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https://www.patreon.com/homeschoolpop Learn facts about the White House in this kids video lesson for first and second grade students, or anyone else studying Social Studies who wants to learn more about this fascinating building and it's history.

The White House was completed in the year 1800, was called the President's House, and was set on fire in 1814. These and other fascinating facts are included in this Homeschool Pop video, PLUS you will learn the address of the White House and learn how YOU can pay the White House a visit some day!

Thanks for watching this first and second grade social studies Homeschool Pop video! We hope to see you on another video soon!

White House Facts for Kids | Social Studies Video Lesson
White House Facts for Kids | First and Second Grade Social Studies
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