Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal, 1932-1940 Fun Activities

William E. Leuchtenburg
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Draw It

Create your own artistic representation of Roosevelt using whatever medium you prefer.

Extra, extra!

Create the front page of a 1932 newspaper, covering what you think are the most important stories of that year. Be prepared to defend your choices to the class.

Children's Story

Find a children's book on Roosevelt and use it to teach your classmates about his biography.

Tradition

Create a PowerPoint presentation detailing when and why Inauguration Day was moved from March to January. Include information and interesting facts on Inauguration traditions.

Cartoon Kicks

During the 1930s, political commentary was frequently seen in cartoon format. Research and present the top five--in your opinion--political cartoons about Roosevelt and/or his administration and explain them to your class.

Modern Update

Roosevelt created a number of programs to jump start the economy. Collectively the programs are referred to as Alphabet Soup because nearly all of them...

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