Independence Day marks the date that a country gained complete independence from another. How well does your child know their history? Can your child tell you the date that your country gained its own independence? Look at this colourful worksheet with them. Ask them if they can recognise the images of the Founding Fathers in the printout. Then, help them draw a line through the numbers that round up to 500 or 600 to help the Founding Fathers reach the declaration of Independence.
Does your city have tourist attractions? Can your kids name one or a few that attracts citizens to your community? Or maybe your family has visited some tourist centres in another state. In this worksheet, your child will help the visitor centres record how many people visited these national landmarks by rounding up to the nearest hundred. After your child does this, help them look through the options provided and check the correct answer.
Before politicians come into power, they promise the people that they will do a lot of things. Ask your kids what are some of the things they would love the politicians to do if they are voted into power. Now, tell them to help the politician in this worksheet see how many people in his country are in support of using each type of natural resource in the downloadable pdf as an energy source. Your child can find out the number of people by rounding up to the nearest hundred. Help them check the correct answer.
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