What You Should Know About the American Flag

What You Should Know About the American Flag
How much do you know about the American flag? Learn about the history of the American flag, and get the facts about when to fly it and how to take care of it in this printable. This is a useful resource for Flag Day (June 14), Independence Day (July 4), or any U.S. history class.

Grade Levels: 4 - 8

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Birth of America Printable Book (4-8)
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Your students will enjoy reading July 4 trivia, a whimsical diary of the Declaration, and letters by Abigail Adams, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson. You'll also find plenty of patriotic poems and songs, which will be a fun supplement to any U.S. history course.

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