This Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day pennant is all you need to teach and promote American symbols of freedom, the meaning of freedom, and the meaning of Veteran’s Day. The is a great research activity for November. There is a location and facts fill in, a symbol of freedom question, and a personal reflection on freedom writing prompt. Your students will love all the opportunities for creativity.
The pennant can be used any time of the year (it does not say “Veteran’s Day or Memorial Day”). The banner can be used in November for Veterans Day. It includes memorials and symbols throughout U.S. history from the 1700’s to modern day. Give your students a relevant and modern experience while promoting American history, pride, diversity, and achievement. Leave the pennant up all year long!
Feedback on the Veteran’s Day pennant
“Great way to incorporate research into art. The kids will love this.”
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★ pennant printables – The sketch notes style is very appealing. The pennant features realistic images- all in line art for your students to add color and design.
★This is the same resource for Memorial Day.
Here is your list!
Air Force Emblem
Coast Guard Emblem
The Declaration of Independence
The Gateway to the West
Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial
Iwo Jima Marine Corps Memorial
Korean War Memorial Gardens
Marines Corps Emblem
The Star Spangled Banner
Statue of Liberty
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Arlington National Cemetery
Vietnam War Memorial
World War I Memorial
World War II Memorial
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