Mankind has always used color to symbolize beliefs and concepts, whether they be love, peace, justice, truth, faith, or other important ideals. This FREE Color Symbolism in World Flags Notebooking Unit is a fun way to help kids learn about the way colors and symbols have been used in world flags. They can learn how the flags share something that is special to the people of the nation the flag represents.
This FREE Color Symbolism in World Flags Notebooking Unit includes the flags of 60 nations of the world. For each flag, space is given for the student to record:
- where the country is located (including borders)
- what the nation’s capital is
- what the colors and images on the flag symbolize
A link to a free online resource where students can find this information is also included. By exploring the meaning behind the flags, students will have the opportunity to learn more about the nation and people each flag represents, their history, and what is important to them.
Students can also color the flags if they choose. Color examples of the flags are given in the back of the unit as an extra resource they can use if they choose.
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FREE Country Study Notebooking Pages
Create a country study notebooking journal using these free blank country study notebooking pages.
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Get ready to explore 60 countries of the world with the FREE Color Symbolism in World Flags Notebooking Unit.
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