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Immigrant Heritage Lessons and Resources

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Immigrant Heritage Resources for PreK-12

On June 1, 2021, President Biden proclaimed the month of June as National Immigrant Heritage Month. With this collection to commemorate the celebration of immigrants across the nation, Share My Lesson is providing engaging and meaningful ways to recognize all the pieces that make America what it is. Celebrate students, educators, families and communities with new preK-12 resources and lesson plans. Check out a sample below and then continue to all resources here.

“America is, always has been, and always will be a Nation of immigrants.  It was the premise of our founding; it is reflected in our Constitution; it is etched upon the Statue of Liberty — that “from her beacon-hand glows world-wide welcome.”  During National Immigrant Heritage Month, we reaffirm and draw strength from that enduring identity and celebrate the history and achievements of immigrant communities across our Nation.”

President Joseph Biden

Immigration Policy, History and Awareness

Explore dozens of rich, engaging resources to teach about immigration policy, history, and awareness with preK-12 students.

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