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world flag cards for matching

I’ve been working on this printable for far.too.long, and FINALLY sat down this weekend, got productive and have it ready to share with you all! :) I put these together to help our kids identify the flags of the various countries we’ve been studying during our Galloping the Globe studies {with a few extra countries thrown in for good measure}.

There are 35 countries represented on the cards with two cards for each flag so it can be played as a ‘memory’ game. The set also contains 6 cards that represent 6 of the 7 continents {Antarctica is excluded} so the cards can also be sorted by the continent the country flag belongs to. Country name cards are also included for your child to match the names of the countries with the appropriate flag.

Since I don’t know every flag and what country it belongs to *ahem*, I included a key at the end of the document to help you all double check your answers. :)

Download the Country Flag Card printables HERE. Hope that a few of these resources help you all out ~ let me know if you all have any questions or have problems with the download.

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  • Thank you! What a great idea. I had to think hard on a few of them myself.

  • Cristina Rose

    This is fantastic thankyou! I have been doing lots of geography with my preschoolers and have done an around the world icluding international food festivals for each country visited. I thought it would be great to do a printable passport for each preschooler to stick the flags in , a laguage word/s learned and what food we ate with a little world map to mark how to get there, but my attempts at making it have been dismal. I would love to see what you can come up with on this theme, I have the ideas, but not the computer skills to make them.
    I love everything you make.

  • Cristina,

    I share some resources for a travel log/passport in this post: https://www.homeschoolcreations.net/2009/01/our-travel-log/


  • Claudia

    First of all I want to thank you for all the great resources you offer for free to all. It is a blessing for a lot of people, including me and my family. I am spanish speaking and wanted to let you know that one of the countries in South America is misspelled. It should say Uruguay instead of Uraguay. Thank you again

  • Thanks for letting me know, Claudia! I missed that and will fix it soon. :)

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  • Jocelyn Duffort

    I have to teach an ESL lesson this evening on countries and languages. I just want to say thank you for the wonderful resource. You saved my day!! Many thanks from Luxembourg :) – jduffort

  • You are most welcome – enjoy!

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