Facts about New Zealand – Flag Craft

Facts about New Zealand – Flag Craft
Facts about New Zealand – Flag Craft
Facts about New Zealand – Flag Craft
Facts about New Zealand – Flag Craft
Facts about New Zealand – Flag Craft
Facts about New Zealand – Flag Craft
Facts about New Zealand – Flag Craft
Facts about New Zealand – Flag Craft
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A great way to learn about New Zealand / Aotearoa.

2 Different Options:
♦ Flags with facts.
♦ Flags with a blank side (write your own fact, draw a picture, etc).

There are 30 different facts to (hopefully!) enable each of your students to have a different fact.

Two flags per A4 size paper.
Finished flag size is approximately 13.5cm x 7cm.
Use a wooden skewer (or something like a drinking straw) to make the flagpole.

Examples of the Facts:
♦ The Māori name for New Zealand is Aotearoa. This word means “Land of the Long White Cloud."
♦ New Zealand has many volcanoes. This is because it is located on the edge of the Pacific Ring of Fire.
♦ Sir Edmund Hillary, the first person to climb Mount Everest in 1953, was a New Zealander.
♦ The biggest city in New Zealand is Auckland. The capital city is Wellington.
♦ New Zealand is home to the heaviest insect in the world, the Giant Weta.


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