American Flag

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Waving Flags

December 6, 2010 -- From Jon, a reader, from Warminster, PA, who is affiliated with the site.

Waving Flag Images has the most complete collection of animated flags of all the countries of the world, military waving flags, state flags, historical waving flags, and of course waving American flag animations that can be used for free.

Foreign Language Learning For Kids

June 10, 2010 -- From Tina, a teacher from the United States, who is affiliated with the site. is designed to give children the opportunity to explore foreign languages, countries, and cultures. It features English, Spanish, French, German and Italian. Children using learn for free and enjoy the process.

Revolutionary War and Beyond

February 27, 2010 -- From Todd, a reader, from Des Moines, Iowa, who is affiliated with the site.

A great site to learn about the Revolutionary War, Declaration of Independence, US Constitution and Bill of Rights. It has information about American’s Founding Fathers, Revolutionary War Quotes and Revolutionary War Facts.

Status of the US Flag

February 8, 2010 -- From Trey, a reader from Bowling Green, KY, who is affiliated with the site.

I have created a valuable resource that shows you when to fly your flag at half staff or not.

Free American Flag Decals

January 25, 2009 -- From Mike, a reader, from Binghamton, NY, who is affiliated with the site.

American flag stickers. Kids love stickers. USA Traffic Signs will send you 10 free American flag decals by sending in a SASE.

National Geographic Explorer: Flag of Freedom

February 11, 2004 -- From Sarah Clark, a reader from Washington, D.C. who is affiliated with the site

Kids get a chance to be Mayor of the Pentagon if they’re the winner of National Geographic Explorer magazine’s essay contest. The contest starts now and ends April 30th, 2004. The subject: What does the American flag mean to me?