It is important that we teach our children to show respect to the American flag and why this respect is so deserved.
Here is a downloadable brochure listing proper flag etiquette for your to share with children (and adults) of all ages.
Larry Ross and his Red Hatted Entourage from the Margaret Chase Smith School in Skowhegan, Maine raise money and don their signature red hats for the long journey to Arlington, Virginia. The trip has motivated class members to give voice to their own impressions of that hallowed ground.
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Wreaths Across America (TM) believes it is important to teach everyone about the value of freedom, even our youngest citizens. Making time to pass along the stories and memories of heroism and sacrifice to young people will help make an important connection between the greatest generation and the next generation.
This is an ongoing unit of study designed to have students develop a better understanding of the importance of Veterans in America’s history. Wreaths Across America (WAA) believes there are many teachable moments created when young people and veterans can talk to each other.
Use free memory pages as a teaching tool to bring local veterans and students together.
"The tradition of laying wreaths to honor our veterans during the holiday season began in 1992, when Morrill Worcester of Worcester Wreath Company (Harrington, Maine) was stuck with a number of extra wreaths at the close of the holiday season..."
Download the brochure for more: Teach Brochure