Remember the time of kings and queens? There were good monarchs and bad ones. Let’s delve back into history for a few moments while examining life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
“In 1685, James became the next king. Then William and Mary overthrew King James. The Glorious Revolution had begun. William III and Mary gave the people back the right to assemble and freedom of worship. As monarchs, they accepted the English Bill of Rights. This important bill protected the people against cruel and unusual punishment.” (cp 2023)
Homeschoolers/Educators/Parents: Sketch/color an illustration. Theme: kings and queens. Read the story Cinderella in Learning to Read: Favorite Fairy Tales (Kindle/audiobook/paperback). Say and write the word(s) kingdom five times so you can learn how to pronounce and spell it correctly. Put these words in alphabetical order: queen, king, monarch, kingdom, prince, freedom. Talk about what happened to Cinderella. Describe Willliam III and Mary. Write about what you think makes a king and queen good rulers. List two of your most cherished freedoms and explain why they are important to you. (Skills: identify, comprehend, apply, creativity, analyze, oral)