Country Flags Teacher Resources
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In this online interactive country flag quiz worksheet, students examine the 20 pictured country flags and try to name all of the countries represented in 4 minutes.
Learners describe how symbolism is used in flags as they research the symbolism in country flags and create a new flag design. They begin investigating the meaning behind the Olympic flag and then continue with the flags of South Africa and the US.
Students are introduced to the symbolism of the flag of the United States of American. They identify flag components, history, etiquette and lore. They also use constrution paper to make a flag and discuss the Pledge of Allegiance.
Fifth graders apply the symmetry and angle properties of polygons and use fractions to express the relationships between the areas of rectangles, squares, and triangles. They analyze various country flags and develop mathematical statements, use rulers to construct the flag in the problem, and discuss the solution as a class.
First graders develop an understanding of the importance of the flag. In this flag activity, 1st graders research the history of the flag. Students understanding of how the flag fosters pride in Americans. Students research the first flag. Students construct a flag of their own and answer math questions about the flag.
High schoolers identify the currency used by a particular country and state what the current exchange rate is for that particular country. They then identify and explain the symbols and colors of the country's flag.
Here are some activities based on Flag Day. Activities include reading a passage, phrase matching, fill-in-the-blanks, multiple choice, spelling, sequencing, scrambled sentences, writing questions, survey, and writing. There is a total of 12 Flag Day activities in this resource.
Students investigate the different countries of Africa. In this African geography lesson plan, students choose an African country to investigate and construct the country's flag. Students use a map of Africa to color in their country.
What is the capital city of Saint Lucia? The Comorian Franc is the currency of what country? Geography buffs will love touring and testing their knowledge of famous, as well as lesser-known countries, currencies, and customs. Challenging and colorful.
Students determine the symbolism of Latin American flags. In this Latin America instructional activity, students research the cultures and histories of countries as well as the history behind their flags. Students recreate the flags and share their findings with their classmates.
Young scholars create their own flag with symbols and colors that each have specific meanings. In this flags lesson plan, students review the American Flag and what the symbols and colors of it mean.
Students study the coutries of Africa. In this African American history, small groups of students research a different country, color the country on the map of Africa, write a paragraph about the country, and draw pictures of its flag.
Students explore symbolism by researching the history of the United States. In this U.S. Flag lesson, students discuss the colors, stars and stripes associated with the symbol of our country and the history of its inception. Students view a video about the history in class and read the Pledge of Allegiance.
Fourth graders explore Central America and the Mayan culture. They locate Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, and the Yucatan area of Mexico on a map. Students create a visual arts poster with information about each country.
Fifth graders explore the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. In this human rights activity, 5th graders create their own country, country flag, and charter of rights and freedoms after they have studied the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Young scholars research materials about servicemen and women. In this Veterans Day lesson, students define what a Veteran is and name symbols associated with Veterans Day. Young scholars listen to patriotic music and discuss the flag, the pledge and the national anthem.
Flags are a topic that students can find interesting. A short reading passage is followed by 10 comprehension and vocabulary questions in this reading activity.
Students examine some of the symbols, songs, and pledges that represent our country as well as the liberties they enjoy today due to those who served. They discuss the rules for displaying the United States Flag, practice folding the flag, and explore the words and meanings of "The Pledge of Allegiance" and "The Star Spangled Banner".
Using role play, a graphic organizer, and discussion, your class members will compare and contrast the movement of people and goods between countries in the European Union before and after the organization was established. This is a great way to associate your learners with the European Union and to discuss the impact of free trade, security, and immigration in movement between foreign countries.
Students work together and discover facts about foreign countries. They complete research using English language resources and play games in foreign languages to develop foreign language speaking skills. They study information about a specific country.