Flag Day Worksheets & Coloring Pages

Kids may be out of school by the time that Flag Day rolls around – but these fun Flag Day printables are great for keeping kids on top of school skills during the summer. They can also do double duty as 4th of July printable activities, too!

9 Flag Day Worksheets & Coloring Pages

Even though Betsy Ross is said to have made the first American Flag, she didn’t – it was her grandson that erroneously believed this was true. Regardless, she is a wonderful symbol of early American patriotism and her house in Philadelphia is still a traditional place to celebrate Flag Day!

Flag Day Commemorated at the Betsy Ross House

Flag Day Commemorated at the Betsy Ross House

The American flag is expected to be treated in a very particular way, and when put together they are called The United States Flag Code.  Did you know about these rules for the flag:

  • The flag should not be displayed upside down unless to signal that someone is in extreme danger
  • The flag is also not to be worn, used as bedding, drapery, or a tablecloth
  • The flag is never supposed to touch the ground
  • When displayed with another flag on the same pole, the American flag should always be on top
  • In most cases, the flag is only displayed between sunrise and sunset
  • The flag is raised quickly to the top of the pole

These are only a few of the many regulations put down in the United States Flag Code.  Interestingly, even though they are considered Federal law, there isn’t any punishment for not following them.  Instead, they are considered to be means of showing respect for the American flag.

Related Pages: Memorial Day Worksheets, Summer Worksheets, and Flag Day Poems

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Is your child a future FBI or CIA agent?  In addition to Flag Day coloring pages, you’ll also find some fun activities such as learning about (and breaking) secret codes!

Flag Day Coloring Pages

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Founder and CEO of Woo! Jr. Kids Activities, Wendy loves creating crafts, activities and printables that help teachers educate and give parents creative ways to spend time with their children.

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