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Check out the Budget Home$chool Holiday Section! Here we have provided links to holiday trivia, themes, educational projects just for kids and so much more... You will find information on the history of Valentine's Day, arts and craft ideas for Christmas, helpful ideas on starting your own family traditions the children will not only remember but pass along to their own children.

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    • Raise the Flag (Awareness) in Your Class Ages: 6 - 18More than 225 years have passed since the United States flag was adopted. Education World salutes this anniversary with five new lessons that teach about the history of the flag history, the proper way to fold the U.S. flag, and more.Subjects: flag, fold, lesson plan, collage, stars, stripes, teach, display

    • Flag Day is June 14 Ages: 6 - 18Teach your students about the American Flag, including its history, what the symbols represent, and the proper way to display it. Discuss how the American Flag has played a part in recent events.Subjects: flag, theme, unit study, coloring, fold, learn

    • Flag Day – Teacher Resources Ages: 6 - 18Find lessons and activities that are perfect for Flag Day -- June 14th -- or any other day you want to celebrate patriotism of the United States. Your students can learn facts about the flag...Subjects: flag, fold, lesson plan, resources, design, printables, facts

    • The Origins of Flag Day Ages: 14+Although there are many claims to the first official observance of Flag Day, all but one took place more than an entire century after the flag’s adoption in 1777. The flag first flew over a foreign territory in early 1778 at Nassau, Bahama Islands...Subjects: stars, stripes, teach, school, education, display, flag