Making notes and learning to research are important skills to develop. These little booklets are a great way to encourage children to organise their thoughts. This one is for Lebanon. Folding instructions are here.
Learn a little about Lebanon and print out its interesting flag - in many different formats!
The historic city of Byblos, Lebanon
A Little Something About Lebanon..
- Lebanon, or the Lebanese Republic, is an Eastern Mediterranean country bordered by Syria to the north and east and Israel to the south. Being at the crossroads of the Mediterranean has shaped the country's culture and ethnic diversity.
- The name Lebanon comes from the Arab word for white, Lubnan. The country was so named because of its snow-topped mountains.
- There is evidence of civilisation in Lebanon going back more than 7,000 years! The Phoenicians flourished in the area for over a thousand years. Later the Roman Empire absorbed the region.
- From the 13th to early 20th Century, the area was part of the Ottoman Empire.
- After World War I, what we know as modern Lebanon was given to France and remained under French control until 1943 when it won independence. A period of stability and wealth followed and Beirut, the capital, became a popular tourist city. Between 1975 and 1990 the country was plunged into Civil War.
- Khalil Gibran is admired all over the world for his beautiful book, The Prophet, published in 1923 and translated into over 20 different languages.
- Lebanon has six ski resorts.
- The city of Byblos is the world's oldest, continually occupied city. The first alphabet was created there.
The Lebanese Flag
The Lebanese flag features a green cedar tree in the centre of the flag, on a white stripe which is bordered by two red stripes. The cedar is the national symbol of the country and mentioned many times in the bible. The white behind it is said to reference Lebanon's snow-capped mountains.
Our Lebanon Resources
Lebanon is one of the many countries for which you can print our bookmarks - a lovely thing to give out when you've been talking about the country. You can colour your own, or print the colour version!
Print this page and have fun colouring the flag of Lebanon. It features the famous Lebanese cedar tree.
The Lebanese cedar takes pride of place in the centre of the flag of Lebanon. We have three different sizes of flags in this printable, to suit all sorts of projects and crafts.
Have a go at locating Lebanon on this simplified outline map of Asia. Choose from two levels of difficulty.
Why use a plain piece of paper when you can put your research down on this Lebanon themed notebooking page? The flag features in the top corner but there's plenty of room for writing and even space for a drawing! There's a lines only version too.