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    Ways to Celebrate Memorial Day with the Kids

    Memorial Day, held during the last Monday of May, is not merely an extra day off of school or work. This day is a day that recognizes and commemorates men and women who have given their lives to military services over the years. It has been celebrated since the Civil War and continues to be a day of reflection.

    Many families may not understand the profound meaning of this day; however, if you have children, it is important that they know what Memorial Day stands for, and that you teach them appropriate ways to celebrate. Here are 10 ideas, and you might find one or all of them worth doing this holiday.

    Have a Picnic or Party

    Since this day often marks the start of summer, it is common for families to gather for meals, parties, and picnics. There are many other meaningful ways to celebrate, too.

    Visit a Veteran’s Cemetery

    If there is a veteran cemetery near you, take the family there and place small American flags or red, white and blue flowers on the graves of soldiers. This is a great way to remember the reason why we celebrate Memorial Day and recognize those who gave their lives for our freedom.

    Fly the American Flag

    It is traditional to fly the American flag at half mast until noon on Memorial Day. This is traditional and after noon, you can raise the flag at full mast.

    Dress in Patriotic Colors

    Take the time to dress in patriotic colors to remember our country and those who fought for us. Red, white, and blue are popular for Independence Day, but it is also appropriate for this day.

    Help a Veteran

    Help those in your community that are widows of veterans or who are disabled veterans. You can spend the day weeding their flower beds, taking them flowers, taking them a meal or honoring that person with a neighborhood barbecue.

    National Moment of Remembrance

    Participate in the National Moment of Remembrance. This is a time when we can all reflect on Memorial Day and those who gave their time for the military. This is usually observed at 3:00 p.m.

    Sing Taps

    Teach your children the words to the song "Taps." Sing it together on Memorial Day.