Some people get Veterans Day mixed up with Memorial Day. Veterans Day is a national day in our country to honor all of those who have served in the military.
Here is another video about Veterans Day.
Here is a Veterans Day booklet for your primary aged student that has alphabetical order, a word search, and a comprehension page.
If you would like your son or daughter to do a word search, here is a free printable on Veterans Day.
Kid’s Activity Blog has a variety of worksheets for your student to do, including designing a commemoration quilt patch.
There is also a Veterans Day Resource Guide that has information and information on how to take care of the flag.
How can you teach your child the importance of supporting those who are in the military? How about sending a card or a care package? Soldiers Angels has many ways to be involved, from sending a card or a letter, to purchasing a care package, to sending a blanket, all of these are practical and thoughtful ways of showing appreciation to our service members.
Do you want your student to send a letter or card? CLICK HERE
To learn more about Soldiers Angels CLICK HERE.
If you have service members in your family, how about calling them and thanking them for their service to our country?
Our children can also serve our country by helping others. You could rake a neighbor’s leaves, visit those in nursing homes, pick up litter in your neighborhood, or find another way to serve.