If you’re anything like us, you’re just counting down the days until the end of the year! With all of the end of year activities, it can be hard to keep students engaged in learning. So how can you combat the end of year burnout? By teaching your class about Flag Day! Check out these fun and engaging activities to teach Flag Day in your classroom.
Why teach Flag Day?
At the end of the year you are bogged down with celebrations and special days. We know it can feel overwhelming to add another one! But, Flag Day is the perfect distraction from the end of the year!
Most students don’t know about the history behind the American flag. Flag Day gives them the opportunity to learn something new in an engaging way. These interactive activities give you a break from the end of year countdown while providing much needed literacy skills revision.
How to teach about Flag Day?
This time of year it is more important than ever to have easy, ready to print resources! Our Discovering Flag Day Research Unit is full of them! You will be able to seamlessly move through content with your students, and each child will be able to create their own pocketbook portfolio along the way to store their work. Students, parents and administrators LOVE the impressive final product, and it will be a keepsake that they will be proud of and love to show off!!
Which activities are included in the Flag Day Research Unit?
This unit includes a week’s worth of Flag Day activities to teach your students about the history, significance, and other important information about the “stars and stripes”. Included you get:
- Lesson Plans & Unit Pacing Plan
- Anchor Charts
- Powerpoint Presentations
- Student Workbooks with Comprehension Questions
- Vocabulary Activities
- Graphic Organizers
- Writing Pages
- Early Finisher Activities (word search, cross word, sorting activities)
- SMART art Writing Activities
If you prefer to use digital activities, grab our Flag Day Digital Unit! It includes all of the activities above in digital form. Use them in the classroom as digital centers or assign them for home learning.
We are so confident that you’ll love this unit that we are giving away a FREE PREVIEW. Get your free download HERE.
Are you looking for other summer teaching ideas? Check out:
Summer Math Crafts for First and Second Grade
Shark Week Activities for Kids, Sharks Research for Elementary Students plus FREE Printable