Remember D-Day

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Remember D-Day – June 6th. The Battle of Normandy, in France, occurred in June 1944 during World War II. Have you ever visited Western Europe? Did you know?

  • The fight, codenamed Operation Overlord, began on D-Day, June 6, 1944
  • On this day, 156,000 American, British, and Canadian troops landed on five beaches along a 50-mile stretch of the Normandy coast
  • The invasion was one of the largest amphibious military assaults
  • By late August 1944, the Allies had freed all of northern France
  • It ended in the Allied liberation of Western Europe from Nazi Germany
  • President Roosevelt’s humble prayer united Americans
  • Poppy flowers are a symbol to remember veterans

Homeschoolers/Parents/Educators: Sketch/color an illustration. Theme: other places. Read or listen to: Tom Thumb: in Learning to ReadFavorite Fairy Tales (Kindle/audiobook/paperback). What places did Tom visit? Put these words in alphabetical order: veteran, soldier, pledge, allegiance, freedom, travel. List three facts about D-Day. Write about a place you want to visit. Say a prayer for a soldier or veteran. Say thank you to a soldier or veteran. Recite the Pledge of Allegiance. (Skills: identification, comprehension, creativity, appreciation, patriotism)

About Martha Quinn

Book author, licensed teacher, master's degree (Reading K-12, Social Studies 7-12). Former homeschooler. Happily married Christian with two terrific children. Loves animals, swimming, music, fishing, gardening, cooking, traveling, exciting movies, good books, and the great outdoors.

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