosevelt.htm 11-18-15https://educators.brainpop.com/bp-topic/theodore-roosevelt/ 11-18-15ttps://educators.brainpop.com/bp-topic/theodore-roosevelt/ 11-18-15ttp://www.theodoreroosevelt.org/site/c.elKSIdOWIiJ8H/b.8726789/k.8 11-18-15Bully for You, Teddy Roosevelt , Jean Fritz, 1997Being Teddy Roosevelt by Claudia Mills, 2012,Time for Kids Theodore Roosevelt: The Adventurous President by Time For Kids Editors



SS1H1 The student will read about and describe the life of historical figures in American history.a. Identify the contributions made by these figures: Benjamin Franklin (inventor/author/statesman), Thomas Jefferson (Declaration of Independence), Meriwether Lewis and William Clark with Sacagawea (exploration), Harriet Tubman (Underground Railroad), Theodore Roosevelt (National Parks and the environment), George Washington Carver (science).


Birth & Death

October 27, 1858 – January 6, 1919In New York City

Bully for You, Teddy Roosevelt by Jean FritzBeing Teddy Roosevelt by Claudia MillsTime for Kids Theodore Roosevelt: The Adventurous President by Time For Kids EditorsSome Key events during his presidency include: -The "Square Deal" domestic program-The Russo-Japanese War (between 1904-1905-1906 San Francisco Earthquake


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