Presidential Facts about Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson - 3rd President of the United States serving 2 terms, from 1801 to 1809.
Vice President - 1st term: Aaron Burr 2nd term: George Clinton
Born - April 13, 1743
Died - July 4, 1826
First Lady - Martha Wayles Skelton
Party - Democratic-Republican
Thomas Jefferson is from Virginia.
Websites for studying about Thomas Jefferson
Monticello Educator Resources
A large collection of resources for teachers, including virtual field trips, the Monticello digital classroom, Jefferson quotes and documents, interactive posters, Kahoot quizzes, and more.
Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemmings Resources from Monticello for learning about the relationship between Jefferson and Sally Hemmings, by whom he fathered several children.
American President Thomas Jefferson
From the Miller Center at the University of Virginia.
History.com: Thomas Jefferson
This site offers videos, pictures and interactive resources for studying the presidents.
Jefferson's Story of the Declaration
Thomas Jefferson's account of writing the Declaration of Independence
Tour the house that Jefferson designed and built for himself and his family and enjoy the grounds of the Monticello Plantation.
Portraits of the President: Thomas Jefferson
From the National Portrait Gallery
The Thomas Jefferson Papers
The complete Thomas Jefferson Papers from the Manuscript Division at the Library of Congress consists of approximately 27,000 documents. This is the largest collection of original Jefferson documents in the world.
Born on April 13, 1743, Thomas Jefferson is best remembered as the author of the Declaration of Independence. But Jefferson's interests and talents covered an amazing range. He was also a two-term president, diplomat, architect, violinist, inventor and a founder of the Democratic Party.
From White House.gov
Thomas Jefferson Lesson Plans by Lesson Snips
Lesson plans grade level 4-6
Thomas Jefferson on the Sedition Act
Lesson plans grade level 9-12
Thomas Jefferson reading lesson
From Instructor Web.com (Grades 3-6)