My students and I will be learning about the history of Veterans Day and how it is celebrated in other countries. We will also be reading a famous poem associated with it, "In Flander's Field."
Here's an easy, quick way to add a little about Veterans Day to your busy day- play a game of boggle. The words "veterans" and "day" are hidden away on the board. Simply download the image and project for your students to play. It can serve as a conversation starter and is great word work!
Not sure how to play Boggle? Click HERE for the original game rules.
Need a Boggle board that you can edit yourself? Click HERE for a free editable board.
Want a blank boggle board template for your students to use with classroom boggle? Click HERE.
How about a variety of editable boards to change with the seasons? Click HERE for a bundle of fifteen.
Looking for another quick, simple way to add a little Veterans Day to your studies this week? Do you teach Language Arts to intermediate students? Here are three low prep activities suitable for students in grs. 3-6.
Mystery pictures are a fun way to practice the ho hum skill of identifying parts of speech. In this Patriotic Mystery Picture students practice identifying singular and plural nouns and past, present, and future tense verbs.
Veterans Day Scoot is an extremely versatile item. The cards can not only be used for a round of scoot but also in a literacy center, for small group instruction, a classroom scavenger, or a game of scatter.
Veterans Day Zap is a fun, engaging game to help students practice identifying complete sentences while learning about the holiday.
Since Veterans Day is all about remembering those who have kept us free, here is a fun little FREEBIE to give to your students, parents, veterans, and all to remind them of this important holiday.
Celebrate Veterans Day with this set of Veterans Day Brag Tags!