Video Writing Prompts: Fireworks Design

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K-5: Exploding with National Pride

Fireworks can have different shapes and ways of exploding. Design your own firework to represent America on the 4th of July. Draw it on a piece of paper, give it a name and write why it honors the country. (Adjust length for grade level)

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6-8: The Fascination of Fireworks

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