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Celebrating Memorial Day

Celebrating Memorial Day Introduce your students to the true meaning of Memorial Day. Education World provides a Treasure Hunt plus Web-based activities for teaching about the men and women who fought and died in war. Education World • Lesson Plans • Pictures and/or Illustrations
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Celebrating Memorial Day


Introduce your students to the true meaning of Memorial Day. Education World provides a Treasure Hunt plus Web-based activities for teaching about the men and women who fought and died in war.

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• Lesson Plans • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School Elementary School

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