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Pledge of Allegiance Free Printable

Here's a cut and past activity to help students learn the meaning of the Pledge of Allegiance.

These words go along with our glossary/ word wall words. Here's a cut and past activity to help students learn the meaning of the Pledge of Allegiance.

Pledge of Allegiance in American Sign Language~  Challenge students to say it AND sign it.  Great way to get students to think about the words and meaning.  Students will feel accomplished once they are able to sign the entire Pledge of Allegiance!

Pledge of Allegiance in American Sign Language~ Challenge students to say it AND sign it. Students will feel accomplished once they are able to sign the entire Pledge of Allegiance!

Originally composed by Francis Bellamy in 1892 and formally adopted by Congress as the pledge in 1942

The Man Who Wrote the Pledge of Allegiance

The evolution of the US Pledge of Allegiance. Notice that the last time it was changed was during the McCarthy era and that was a fear reaction to all those godless communists.

Free! Pledge of Allegiance, suggestions for helping students understand the vocabulary and meaning. The graphic organizer will help them to organize the information and show their understanding. Great for the start of year social studies lesson. Use during Freedom Week, on Memorial Day, Veteran's Day, or Flag Day

The Pledge of Allegiance {{FREEBIE}}. Grade level: Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth Everyday in our classrooms students are reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, but do they understand the words they are saying?

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The words to the Pledge of Allegiance written on parchment, alongside an American flag, with a background image of Washington crossing the Delaware River.

That part that says "justice for all", has never been true. Only if you're white.  But if you're rich and white, mostly you get away with murder.

Pledge with under God! Growing up in school we said The Pledge of Allegiance every morning - the schools had no problem with this.

I pledge allegiance...

I Pledge Allegiance... The US Pledge for Young Learners

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