The following are not laws;
they are examples of courteous flag etiquette.
Fly a U.S. flag above all other flags on a
An upside-down flag is a sign of distress.
A flag at half-mast is a sign of mourning.
When raising or lowering a flag half-mast,
first raise the flag to
the top of the flagpole.
It is unacceptable to lower a flag over a
casket into a grave.
It is acceptable to display a flag at night
if it is properly illuminated.
The blue portion of the flag will be visible
on a properly folded flag.
Give a flag that's beyond repair to your
local American Legion Post
- they will dispose of it properly.
of the Flag and Flag Day
Themes - Flag Day
Flag Lesson (PBS)
Day (lessons) June 14
Ross Five Pointed Star in one snip (paper art)
Ross - The Woman, The House, The Flag (background)
Edition (ESL Spanish)
Day Quest (short webquest)
Presentations in PowerPoint format for Flag Day
Flag, Flag Day, Betsy Ross - Games & Activities
Flag, Flag Day, Betsy Ross - Free Presentations in PowerPoint