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Celebrate Independence Day With the Ultimate Patriotic Road Trip

Looking for the perfect Fourth of July road trip? Travel up the eastern seaboard to some of the most patriotic cities in America. From Arlington to Boston and New York City, these cities bleed red, white, and blue.

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This clever twist on the classic cootie catcher tests your knowledge of the first 10 amendments. Can you guess the rights behind each amendment? #DIY #July4th

This clever twist on the classic cootie catcher tests your knowledge of the first 10 amendments. Can you guess the rights behind each amendment? #DIY #July4th

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Kindergarten social studies, History strand, 4. I would use this activity to help students recognize the American flag and also the color words for the colors that are associated with it. I would read the book F is for Flag by Wendy Cheyette Lewison for this activity.

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Here are a few trivial but fun facts about the 4th of July. Celebrate your independence and freedom, whether you live in the United States or some other part of the world. We can all use a little more freedom. #4thofJuly #Happy4th

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United States, Declaration of Independence, Map, Print, US, USA, History, Kids, Teacher, American Flag, 4th of July, Fourth of July

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Declaration of Independence Infographic Analysis

This Infographic Analysis handout is a great "hook" & attention grabbing activity for the Declaration of Independence.Activity is based around the following infographic created by History Channel: http://www.history.com/topics/holidays/july-4th/interactives/4th-of-july-by-the-numbers

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