Areas of FlagsQuick View

Areas of Flags

3 Lessons of Powerpoints and Worksheets covering the areas of Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelograms and Trapeziums. The pupils have to find areas of different colours on national flags which are all the above area, and also using other mathematical topics. You will need to write on the powerpoints quite a bit on the starters, plenaries and examples! If you like this resource then please check out my other stuff on here!
Owen134866
Flag AreasQuick View

Flag Areas

Go to www.peelparkmaths.com to find lots more worksheets and activities like this and a great free visual resource to use with this particular activity. Can you use the given measurements to calculate the area of each colour on the different flags?
cherry18
FlagsQuick View

Flags

In this lesson for learners with SEN, they look at the many different types of flags around the world. Learners understand that flags do not just represent countries but also communities and organisations. Learners explore 3 individual flags (union jack, rainbow flag, and the Olympic flag) and present their findings according to ability back to the group.The notes provide language which would be appropriate for SLD SEN group.For more materials associated with this resource, please follow the links provided.
TheClassroom
FlagsQuick View

Flags

An art lesson designed to introduce flags; the meaning of flags and designing their own flag.
nut
South Africa - cultural focus (flag)Quick View

South Africa - cultural focus (flag)

This PowerPoint activity is for Years 7-9 which have South Africa as the country they will represent on Sports Day. They will be doing a range of activities in form time, including this quiz, learning about one specific aspect of cultural interest, doing an introduction into the language, listening to the national anthem and perhaps trying to learn a couple of chants if I could find them. We have 11 form entry so 3 forms have South Africa (Y7,8,9) and there are 10 other countries. Could be useful for the World Cup.
rhawkes
Waitangi Day - Flag CraftQuick View

Waitangi Day - Flag Craft

A simple craft activity for your students to make to celebrate Waitangi Day. 1. Colour the flag on the front and the writing on the back. 2. Cut around the outside border. 3. Fold in half. Place a wooden skewer (or similar object such as a drinking straw) at the half-way point. 4. Glue the inside so the two halves stick together. Templates for these 4 Flags: * Flag of the United Tribes of NZ – the first national flag, adopted in 1834. * Union Jack – NZ’s flag after the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. * New Zealand Flag – formally adopted in 1902. * Tino Rangatiratanga (National Māori Flag) – launched shortly before Waitangi Day in 1990. Refer to the images above to see 3 of these flags. 2 templates per A4 page. Sharp colouring pencils or fine-tip markers are best to use in this activity (especially for the NZ flag as the areas to colour are quite small). Approximate size: 13.5cm x 7cm when finished. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Flags of the World TrigonometryQuick View

Flags of the World Trigonometry

You will also need to make a booklet with the flags in. Students need to measure two sides and the included angle and use the formula for area of a triangle using sine to find the area covered by each color on each flag.Also added older format as requested.
clongmoor
Flying the FlagQuick View

Flying the Flag

A timed activity on three levels – Drag the flag to the correct country. As you scroll over a country it’s name appears. On the simplest level, arrange the flags of the familiar European countries. On the hardest level arrange the flags for the whole of Europe.
NGfLCymru
World Flags and informationQuick View

World Flags and information

A slideshow featuring 30 countries. Each slide has the flag, a map to show their location and some information including location, status, capital, cities, population, currency, area, languages and religions. May save you some time!
slgrainger
The Union Flag!Quick View

The Union Flag!

Waving the flag! Using the Olympic timeline the children identify the last four countries and cities to host the Summer Olympic Games. The flag for Great Britain is pulled apart to see which countries make up the Union Jack.
HamiltonTrust
Dinosaur Flags DisplayQuick View

Dinosaur Flags Display

Dinosaur Flags Display: A series of brightly coloured bunting including lettering to spell out ‘DINOSAURS’. Includes plain dinosaur themed flags for a longer string of bunting. Makes a great addition to any dinosaur display or role play area. For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk
helenrachelcrossley
Country Factfile FlagsQuick View

Country Factfile Flags

Pupils research a country for basic information. 2 per page. Draw flag on the back. I used these for First Level (P2/3) with an atlas and online websites. Suggestions for use: Print on card so the research can be recorded one side and pupils can draw the flag of the country on the other. Then attach paper straws to one side to make a 'flag' for a great display!
snowglobe_eml1409
Flag of Germany Themed PackQuick View

