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Flag Day – Teacher Resources

Find lessons and activities that are perfect for Flag Day—June 14th—or any other day you want to celebrate patriotism of the United States. Your students can learn facts about the flag, then complete activities to show you what they've learned. You'll find the full text of the Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights, printable art activities, patriotic songs to sing in the classroom, reference articles about the history of the flag, biographical information about Betsy Ross, and much more!


Citizenship Word Search
American Flag (in color)
Betsy Ross Little Book
Betsy Ross Biography: Reading Warm-Up for Grades 1 & 2
The Betsy Ross Flag
Citizenship Crossword
50 Stars and 13 Stripes
More Popular Flag Day Printables


"Star-Spangled Banner"
United States Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
More Flag Facts
When and How to Display the U.S. Flag
Flags from Around the World

Reading & Language Arts Activities

Flag Day: Library Skills
Stars and Stripes Writing Activity
An American Classroom
All About the Statue of Liberty
The United Nations Peace Dove
Posters for Unknown American Heroes
Betsy Ross Reading Warm-Up
More Flag Day Reading & Language Arts Activities

Art & Music Activities

Star Design
Patriotic Hat
Patriotic Book
Patriotic People Mobile
"The Star Spangled Banner" Reading Warm-Up
Patriotic Torch
U.S. Patriotism, Vol. I: Printables Slideshow
Patriotic Songs
More Patriotic Art Activities

Math Activities

Flags and Stars

History Resources

Top 10 Flag Day Activities Gallery
History of the American Flag
Flag Facts
The Pledge of Allegiance
Flags of Australia – Symbolism
Australia's Flag
Australian Aboriginal Flag
More Flag Day History Activities

Social Studies

United States Flag Bulletin Board
United States Flag Bulletin Board Example
Flag Day History
Respect the Flag
Three Countries
Color the American Flag
U.S. Patriotism, Vol. II: Printables Slideshow
More Popular Social Studies Resources for Flag Day

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