A day honoring the national flag, observed on June 14th. The holiday commemorates the date in 1777 when the United States approved the design for its first national flag.
One of the great things about the homeschool lifestyle is the ability to adapt curriculum to your own needs. It’s such a blessing that the Internet is a wonderful place to find lesson plans and activities for students schooled at home, especially those that have neurological lifelong challenges. Here are some ideas gathered from all over the Internet to help educate your home-schooled students about this special day.
Younger children, especially those that are lower on the spectrum, can do activities according to their skills and development.
Here are a few that I found on the internet:
Flag Day Activities for Older Autistic Children
Older autistic children can participate even more in Flag Day festivities, and in many ways, it is more important for older autistic students to understand the meaning of the holiday, the flag, and the Pledge. Here are some plans and activities for autistic homeschooler pupils on June 14th.
I hope you are able to get a chance and try either of these homeschool activities today for flag day. Most can be found on the internet for FREE and if you searched on Amazon, you would probably have to pay for it. Just wanted to share what the possibilities are when it comes to autistic learners and homeschooling.
Have a fantastic rest of your week!
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