American Veteran’s Day is coming up very soon, and it’s important to teach our children about our veterans, their history, and their sacrifice. Include these activities in your homeschool to get your children to both learn about Veteran’s Day and practice their math, writing, or reading skills!
Practice writing and learn more about veterans and what they’ve done with these notebooking pages! There are 48 pages for varying levels all about Veteran’s Day!
Take 15 minutes out of your day to teach your children about Veteran’s Day using music! Sing special songs to honor veterans and learn more about the branches of the Army.
This Veteran’s Day resource is for ages 2-8: acrostic poems, vocab, copywork, writing, counting, etc. There are a few activities for older students, but most of these cater to the younger.
Your young children can learn more about veterans and practice their reading skills using these readers: this includes 4 reading levels with activities!
In this resource bundle, there are puzzles and activities all about veterans (30 pages) including tracing, letter coloring, patterning and sequencing.
For grades K-2, this pack is filled with math, reading, AND writing activities including a “Dear Hero” letter writing sheet!
Here are 35 printables including copywork, cursive practice, and writing prompts mainly for younger learners.
Use these Veteran’s Day themed writing templates for your writing lesson on Veteran’s Day! There is also a Thank You, Hero page to inspire your children to write to a veteran to honor what they’ve done!
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