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Friday, July 1, 2011


Three Cheers for the Red, White, and Blue

All right, party people!  It’s almost America’s birthday! 

Tell your children that in America we never say, “I can’t.”  We always say, “I CAN” because we are AmeriCANS!

As Americans we try to help each other.  I just heard about a fantastic opportunity to help some of the teachers in Joplin, MO, who lost everything in the recent tornado.  Visit to see how you can help.

Here’s a song to the tune of “The Farmer in the Dell.”  The teacher who shared this said she used it to prompt her children before they said the Pledge of Allegiance.

We love our flag.
We love our flag.
We love America
And we love our flag.

Red, white and blue.
Red, white, and blue.
The colors of our country
Are red, white, and blue.

A simple way to decorate for the 4th of July is to give children red, white, and blue chalk and let them decorate the sidewalk or driveway.

I’m on my way to the grocery store to get Rice Crispies (red, white, and blue special holiday box) to make treats for my nieces two children who will be visiting.  (The kids are a great excuse to make these because they taste just as yummy when you’re grown!)

Come back tomorrow and I’ll tell you how to make a fire cracker sandwich!