Memorial Day is a great opportunity to teach your students about history and honoring service men and women. We thought it would be helpful to share a free printable easy reader all about Memorial Day! Keep reading to get your freebie and ideas for planning your Memorial Day lessons.
Did you know that the Poppy flower is the national symbol of Memorial Day? This bright red flower symbolizes fallen soldiers and honors their memories.
Read more about this in the new free All About Memorial Day Easy Reader. Grab it for free below!
This easy to print book is low-prep for teachers! It’s engaging for students with information text and corresponding pictures!
This activity goes well with these resources:
Ways to Use Easy Readers
There are many ways to use easy reader books in your class. Such as reading it aloud with your class while they follow along in their own books. Students can buddy read the book together and then color the pictures. They can discuss and ask inquiry questions after reading. And then send it home for extra practice.
Parents will appreciate having a resource to help teach about Memorial Day too!
There are so many great ways to use this All About Memorial Day book in your classroom!
All About Memorial Day Videos:
Need a good video to use with your Memorial Day lesson? We got you covered with our teacher-approved list right here:
Using this educational video for students we share fun facts about a holiday that celebrates those who have died serving in the military.
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