Do your kids know why each state flag is designed the way it is? There is a ton of history and symbolism behind many of our state flags, and this State Flags Worksheets and Fact Cards set is a fun way to introduce it to your students.
For example, do your kids know what the horses in harness on the Pennsylvania flag mean or the origin of the symbol on the flag of New Mexico? They can discover this and much more with this State Flags Worksheets and Fact Cards unit.
They’ll learn the meaning of:
- colors used in the flags
- motto and inscriptions
- dates on flags
- symbols used
- and more depending on the elements of each flag
The first part of the unit includes color images of all 50 flags and a short description of what the parts of each flag mean and the year each flag was adopted.
Next, students can color pictures of all 50 flags and fill in what they’ve learned about the year the flag was adopted and the meaning of its colors and symbols used.
Following these worksheets are 5 matching worksheets where students can match the name of each state to its flag.
The unit concludes with 50 full-color fact cards for reviewing the information learned and 50 black and white fact cards the students can fill in with the information learned.
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