Directions: Underline the words in the story as you find them, unscramble them and write them in the boxes below. Franklin's parents took him on trips to Europe with them, and instead of attending school, He was taught by private tutors. He married his cousin Eleanor Roosevelt. They had six children. His political career began at the age of 29 when he became a U.S. Senator from New York. In 1921 a terrible thing happened to him. He became ill with polio , a disease which attacks and cripples the body. He became partially paralyzed. He was elected governor of New York, then in 1932 he was elected President of the United States. He implemented "The New Deal". He created jobs for people. He started a program called Social Security to help people in their old age. Roosevelt used the radio as a means of communicating through his "fireside chats". In 1936 Roosevelt was re-elected. It was a landslide ! He received 523 electoral votes and Alf (Alfred) Landon only received 8. In 1940 the Democrats again nominated Roosevelt to run for President. No man up to this time had ever run for a third presidential term, but there was no law against it at the time. America had been able to stay out of the war until December 7, 1941. That was the day the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. Since the war was continuing in 1944, Roosevelt was again elected President. This would be his fourth term! He had already been President for twelve years. He won the election, but he soon began to have one cold after another. This went on for a year. In April 1945 Roosevelt was in Warm Springs, Georgia. While there he collapsed and died of a cerebral hemorrhage . Millions of Americans mourned the death of their beloved President.