Happy 4th of July!
I am giving a tribute to America today through pictures of family fun!
Austin eating a red, white, and blue yogurt pop while taking a break from swimming at his aunt's house.
Fabulous cousins after dancing in the Fourth of July parade.
This is a flag in Dylan's room. I have the cutest video of him saying the Pledge of Allegience standing in front of it.
This is my kiddoes before swimming at Pappy and Grandma's.
Having fun while waiting on the fireworks. (My sister, daughter, and niece made these cute pinterest inspired shirts.)
I hope your Fourth was a bang too.
Now for the educational part, there are so many ways to celebrate America. Here are just a few:
- Make flags
- Sing Star Spangled Banner, America the Beautiful, Grand Ole Flag
- Makr Wind Socks out of construction paper, American symbols, and red, white, and blue streamers
In kindergarten (once was first grade), here in Georgia, the students Social Studies curriculum consisted of learning about the United States. I have so many things that I could share and even show, but they are all at school.
Don't forget to celebrate America on Constituition Day on Friday, September 17, 2012.