We Are Respectful --- Code of Conduct for Pledge of Allegiance
We Are Respectful --- Code of Conduct for Pledge of Allegiance. Explaining how to act during the Pledge of Allegiance can be tricky with the littles… this simple reminder poster makes it a lot easier! By using positive language and three simple directions: stand up, look at the flag, and put your right hand over your heart, even your youngest learners will know how to be respectful! #iteachtoo #iteachK #kindergarten #preK #america #pledgeofallegiance #teachinginthetongass #grade1
Every day our kiddos stand up to say the pledge of allegiance, but do they really know what they are saying? This interactive notebook activity is the perfect way to break the monotony, and to help our students understand what they are really saying during the pledge!
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!
The Pledge of Allegiance was authored in 1892., by Francis Bellamy, a defrocked minister from Boston who identified himself as a "Christian Socialist," and was removed from the pulpit for preaching politics, specifically for espousing the view that "Jesus was a Socialist".