PRINTABLE COLORING PAGES
Shown below are printable coloring pages of all 50 U.S. state flags. A flag can be defined as a piece of fabric, usually rectangular, designed, colored and displayed to send a signal, or to signify a unified group.
To print these state flag coloring pages, just right click on any image, select SAVE from the drop-down menu and send it to your picture file for future use. From there you can reduce or enlarge the image as needed, and print as many as you need for your own personal use.
Color your flags any way you want. There's nothing wrong with a little creativity. For correct state flag color schemes, click the SYMBOLS button on the left hand side of this page to see a full color image of each state flag.
Artists and Educators: The coloring of state flags can be used for any number of creative projects. Have a flag coloring contest in the classroom, offering awards for accuracy and originality. Or create a state-flag tile mosaic on the wall. Or a collage of state flags. Or invent your own state flag for your own imaginary state. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.
RULES REGARDING THE AMERICAN FLAG:
A U.S. flag on display should always be well lit. Sunlight or any other light source is acceptable.
No other symbol or insignia should adorn the U.S. flag.
The U.S. flag should only be flown in fair weather.
Using the flag as a decoration is frowned upon.
When the flag is taken down from the pole, no part of the flag should touch the ground.
Only State Governors and the President of the United States order the U.S. flags on government buildings to be set at half mast.
The ONLY time you burn an American flag is when it can’t be fixed or if it dirty beyond cleaning. The flag is then burned in a dignified manner involving a ceremony.
The Flag Code allows any deceased individual to be allowed to have a U.S. flag draped on the coffin.
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