This acrostic poem printable was inspired by the 2014 World Cup, hosted by Brazil, but it is still fun to use now, with the colours of the Brazilian flag forming the design.
Brazil Flag Printables
Here you can find a collection of printables for the unusual flag of Brazil.
About the Brazilian Flag
The National flag of Brazil was adopted in November 1889. On the flag you can see a blue circle containing 27 stars, each representing a separate state, on top of a yellow rhombus, lying in the centre of a green base. Amazingly, the stars on the flag represent the night sky at the time the flag was designed and adopted! The green and yellow colours represent the reigning House of Braganza and the house of the first Emperor, Habsburg.
The motto portrayed on the flag, "Ordem e Pregresso" means "Order and Progress".
Use these Brazil bookmarks as little prizes in class or give out at the end of a successful studying session! Or use them to mark places in your atlas. There are various versions available to print, in colour or black and white, and with or without words.
Our flag printables are great for making bunting, flags to wave during the World Cup or to use in your school work. Here's the flag of Brazil!
We have two Brazil frames to choose from - one blank and one lined - both decorated in Brazil's colours and featuring the Brazilian flag in the corner. Useful for notice boards, writing projects, drawing pictures of your favourite footie players...