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Download this free cut and paste Pledge of Allegiance words printable for your kids. They’ll work on fine motor skills while memorizing the Pledge.
The Fourth of July is just around the corner. Take some time this month to teach your kids the Pledge of Allegiance. The printable pack I’ve created (and am sharing below) will be a great resource to have on hand as you do.
Start with the poster that shows the entire Pledge of Allegiance. Then, let them complete the cut and paste pages (full page or mini book) to practice.
Pledge of Allegiance Words Printable
Start by sharing the Pledge of Allegiance words printable with your kids. Read the Pledge to them. Point to each word as you read it. If you need help defining the words in a way they’ll understand, print out the Pledge of Allegiance worksheets I created last year.
See if they can recite the pledge with Ms. Tracy…
Afterward, you can have them work through one or both of the cut and paste activities in the activity pack I’ve shared below.
Pledge of Allegiance Cut-and-Paste Page
After practicing the Pledge of Allegiance and reciting it with the video above, kids can enjoy a one-page cut and paste activity.
They can color the title and patriotic kid at the top of the page. Then, cut out the word boxes at the bottom of the page.
I suggest having them place all the words on the page before glueing them down. They can either check their work against the Pledge of Allegiance poster page, or you can check their work. Once the words are in the proper order, let your kids glue them down.
Pledge of Allegiance Mini Book
The second activity in this pack is a Pledge of Allegiance mini book. Kids can color the pages in this book if they’d like. The last page contains a word bank for kids to cut and paste on the pages of the book.
Each page contains a portion of the song as well as patriotic images that correspond to the message. If necessary, go over the words with them to be sure they know what each one is. Then, have them recite the Pledge of Allegiance as they search for the words that fill each box.
As with the one-page cut-and-paste activity above, I suggest spreading out the mini book pages and having kids place the words in the boxes before gluing them down.
Either you check their work, or let them check it against the poster with the entire Pledge on it. Once you’ve confirmed the words are placed appropriately, let your kids glue them down.
Now, they have a book that they can “read” to loved ones to show that they know the Pledge of Allegiance.
Books About The Pledge of Allegiance
• I Pledge Allegiance | Libby’s great aunt, Lobo, is from Mexico, but the United States has been her home for many years, and she wants to become a U.S. citizen. At the end of the week, Lobo will say the Pledge of Allegiance at a special ceremony. Libby is also learning the Pledge this week, at school—at the end of the week, she will stand up in front of everyone and lead the class in the Pledge. Libby and Lobo practice together—asking questions and sharing stories and memories—until they both stand tall and proud, with their hands over their hearts.
• I Pledge Allegiance to the Flag | The American flag is a symbol for freedom and unity. In this engaging nonfiction title, young readers learn a brief history of the American flag and are encouraged to learn and recite the Pledge of Allegiance.
• The Pledge of Allegiance: Poem of Patriotism | Act out the story of two boy scouts who learn the meaning of the Pledge of Allegiance!
Download your Pledge of Allegiance Words Printable.
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