The flag of the United States is such a beauty. Wouldn't you agree? In this report, I will introduce the history of the United States Flag, the symbolism shown by the flag, and why there are many different versions of the Stars and Stripes leading up to our most current one. The flag of the United States has many different symbols that have a great impact and influence on the United States, but all the symbols eventually lead to patriotism because that is what the flag, as a whole, represents. So let me introduce to you the heart of our country, The Flag Of The United States.
And the blue is for vigilance, perseverance, and justice. When the United States of America Flag was adopted in 1777 the colors red, white and blue did not have a meaning for the stars and stripes. Not only this but also the colors in Great Seal did have specific meanings. “ Over the years the stars and stripes have been changed 27 times mostly by the addition of stars to represent new stars”. “ The two colors red and blue were clearly derived from British sources” many English flags had red and white stripes”.
The Commonwealth star is placed on the honourable spot which shows respect to our states and territories. The current flag only represents our country as a British colony. Which flag would you like to be our national flag? Do you think the present flag represents our multicultural
They never stop to think twice as to how color guard was made and the big meaning behind it all. That there is a rich history of how and why they came to be. Before getting to know the history of color guard, you have to know what color guard is and what the point of them being here are. They are just one part of many on a marching band. They bring light and a scenery to the band.
Significance of The Flag The colors of the flag all having different meanings and represent freedom, pride, and justice. Many people only pay attention to the colors of the flag but forget about the stars and stripes, they have significant meanings also. The stripes represent the 13 colonies in the United States and the stars represent the 50 states. When the Founding Fathers were trying to put together a seal for the United States
The stars above the eagle also represent the original 13 states and them forming a constellation means that the United States is taking its place among other countries. Fun fact about the bald eagle being the national bird, Benjamin Franklin did not want the bald eagle to be our national bird, he wanted it to be a turkey because he thought it represented the United States better than the bald
By now you are probably wondering , how did it all start ? Who invented it ? And how can I learn ? First I am going to tell you how it all started, the history of kitesurfing, how did it develop through the years and what tricks you can do by progressing. Second I will show you who invented the sport, who made the inflatable kite and what is the best company of kites.
I sometimes feel that I am only one person and what kind of a difference can I make in the world. Well that is my point exactly over the years by removing moments of solidarity or unity from our everyday lives, we have been rendered useless as individuals but united we stand. In Conclusion, I have talked about the history of the pledge of allegiance, I have given examples for the need of the return of the pledge of allegiance in schools, as well as expressed how it can benefit the children of today’s society. From time the pledge of allegiance was created it has been a controversial and at the same time a major inspiration to many of the citizens of America and other countries around the
Only three respondents were found to know the logo and the significance of the colours used in the logo. 3. 23 respondents were found to know correct logo but not the meaning of the colours 4. 20 respondents were found to know the colours used in the logo without knowing the sequence or the style of writing 5. 21 respondents got the colours wrong but the style of writing right.
Have you ever imagined what to make of your life? If not put the question in mind, because before you know it you won 't have the time. Now let me tell you a story on how I found what I wanted to be in life. So as a kid everyone “knew” what they wanted to be, like for example most guys would want to be a cop, fireman or a doctor ands for the girls they would want to be a princess or a nurse or a dentist and only a handful of those kid get to actually do that when they get older and then the other kid, who knows what they will do. Back to my story so I was about 16 years old when I decided to be a nurse.