Learn some more facts about Memorial Day by watching this Brain Pop video and answering these questions. Do some more research about this holiday, and with an adult’s permission, create a slideshow to share with your family about the meaning of this holiday.
Many people remember loved ones that they have lost on Memorial Day. Find a picture that brings back good memories and write about it using this prompt.
We remember our heroes in the armed forces on Memorial Day. You can practice this Everyday Hero workout from Darebee to build your own strength!
Memorial Day was also known as Decoration Day because people would put flags and other decorations on the graves of their loved ones. Today many people decorate their homes for Memorial Day parties. Here are some craft ideas to create patriotic decorations.
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