Hello! With the Fourth of July approaching we are seeing a lot of RED, WHITE & BLUE! Why these colors? This got me thinking about the Red, White and Blue USA colors meaning.What do the colors stand for? Why are they related to the USA?
Red, White & Blue USA Colors Meaning
Here’s what I came up with…
I researched these colors because I wanted to have a better understanding of why these colors represent the good ol’ USA.
You can find out more for yourself about our patriotic colors and the American Flag here: “What do the colors of the flag mean?”
Red, White & Blue USA colors meaning
Red is a symbol of valor and bravery
White symbolizes purity and innocence
Blue signifies vigilance, perseverance, and justice
So now when I see the American Flag I can have a better understanding of what these colors represent.
Other words that have meaning similar to these are:
Courage, Heroism, Pureness, Virtue, Observance, Awareness, Determination, Diligence, Fairness, Honesty, Righteousness, Integrity.
Part of being a good citizen is following these good traits. 🙂🙂
Here is the furst printable I am sharing with you today!
This printable is a great reminder of the values that are associated with America and it can be posted somewhere to celebrate this meaning. You can download the print below.
Here is the 8.5 x 11 coloring page for the kiddos!
This free printable is a fun activity page for the kids. It poses questions and activities in a fun coloring page format. Download file below.
I hope you enjoy these and have a great Celebration of the USA!
Jill parker says
Hmmmm I kinda wondered what the colors stood for too. Now I know. Thanks!
Thats why I did this. I can’t believe I never researched this before! Thanks Jill 🙂
Can you please comment or email me this file. It will not download. Thank you so much for this worksheet!
Susan W. says
Are you able to share the pic of the flag and it’s colors with me. I am a grade 4 teacher and would love to use it along with my 20th year anniversary lessons of 9/11.
Hello, how do I download this please?