We purchase workbooks for Jenna on occasion – mostly for fun on her part. The last book we got has nine sections – including three parts of math, four parts of English, Science and Social Studies.
For the most part, the vocabulary and Language Arts seem too easy for her, while the math (for the most part) is spot on. And she has breezed through writing and social studies.
Page 252 in the social study section shows “The Lady in the Harbor” comic illustration with trivial facts and pointing arrows
The crown with seven spikes stands for the seven seas and the seven continents
The torch is a light that welcomes travelers to the United States
The tablet shows the Roman numerals of the date the Declaration of Independence was signed: July 4, 1776
A foots forward position is a symbol of moving forward into the future
The Statue of Liberty stands on an island in New York Harbor. She is a symbol of freedom and hope.
Page 253 invites the child to write a poem about what liberty means. And these are the words she used to fill in each line that spelled out Liberty
Is standing by and looking at me
Being so beautiful
Eagerly, I want to hug her
Rare, oh, rare she is
Tall and beautiful
You are pretty liberty