Use this "Star-Spangled Banner" Go Fish game as a resource to help teach your students the lyrics to our national anthem in a fun way. It works great as a workstation for your younger students.Each card contains a lyric from the "Star-Spangled Banner" along with an image to help students better understand what the words really mean.
(Original Caption) 3/1/1933-Lima, Peru: ORIGINAL CAPTION READS: These fashionably-dressed women of Lima are shown marching thrugh the main streets of the city singing the national anthem during the demonstration in favor of (_-missing word) Colombia, in which hundreds of thousands marched. via @AOL_Lifestyle Read more: https://www.aol.com/article/news/2017/03/07/51-powerful-photos-of-women-marching-throughout-history/21875571/?a_dgi=aolshare_pinterest#fullscreen
#17 (Required) -- Read through the words of the National Anthem. Explain what Francis Scott Key was actually telling us about his view of the flag that night and the next morning. When did it become the National Anthem? With other members of your Unit, share the story of that night by depicting that scene through a skit, a narrative, or other creative way (include the date, the conflict, the flag's design at the time, its condition, and the situation that prompted Key's poem).