Flag day is coming up as is the Fourth of July. There are many days we fly the flag including Memorial Day and Veterans Day.
I made this a while back, but haven’t added it to the website since I changed over four years ago. My how time flies!!
This set includes:
*a text with all the information to fill out the lapbook components
*the history of the flag
*the meaning of the stars and stripes
*the meaning of the colors red, white and blue
*the meaning of the Pledge of Allegiance
*saluting the flag
*the meaning of the flag
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