See nine fun flag coloring pages on this page!
Are you from the USA?
'Love the Stars and Stripes! Get out the red, white, and blue to color Old Glory, an American flag coloring page, and other patriotic coloring pages.
Are you from Canada or England?
Get out the red and white or red, white, and blue again. Two of these coloring pages are just for you!
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Enjoy our printable flag coloring pages and see an explanation of the different countries that use the same flag patterns below.
Some countries have the same pattern on their flags so it's fun to know which ones are which!
Studying history and geography together helps children understand both better. The more visual the details, the better, so add printable flags to your lesson plans.
Most children love coloring the flag of the country or state they're studying which helps make the class fun. Point to a map or the globe and trace the story's journey over the map so they get an idea of where they're studying.
If you want history to become easy to remember, print our history timeline template on card stock for kids to keep through high school. It is an awesome memory aid!
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It's super good to share the American flag with the words to the Pledge of Allegiance.
I pledge allegiance to the Flag
Of the United States of America,
And to the Republic for which it stands:
One Nation under God, indivisible,
With Liberty and Justice for all.
See two pages of printable Pledge of Allegience worksheets here.
Here's a realistic printable American flag coloring page. Old Glory is at her best in red, white, and blue. Consider a gold or wooden colored flag pole with a dark background. It is a beautiful printable flag.
You can see a lovely poem, "The Flag Goes By" on our cursive writing worksheets page.
Here's a cute printable American flag with a whimsical printable flag with fireworks. Happy Fourth of July!
Again, think red, white, and blue! Kids love to march in a marching band with the flag - even if they're pretending and even if they're inside. Encourage their love of God, family, and country.
Keep all the patriotic holidays with these treasures:
May God bless the USA!
Kids love coloring a picture of Betsy Ross and the flag. Betsy made several versions of the flag before they settled on the first American flag with thirteen red and white stripes and thirteen white stars in a circle on a blue field.
Here's a picture of a lady carrying a flag. Remember to choose red and white for the stripes and a blue field under white stars.
I love these printable flags from Canada and Great Britain! The Canadian flag is red and white and England's flag is red, white, and blue.
Use red for the side stripes and the Maple Leaf in this Canadian flag coloring page. Leave the center white behind the red leaf.
The flag of England is the Great Britain flag. You'll need red, white, and blue for this coloring page. Use gold, brown, or black for the flag pole and a bold color for the background so the white on the flag is clear.
Since many countries use the tricolor triband format I've researched a few for which you can use a plain flag to color the particular country's flag.
It is more interesting to color flags when you know something about them. You can add to these notes with ideas that are specific to the areas that you are studying with these printable flags.
There are two kinds of tricolor triband flags:
A. Vertical bands - With two or three colors.
B. Horizontal bands - With two or three colors.
Some countries have three bands but only use two colors as with:
Add the silhouette of a Maple Leaf and you have the flag of Canada. See one above that has the Maple Leaf. Remember to use red on the left and right with a white center.
It is so fun to see that there are many countries that use what's called the triband form for their flags. I found several countries and the colors are mentioned from left to right:
There are many other more local tricolor flags, even for states and cities.
These have three vertical bands of solid color that are each about one-third the field of the flag. There are others that have an extra symbol, especially in the center.
These countries have a triband that is evenly spaced, but only use two colors:
Add symbols and you can create many other kinds of flags.
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The flags for several countries have the bands or stripes run horizontally and use three colors as with: