Hand Shape: raise left elbow to chest level, with forearm in front of chest, palm down. Right arm elbow sits on left hand with palm downward angle to pivot.
Location: at chest.
Tip: wave your hand like a flag
Action: Move your right hand at an angle to and away from your face.

Video transcript: F-L-A-G. You’ll need your land, steady right here. Then set your flagpole on it. Take your hand and tilt it side ways and have it waving in the wind for flag.

You can have fun teaching this sign by having your child color a small picture of a flag. Then tape it on to the back of their hand, so that as they sign “flag” they are also waving their flag.

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8 Things to Do with the Family on Flag Day or 4th of July

  1. Teach about proper flag protocol.
  2. Dress in red, white, and blue.
  3. Show how our flag has changed.
  4. Explain what each part of our flag means.
  5. Dress in red, white, and blue.
  6. Make a red, white, and blue Jell-O dessert.
  7. Have your own parade.
  8. In prayer, give thanks for those who have fought for our freedom, and pray for protection for those in service now.

How did you celebrate Flag Day? Share your family fun ideas.


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