Flag of Germany Themed Pack

This big savings bundle includes three more themed packs' (Easter, UK, Italy and France). Plus Y6 maths and more themed fun activities to do in class. Grab the opportunity by downloading them all for £5.
jinkydabon
GEOGRAPHY AFRICA COUNTRIES CAPITALS FLAGSQuick View

GEOGRAPHY AFRICA COUNTRIES CAPITALS FLAGS

CREATE AN INSTANT AND COMPREHENSIVE INTRODUCTION TO AFRICA IN YOUR CLASSROOM WITH 54 POSTERS SHOWING COUNTRY, CAPITAL CITY AND FLAG - PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING LOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE AS WELL AS AWARENESS OF WORLD COUNTRIES AND CONTINENTS! Create an instant introduction to AFRICA and brighten up your learning environment with this set of 54 posters showing AFRICAN countries, capital cities and flags They also give your classroom a great multicultural look and feel. They are a really useful visual prompt when you are discussing world geography in general, and AFRICA in particular. There may be a number of countries and capital cities that students do not know, or are not aware of, so the posters help students develop their general awareness, knowledge and understanding of AFRICA and its geography. The posters can be displayed horizontally across a particular learning area - alphabetically works well, though non-alphabetically is perfect for a country quest activity! Laminate for longevity - you'll be able to display your AFRICA posters for years to come! Have a look at my other sets of world country continents display posters when you get chance. There are also quizzes and game cards for each continent to really hone students' knowledge of the world! The resource is a non-editable file. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - the posters are copyright, and for single-teacher/purchaser use only. THANK YOU AND ENJOY YOUR JOURNEY!
LivelyLearning
GEOGRAPHY AFRICA COUNTRIES, CAPITALS, FLAGSQuick View

GEOGRAPHY AFRICA COUNTRIES, CAPITALS, FLAGS

CREATE AN INSTANT AND COMPREHENSIVE INTRODUCTION TO AFRICA IN YOUR CLASSROOM - PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING LOCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE AS WELL AS AWARENESS OF WORLD COUNTRIES AND CONTINENTS! Create an instant introduction to AFRICA and brighten up your learning environment with this set of 54 posters showing AFRICAN countries, capital cities and flags They also give your classroom a great multicultural look and feel. They are a really useful visual prompt when you are discussing world geography in general, and AFRICA in particular. There may be a number of countries and capital cities that students do not know, or are not aware of, so the posters help students develop their general awareness, knowledge and understanding of AFRICA and its geography. The posters can be displayed horizontally across a particular learning area - alphabetically works well, though non-alphabetically is perfect for a country quest activity! Laminate for longevity - you'll be able to display your AFRICA posters for years to come! Have a look at my other sets of world country continents display posters / flashcards when you get chance. There are also quizzes and game cards for each continent to really hone students' knowledge of the world! The resource is a non-editable file. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - the posters are copyright, and for single-teacher/purchaser use only. THANK YOU AND ENJOY YOUR JOURNEY!
LivelyLearningClassroom
United States Flag: Literacy and Activity eWorkbookQuick View

United States Flag: Literacy and Activity eWorkbook

The unit on the United States flag explains its history and what the stars and stripes represent. It shows some of the first U.S. flags. It explains what the colors stand for. Also explained area; are how to fold the flag, how to display the flag, and how to dispose of it. Activity worksheets include; word find, word unscramble, criss cross, spelling
SchoolExpress
United States Flag - Literacy and Information eWorkbookQuick View

United States Flag - Literacy and Information eWorkbook

The unit on the United States flag explains its history and what the stars and stripes represent. It shows some of the first U.S. flags. It explains what the colors stand for. Also explained area; are how to fold the flag, how to display the flag, and how to dispose of it. Activity worksheets include; word find, word unscramble, criss cross, spelling
SchoolExpress
Our American Flag: A Webquest/Extension ActivitiesQuick View

Our American Flag: A Webquest/Extension Activities

Use Our American Flag webquest of 12 informative questions to learn about Flag Day,Fourth of July and flag history. In addition to the webquest there are 7 extension activities.I always try to include a multi-curricular idea such as writing in the content area with my activities. There are also 16 fun facts about the American flag, flags of the world and the Fourth of July. After students in small groups complete the webquest activity, discuss the information learned as a class. Students can also create a short comprehension review of 5-7 questions to exchange with another group to answer. Grades 4 and up. Use on Flag Day or any day you have an opportunity to discuss the American Flag with your students!
gailhennessey