7 Ways to Help Your Kids Celebrate Veteran's Day

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Write thank you letters to active duty personnel
Help your children write letters expressing their gratitude to active duty personnel or veterans.
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Photo by: Babble
Write thank you letters to active duty personnel
Help your children write letters expressing their gratitude to active duty personnel or veterans.
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Fri, Nov 9, 2012 3:08 PM EST
Recently a friend pointed out a sad truth: as long as our children have been alive, our country has been at war. During my childhood, the only wars I ever heard about were in the pages of history books. Still, I'm not sure that my kids grasp the true sacrifice of our veterans and active duty military any better than I did as a child. November 11 is Veteran's Day. This year I'm making it a point to involve my children in local Veteran's Day activities. Here are 7 ways you can get your kids involved as well: - Mary Weimer



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