Even though we don’t recite the Pledge of Allegiance each morning in our homeschool classroom, my children have learned it through various extra curricular groups and activities.
Awana, American Heritage Girls, Boy Scouts and even church activities all make sure that children know this important patriotic pledge.
So I didn’t make this set as a way to memorize the pledge,
though you certainly could use it as such,
but I created this set more as a kick starter for a discussion about our nations position under God.
There is a coloring page for young children
a tracer page for early students,
and blank notebooking pages for older children.
I also wanted to include this chart that features the pledge written in the shape of a cross. This might be a good sheet to hang in your classroom, or as a cover of a notebooking binder.
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So now I’m wondering, Do you recite the Pledge of Allegiance in your classroom each morning?