Teach 1st-3rd Grade students about the history of Veterans Day and the importance of the American Flag with TWO COMPLETE Lessons and a variety of engaging hands-on Veterans Day Math and Literacy activities:
• Veterans Day Lesson – all Nonfiction Informational Text included!
• Reading Comprehension using Text Features (Multiple Choice and Short Answer)
• Veterans Day Original Poetry + Questions to analyze Poem
• Veterans Day Craft – making Veterans Day Medals (all patterns Included!)
• Literacy Game: Veteran Match-Up (Rhyming Words) FULL COLOR!
• American Flag Lesson-all Nonfiction Informational Text included!
• American Flag Short Answer Questions to assess Informational Text Comprehension
• American Flag Coloring Page
• Veterans Day Math: THREE Facts to 7 Addition Worksheets
In addition, students will make and play the FULL COLOR Veterans Day Bingo Game to practice Facts to 7 Addition (Perfect for a Veterans Day Math Center – all game materials included!)
Veterans Day, aligned with the Common Core Standards (see preview for Standard Alignment), can be purchased separately, or part of our HOLIDAYS MEGA BUNDLE FOR GRADES 1-3
We've included color versions of the lessons and poems for your White Board, black and white versions of the lessons and poems to make copies for your students, Answer Pages, and Grading Rubrics for the higher-level activities.
Download the Veterans Day Preview to see the complete Table of Contents, Lesson Plans, Common Core Alignment, and sample lessons and activities.
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