Month of the military child printable to do at home or in the classroom.
Being a military kid is hard. Use this month of the military child printable to help your military kids express themselves.
The month of the military child is celebrated during April every year. This month recognizes the challenges that military kids all around the world are faced with everyday.
Military children face many hardships, such as active duty parents being gone for months to years. Their parents may be deployed in dangerous places.
On top of dealing with deployments, military families tend to relocate every few years. That means that military kids go from school to school, leaving their family and friends behind every 2-3 years.
The month of the military child lets these strong and resilient kids know that they are appreciated for their sacrifices and shows them that we applaud their courage and bravery everyday.
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Month of the military child worksheet
This month of the military child worksheet can be used at home with your military kids or in the classroom at school. You can bring them to your next FRG (Family Readiness Group) meeting to distribute to military spouses.
You can grab the free printable and print it out at home. Print one or as many copies as you need.
Have your military kids fill out the questions using drawings, words, or sentences depending on their age group. Younger students can draw a picture to answer the questions while older students can write a few sentences.
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Grab the free Month of the military child worksheet here.
Learn more about the month of the military child at the DOD (Department of Defense) official website.