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White House Easter Egg Roll

 

 

Build grammar skills using this article about President Hayes and Easter eggs on the White House lawn.

 

 

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When Congress put and end to the rolling of Easter eggs on the lawn of the capitol in 1878, president Rutherford B Hayes invited children to role there eggs on the White House lawn. Hayes and his wife, Lucy, started a tradition that continue to day. Famous entertainers and performers attend the White House Easter Egg Roll each year At the end of the event, each child recieves a special wooden egg as a souvenir.

Answer Key

When Congress put an end to the rolling of Easter eggs on the lawn of the Capitol in 1878, President Rutherford B. Hayes invited children to roll their eggs on the White House lawn. Hayes and his wife, Lucy, started a tradition that continues today. Famous entertainers and performers attend the White House Easter Egg Roll each year. At the end of the event, each child receives a special wooden egg as a souvenir.

 

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