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Teach Your Girls About The Flags From Around the World
Time to read 4 min
Time to read 4 min
One of the things that would be great to teach your girls, is country flags of the world.
As you know every country has a flag, every state in the USA has a flag but why? Well it is because everyone is proud of their country. It is a picture that has a meaning and lets the world know this is us and we are proud of who we are. Often the flag sends a message and has a meaning for each part.
Some countries have different types of flags. You will see:
Beyond countries there are also Presidential and Royal flags in those countries where there is royal families or presidents, there are flags for the United Nations and even sporting flags. It is crazy how many flags are out there when you really think about it.
Do you want to learn more about National flags and have fun doing it? Use the Flags of the World Activity Booklet to come up with a variety of different games and activities using flash cards that have all the 195 flags of the world and a fact card to go with it with facts like the design of flag, what it means, and when it was adopted by the country. The booklet includes a number of game ideas to get you started. With this printable you can use any of the ideas I provide or come up with your own games or activities.
Did you know there are actually people who study flags? They are called Vexillologists. Learn more about that career here.
Speak like the Vexillologist and know your flags
All around the world you need to respect the flag. Many countries have rules for using flags and if you break those rules you can offend people such as hanging the flag upside down on the staff(flagpole). As a sign of respect and mourning sometimes a flag will be flown half-mast.
There are many types of Flag Ceremonies and Folding the flag ceremonies. Learn more about how to use flag ceremony commands and run a proper flag ceremony with your troop. Here is one I did with my troop. Learn more
If you are looking for a nice mural to have at your meeting place, use in a patriotic parade or even donate to a organization. Here is how to make an American Flag Mural with your troop using hand prints. Learn how to make
Follow these directions for the American flag. You can alter this craft to work for any flag from around the World. Learn how to make with this step by step video and blog post. Make one now.
On Flag Day go and put flags on a historic Family Confederates grave yard. For troop 1808 they went to a small cemetery in the neighborhood that is forgotten about as it small, the family big party of our Community and but graveyard not publicized as much as house and courthouse that is associated with the family. They did a lesson on family and how even this small graveyards are an important part of history and should not be forgotten it’s a part of our community history and made out community what it is today. They also discussed what flag laying was and importance of being respectful of placement of flags and how to handle a flag. Here is the picture that was shared in Troop 1808 of Daisies and Brownie’s local newspaper the Greensburg Record Herald in Greensburg, KY.
Here are few other around the world ideas I have shared in the past that may be great to add into your learnings about flags around the world
Around the World Memory Matching Game Activity Booklet
Girls will learn 12 different facts about each of the 5 World Centre locations: Mexico, Switzerland, India, Africa and the United Kingdom.