Here's a cut and past activity to help students learn the meaning of the Pledge of Allegiance.
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Pledge of Allegiance Free Printable | Use for a table favor, framed art, cards, crafts and more!
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Love this for teaching the little ones what the words in the Pledge of Allegiance mean!  Great sight for teaching ideas.

Love this for teaching the little ones what the words in the Pledge of Allegiance mean! Great sight for teaching ideas.

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

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

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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. 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!

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The original Pledge of Allegiance was written in August 1892 by the baptist minister Francis Bellamy. Bellamy had hoped the pledge would be used by citizens in any country. It originally contained the phrase "my flag." This caused concern that some would pledge to the flag of their native countries, so in 1923 the words "the Flag of the United States of America" were added. In 1954, President Eisenhower encouraged Congress to add the words "under God," creating the pledge we say today.

The original Pledge of Allegiance was written in August 1892 by the baptist minister Francis Bellamy. Bellamy had hoped the pledge would be used by citizens in any country. It originally contained the phrase "my flag." This caused concern that some would pledge to the flag of their native countries, so in 1923 the words "the Flag of the United States of America" were added. In 1954, President Eisenhower encouraged Congress to add the words "under God," creating the pledge we say today.

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