• Sally Dancy

Summer Holiday Activities

Updated: Jul 2

From Memorial Day to Juneteenth

From Independence Day to Labor Day

From Tulsa to Normandy

Summer is full of history and remembrance.

Though out the summer I will post links and more. I wish everyone peace, reflection, and more.

Flag Day

flag history and more for kids

https://www.pbs.org/americaresponds/theamericanflag.html


Juneteenth is often seen as the 4th of July for the American black community.

This link has books, videos, and more for a variety of age groups

https://www.weareteachers.com/teaching-juneteenth/


Independence Day/4th of July

Here’s a link with some great activities

https://www.parents.com/holiday/july-4th/fourth-of-july-party-ideas/

I wanted to post a play list of songs but actually couldn’t find just one list that I liked as a stand a lone. so I’m posting a a few different lists…

https://www.iheart.com/content/2018-07-02-songs-about-freedom/


https://www.npr.org/sections/pictureshow/2021/06/18/1007389777/songs-for-freedom-a-juneteenth-playlist-from-pianist-lara-downes

Here are some picture highlights from in class crafts&activities …



Celebrating the diverse History of our nation. From our local celebration of Fiesta to a variety of art & music from different parts of our country, we celebrate all contributions And each groups path to freedom…




Memorial Day…. D-Day…. Women’s Veterans’s Day…. Armed Forces Day… Veterans Day…

Memorializing different groups, each with unique history.

But even that can lead to disagreements depending on what war/perspective… immediately after Civil war, After reconstruction, After WW1, After WW2, or the many other conflicts around the word over the last century.



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