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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Veteran's Day Books, Songs, and DVDs

That's me and my hubby after he came back from a long deployment. I had to share. :)
Here's a few things I like to use for Veteran's Day- some are holiday specific, some can be used for an American theme, Memorial Day, etc.. Hope you find something you can use- if so, please leave some comment love!

The Pledge of Allegiance by Scholastic
America the Beautiful by Scholastic
Star Spangled Banner by Scholastic
In Our Country by Susan Canizares
Red, White and Blue by Susan Canizares
Veteran's Day by Jacqueline S. Cotton- Rookie Read About Holidays
Veteran's Day by Rebecca Rissman
The Wall by Eve Bunting- Reading Rainbow Books
Start Spangled Banner by Francis Scott Key
My Country Tis of Thee by Samuel Francis Smith
Clifford Goes to Washington by Norman Bridwell
I am America by Charles R. Smith, Jr.
L is for Liberty by Wendy Cheyette Lewison
America's White Table by Margot Theis Raven (This is a great activity tie-in! Set a table in your cafeteria or in your Snack Area. Better yet, let the kids practice setting the table!)
Pepper's Purple Heart: A Veteran's Day Story by Heather French Henry
H is for Honor: A Military Family Alphabet by Devin Scillian
Tomb of the Unknowns: Historic Monuments by Julia Hargrove

What books do you like to use for Veteran's Day?

Celebrate America on Jack Hartmann's Colors All Around CD
Patriotic Songs & Marches by Kimbo
Patriotic Morning Time Songs by Hap Palmer
Sing to Learn by Dr. Jean Feldman (several songs)
 Nursery Rhymes and Good Ol' times by Dr. Jean Feldman
Happy Everything! by Dr. Jean Feldman
Holidays and Special Times by Greg & Steve

Do you have a favorite song for Veteran's Day?

This is America, Charlie Brown (this is an 8 part series to pick and choose from)

Do you have a favorite DVD, computer program, etc. you like to use for Veteran's Day?

To all who serve now, have served, or will serve, THANK YOU!
To all the spouses, you are appreciated!

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