Resources for Students, Teachers, Civic Clubs, and Other Patriots
on History and Character Traits
The first National Veterans Day (NVD) celebration took place in Birmingham, Alabama in 1947. Teachers, civic club program presenters, and media can use this site.
Preview of what you can see below:
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Many schools do a good job honoring veterans and remembering the holiday, though the history of “who, how, and where” Veterans Day started has been missing from most schools, perhaps as many as 99%, due to needing lesson plans and content in history textbooks.
You can use these resources intended for educational leaders, teachers in classrooms for millions of students across the nation, civic club presenters, and others who want to share this inspiring national history. Each November 1-11, we can help insure teachers and speakers have resources needed. You can use the handout, poster, and video below for a rich program whether presenting for 5-10 minutes or much more as in a course. There is more provided through links.
Top Resources for You to Use
Top resources we have identified for students, teachers, and other patriots teaching and telling others of this history:
- National Veterans Day – Founded in Alabama Poster
- National Veterans Day – Founded in Alabama Handout (PDF)
- President Reagan Honors NVD Founder Raymond Weeks (video link)
- Alabama character traits to teach with this history
President Reagan Honors NVD Founder Raymond Weeks
- National Veterans Day Founding Education page (History, Character, Leadership…)
- Tribute to the Founder of Veterans Day
- Events page, including patriotic events
- Patriotism in Action book
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