Learn all the flags of Europe - European flags made easy
Be sure to have learned all the European flags from the previous parts. This is stage 6 which is the final round in our European flag series.
Complete all the previous flag learning parts for Europe:
Well done for making it to the sixth and final round for learning the flags of Europe.
Soon you'll know all 47 of them and be ready to proceed on to the next continent.
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This is EUROPE - The final part of six rounds.
You will quickly learn 7 flags from the continent of Europe in part six:
Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Now, let's get to it!
Flags of Europe
Part six of six rounds
Memorise the 7 flags that you have just seen.
We gave you some useful tips on how to remember flags - here's a summary:
Remember their colours.
Remember which way their stripes go.
Remember if there are any emblems on them.
Close your eyes and repeat to yourself what the flag looks like.
Try to associate something on the flag with a visual, no matter how absurd it may be - The sillier it is, the easier it will be to remember it!
What can you think of to differentiate the flags from Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia?
For example, the eagle on the Serbian flag is a royal one, hence the crown. The eagle is a little confused and thinks he's a bee! - so he likes to be addressed as 'Sir Bee' (SERbia).
Slovakia - The white cross is an abstract letter 'K' and also part of a Key from the word 'SlovaKEYa'.
Slovenia - Think of walking SLOwly across the white mountains that are on the emblem of this flag. Also think of the 'V' shapes on the mountains - SLOW-V-enia.
Thsese are just some ideas on how to remember the flags. You probably will come up with your own great ideas!
Once you think you have memorised the European flags above, commence to the flags below and say their names out loud.
Practice is the only way to get better at something. If you want to put in the extra practice, grab yourself this exciting slide and reveal country flag, travel game...
GUESS THE EUROPEAN FLAG
We have jumbled the order so that you really have to put your memory into top gear!
Now come on, you've got this! Name the following flags...
How well did you do?
Now you are ready to try the video quiz and practice the flags you just learned - you will have a 5-second timer between each flag - are you ready!...
Guess the Flag in Europe - Game 6.
Congratulations, you have now learned 47 European flags.
Proceed onto the next continent!
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