The Pledge of Allegiance Activity and Freebie

I have a fun activity to do with the American flag and the Pledge of Allegiance. Students use tear art to make the flag and then write the words of the pledge on the white spaces of the flag. Students will be writing the Pledge of Allegiance words on the white part of the flag.

Here are the materials you need to make this Tear Art Flag Craftivity:
·        1 12x18 white construction paper
·        ½ sheet of 12x18 red construction paper
·        ¼ piece of blue construction paper
·        Some extra white paper to make the stars
·        Glue

Have students tear 7 long strips of red construction paper and glue to the 12x18 white construction paper. Make sure there is a red strip at the top and a red strip at the bottom of the flag. Glue the blue construction paper square in the top right corner of the flag and tear 50 tiny pieces of white paper and glue on the blue paper to represent the stars. (Tearing 50 tiny pieces of white paper was the hardest part of this activity.)

Then have student write in PENCIL the words of the Pledge of Allegiance on the white stripes of the flag. Then they can go over their pencil marks in black marker. These are really cute hung in the hallways and in classrooms. 

Pledge or allegiance freebie
Use this FREE guide to give to students to make it easy to copy the words onto the tear art flag. Just click the picture to the left to download this freebie. 

This is a fun and easy educational activity to do anytime or during any patriotic holiday!

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Need more patriotic ideas? 
This pack will tell you all about 15 National Monuments and Symbols for the United States of America. A great pack for social studies or for your reading lessons to help with comprehension. Click below to get this at my TPT store and learn all about it. 
National Symbols of the United States of America
Try this PowerPoint Presentation with some fun facts about all 44 American Presidents! This presentation is perfect for any classroom. This is also available in my TPT store. Just Click the picture below.
President Facts in a PowerPoint Slideshow
Need some fun ideas to learn the states and capitals?
Try this pack loaded with games and practice sheets:
50 States and Capitals includes a pack of activities to learn the states and capitals
I also have I Have...Who Has from the pack above all on its own.
This is only $1. (Dollar Deal)
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I Have Who Has States and Capitals Dollar Deal
Are you learning about states?
Try this Mini-States Report.
Click below to read more about it:
Mini States Reports Mini State Report Sample Page
Do you need some fun sentences to edit? These Red, Write, and Blue Sentences to Edit are all about the USA! Students will be revising spelling, punctuation, and making a complete sentence. Click the picture to read more about it.
Red Write and Blue Sentences Task Cards Red Write and Blue Example Task Card

Here are some USA items you may need in the classroom:

Try this Pinterest Board already full of American Holiday Freebies!
All American Freebies
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