This Veterans Day, your kids can color and write a special thank you note to the men and women in the armed forces using these Veterans Day Cards.
Writing activities like this one are a great way for your to teach your children how to show their appreciation and gratitude.
Veteran Day Cards:
Whether you are a classroom teacher or a homeschool parent, these free printables are a simple way for your kids to create a thank you card.
You can send the cards to the men and women stationed around the world. A simple note of thanks is sure to brighten their day.
Getting Ready To Use The Veteran Day Cards:
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- 11 Veteran Day Thank You Cards
- 1 Happy Veterans Day Card
- 1 Writing Lines Template
There are 11 cards that say “Thank You” and include males and females from different branches of the armed forces. There is also a card that says “Happy Veterans Day.”
What Else Is Needed:
- Veterans Day Books (optional)
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
To get this writing activity ready for your kids, click on the button below and fill out the form. Then, download the resource.
Next, select which card cover that you want to use and print just that page on white card stock. Then, flip it over and print the writing lines inside on the other side of the paper.
If you are using Adobe, you can select “print on both sides of paper” and “flip on short edge.” After you print the cover and writing lines, fold the card in half.
For young children, you can leave the inside of the card blank so they can draw a picture and write their name.
How To Use The Veteran Day Cards:
Before your children create their cards, you can read books about Veterans Day like What Is Veteran’s Day by Elaine Landau so they understand the reason we celebrate the holiday.
Your kids can write a note to a member of the military thanking them for their service. It can be a personal note to a friend or family member in the armed forces or a general note of thanks to any service member.
After writing their note, your kids can color the front of the card and send it in the mail. For more tips and the address where to send letters to troops, visit Support our Troops.
This Veterans Day, your kids can create special Veterans Day Cards! It’s a great way for kids to show their appreciation and gratitude to others.
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