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Flag
100
When The United States became an indepedent nation it did not consist of 50 states. It consisted of these territories....
What is 13 colonies?
100
At night people watch these in the sky.
What are fireworks?
100
This is a traditional American dessert. (It has fruit in it...)
What is apple pie?
100
The name of the National Anthem of the United States.
What is The Star Spangled Banner?
100
On the US flag, the stars represent this...
What are the 50 states?
200
The year The United States gained independence from Great Britian.
What is 1776?
200
Particularly popular in small towns, people march through the street dressed up. They will decorate bikes. Often times fire fighters and firetrucks will participate.
What is a parade?
200
The most common fruit found at 4th of July celebrations.
What is watermelon?
200
In 1773, this was thrown into the Boston Harbor as a protest against taxes.
What is tea?
200
The red and white stripes on the flag represent this..
What were the orinigal 13 colonies?
300
In 1780 this animal was designated as a national symbol.
What is the bald eagle?
300
People may take a basket of food and a blanket to a park to have one of these..
What is a picnic?
300
These two fruits are often used to decorate cakes or food for the 4th of July because of their color...
What are strawberries and blueberries?
300
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal," is a quote from what document?
What is the Declaration of Independence?
300
When there is a tradegy or an anniversary of a tradgedy, US citizens must put their flag up in a certain way...
What is put the flag at half mast?
400
On July 2nd 1776 the Congress of The United States formally adopted this manuscript declaring independence.
What is The Declaration of Independence?
400
This is a classic American dessert made with a specific flavor of soda and ice cream.
What is a rootbeer float?
400
The typical foods to make at a bar-b-que.
What are hamburgers and hot dogs?
400
Famous in New York, people compete to eat the most of these in 10 minutes.
What is a hot dog eating contest?
400
Take a guess at what the colors of the flag symbolize.
What is: White: Signifies purity and innocence Red: Signifies valor and bravery Blue: Signifies Vigilance, perseverance, and justice
500
This was the last state to join the US, completing the 50 states.
What is Hawai'i?
500
Groups of friends will often get together to play or watch this sport.
What is baseball?
500
A typical type of chip to eat on July 4th.
What are potato chips?
500
The first person to sign the Declaration of Independence. Now, his name has become a slang word for autograph or signature.
Who is John Hancock?
500
The United States has rules for how the flag is handled. Name one of these rules.
1. The flag can never touch the ground. 2. The flag must be lit up by a light after dark. 3. It is illegal to burn a flag.
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