: Passage and Activity for INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS
This Veterans Day passage is a perfect way to help your students understand several concepts, such as who Veterans are, why we celebrate Veterans Day, how the name changed from Armistice Day, the difference between Memorial Day and Veterans Day, and much more.
---- I offer this SAME passage in two different formats. This particular passage is formatted for interactive notebooks. It is the exact same passage and questions just formatted differently from the full page version.
If you would like to purchase the one page passage with 7 text-based questions that go along with the passage, click HERE
. You can then read the description to see which format works best for you.
(Interesting note... Veterans Day does not include an apostrophe because it is not a day belonging to Veterans. It is a day to honor Veterans. This is according to the US Veterans Affairs on the correct spelling)
This passage was written with 4th graders in mind, but it can be used with more advanced third graders or weaker fifth grade readers. Please use your best judgement.
This pack includes a short close reading passage that should help students better understand the holiday of Veterans Day. The passage is a half sheet, so it will work perfectly to glue into an interactive reading notebook or social studies notebook. Once glued into the interactive notebook, students can write their thinking out to the side of the passage.
In addition to the passage, there are three flippable activities (all printed on one sheet) for their notebook. One is on the definition of Veteran, one focuses on The Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers, and the other focuses on 4 comprehension questions related to the passage.
In addition to doing this activity as a whole group reading lesson, you could also have students do it during a literacy center. Feel free to use it in your classroom however you would like.
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Take a look at all of my close reading passages and activities by clicking HERE