I have a question for you:
Do your students actually know what they are saying during the Pledge of Allegiance? Or do they just say it out of habit?
I know my students say it out of habit 99.9% of the time.
But you know what I think the problem really is? That we never really teach our students what the words mean in the Pledge.
Because let’s be real: how often do you use the word “indivisible” on a daily basis?
This is why I created my Pledge of Allegiance Interactive Notebook!
This notebook is a fun way to teach your students the meanings behind the words they are saying in the pledge!
Here’s what’s included:
6 mini-flaps with key vocabulary from the Pledge of Allegiance.
Sample definitions for each word (but, you are, of course, welcome to use your own definitions.
3 different handwriting pages for your students to practice writing out the Pledge.
Here’s what other teachers are saying about this interactive notebook:
Very helpful teaching the meaning of the Pledge to my students! – Carrie B.
Great way for the kids to realize what they are actually saying every morning. – Joanne W.
Great for our social studies unit, Citizenship! Thank you! – Kim A.
This is an AWESOME resource! Thank you!! – Natalie V.
Every day our kiddos stand up to say the pledge of allegiance, but do they really know what they are saying? This interactive notebook activity is the perfect way to break the monotony, and to help our students understand what they are really saying during the pledge!
Do your students need more practice understanding what the words of the Pledge really mean? Check out my Pledge of Allegiance Interactive Notebook!