Memorial Day is an annual holiday celebrated on the last Monday of May which honors the fallen military personnel who bravely served in the United States Armed Forces. A federal holiday in the U.S. since the 1860s, many observe this day by visiting cemeteries and memorials to remember those who lost their lives fighting in the military.
Memorial Day is considered the unofficial start of summer in the U.S. This year, Memorial Day falls on Monday May 25th, 2020.
Many Americans observe Memorial Day by discussing and learning about the history of this federal holiday. One way to remember the fallen is by engaging students with the help of editable Snowflake lesson activities created by NUITEQ’s Global Content Department. These fun and educational standards-aligned activities can be sent to your students in a remote learning setting as a way to boost engagement and inspire them this Memorial Day.
Suitable for students of all ages and levels, Snowflake lesson activities are ready-made and are great for empowering educators, reducing lesson planning time, and allowing teachers to personalize their curricula to meet the diverse learning needs, strengths, and interests of students.
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