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S: The Revolutionary War: Fighting For Independence

BC: The End!!!!

FC: Author Information: I am Grace Platt, and I am ten. I live in Surprise, Arizona, and I go to Parkview Elementary school. I am in fifth grade. My birthday is July 18, 2001. My favorite thing is to write adventure stories. | Summary: Lesson two was about the Revolutionary War. The British against the Americans, and more. They fought all they could to get the land that we deserve. The British were targeting "the new land." We had to do something about it, so we did. | Illustration: | Fighting For Independence

1: The Revolutionary War: Fighting For Independence | By: Grace Platt

2: It was the most beautiful sight, I had ever seen. The snow was pouring down on us, and a lot of men stayed, to have our countries merciful freedom. We are seeing the beautiful sight of love. These wonderful men have put their lives out in the open, and have helped our country, win the opportunity of life today. I am very hopeful that the lives we have today will the the great way they are today. By: Grace Platt | Descriptive Paragraph: | Fighting For Independence

3: Eyewitness Account: All of these men were the bravest I had ever seen them. They were all lined up in a row and ready to go. Then, I saw Johnny. He was the bravest soldier would ever know. He went out there and did the best he could. Being the head chief was really hard, seeing all these men go out there every day, and be the best they could be to get our land, and get our freedom. ~George Washington | By: Grace Platt | Fighting For Independence

4: Memory: I watched daddy leave on January 18, 1775. It broke my heart to see him leave, to go fight with George Washington. He was the bravest man I had ever known. He left because they needed help. Going off to war was hard on our family. | By: Grace Platt | Fighting For Independence

5: Packing List: Slave's Packing List- 1. A stuffed Animal 2. Picture of family 3. Memory 4. Love 5. Clothes Reasons- 1.Because they need something to snuggle with when their sad, or lonely. 2.Because they would be able to remember all of their family, and feel loved. 3. They would be able to have some good times if they kept all their good memories. 4. They would want some love if they were working and cleaning their whole lives 5. They would have some clothes, so they wouldn't have to wear scraps. | By: Grace Platt | Fighting For Independence

6: Comic Strip: The Funnies Productions: | Did you know that over three hundred years ago, our country was in a war with Britain?! | Fighting For Independence

7: Really thats about how long I haven't taken a shower! | By: Grace Platt | Fighting For Independence

8: Comic Strip: The Funnies Productions: | Dude, thats like disgusting! You need Marquis de Lafayette to help you, just like he helped to buy clothes for soldiers,a and helped Washington with important jobs. | Fighting For Independence

9: Thats not disgusting. Thats just how I live, and how I roll! I Don't even know how to take a shower. | By: Grace Platt

10: Comic Strip: The Funnies Productions: | Dude, you don't know how to take a shower? Your acting exactly like you live as an American soldier, and can't afford to take a shower! You are not in the 1770's! | Fighting For Independence

11: Its not my fault I never got taught how to take a shower! Blame my great, great grandfather, Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben. He never taught his kids how to take showers, so those kids didn't know, then the next generation didn't know, then my generation never got taught. | By: Grace Platt

12: Comic Strip: The Funnies Productions: | Dude, if your family heritage is not taking showers, than you'd better keep it, because just like Benedict Arnold's family heritage was to keep the same pair of socks through each family generation. | Fighting For Independence

13: Actually, once I payed attention in Social Studies, and his family heritage was to lead soldiers in battles and wars. | By: Grace Platt

14: Illustration: | Fighting For Independence

15: By: Grace Platt | This is my illustration!

16: Poem: It was hard for families to live Back in the 1700's But now the families That couldn't live Have a good give They all give For our lives That we have today Sometimes the sad soldiers Would go to the bay Now you see how hard it was For the families to live Their stories are all told So you see, they can be All that they have got has been put into war Now its time to end this story But not too hard core | Fighting For Independence

17: By: Grace Platt

18: Song: It was July 1775, and Washington had just arrived The soldiers had no uniforms, didn't even see no unicorns Many of them had no weapons, especially the ones that kept them, Washington had told the congress, that they needed lots of products, The British said it was hard to fight, especially during the night. In the fall of 1777, the continental Army faced some trouble, after they had blew some bubbles, they lost a battle in Pennsylvania, after they had gone to Transylvania, by 1778, the congress had finally got to the gate, Benjamin had gotten to negotiate, Frances help to end the hate, so now you know the story well, now, go off and ring the bell! | By: Grace Platt | Fighting For Independence

19: Map: | By: Grace Platt | Fighting For Independence

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