#EXTRABONUSFlags and Fireworks-Evolution of the American Flag Color by #

#EXTRABONUSFlags and Fireworks-Evolution of the American Flag Color by #
#EXTRABONUSFlags and Fireworks-Evolution of the American Flag Color by #
#EXTRABONUSFlags and Fireworks-Evolution of the American Flag Color by #
#EXTRABONUSFlags and Fireworks-Evolution of the American Flag Color by #
#EXTRABONUSFlags and Fireworks-Evolution of the American Flag Color by #
#EXTRABONUSFlags and Fireworks-Evolution of the American Flag Color by #
#EXTRABONUSFlags and Fireworks-Evolution of the American Flag Color by #
#EXTRABONUSFlags and Fireworks-Evolution of the American Flag Color by #
Margo Gentile
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Students will follow the evolution of the American flag as they color by number

renditions of actual American flags that were created before the existence of

the current American flag. Each flag is presented in chronological order and

comes with the historical facts about its creation/creators and the American

events/frame of mind during its time. Being that May seems to be a “launching pad” for a series of patriotic holidays, you can have the class do one flag per day in chronological order. This is a nice end of the year project as you count down to the end of the school year. End with a bang! Detailed instructions on how to make fireworks decorations from recycled old magazines are provided!

Great for independent work and centers. Makes a wonderful Flag Day program

as well.

There are 29 flags to color by number (not all are red, white, and blue). The flags range from pre Revolutionary times to the present.

What' inside:

•29 different color by number flags from various phases in America’s history

•Historical facts for each flag

•Explanation of flag elements

•Flag quiz (fill in the blank with word bank)

•Flag labeling page

•3D paper fireworks making (from recycled magazines)

•Can be used for Memorial Day, Flag Day, Fourth of July

Being that May seems to be a “launching pad” for a series of patriotic holidays, you can have the class do one flag per day in chronological order. This is a nice end of the year project as you count down to the end of the school year. End with a bang! Detailed instructions on how to make fireworks decorations from recycled old magazines are provided!

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78 pages
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