Memorial Day Doodle Art Ideas
Introducing some memorial days for kids become an important thing because they have to know what happens in the past. You may wonder how to introduce the past events to your kids in an easy way. Well, you are in right place for it.
We provide some doodle arts ready to be colored for you to introduce some memorials day. You just scroll it down and download it for free. Enjoy!
Thanks for Army’s Dedication
When is America’s Independence Day?
United States Independence Day is a federal holiday every July 4 in the United States to commemorate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence by the Second Continental Congress on July 4, 1776. The declaration was a proclamation of the independence of the Thirteen Colonies from the United Kingdom of Great Britain.
US Independence Day is celebrated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, picnics, concerts, baseball games, political speeches, and various official activities and ceremonies related to the history, government, and traditions of the United States.
America’s Flag and Eagle
Kids are Celebrating Memorial Day
Fun Fact about America’s Independence Day
When America’s Independence Day was first celebrated in Philadelphia, President John Adams immortalized it by firing 13 cannons. The number 13 was chosen in honor of the 13 colonies involved in passing the independence resolution. After that, fireworks were launched 13 times for the same purpose.
Professor of History from the American University, Kate Haulman, said fireworks are not really a Native American tradition. The tradition was brought from England. As for Guy Fawkes Day, his main inspiration, when he failed to blow up the British Parliament Building, was celebrated with huge fireworks.
A Visit To The Tomb
Maryland and Army
Happy Memorial Day
Thank you From kids
Two Kids and Dog
Smiling Mighty Eagle
Remember The America
Memorial Day Flower
Pin For Those Who Served
Sunny Memorial Day
Remember the America II
We hope you enjoy yourself with us.