This is a free printable map of the European countries and their flags.
We are talking about the countries of Europe at the moment and I thought the flags would be a fun way for the kids to review what they’ve learned so far. I’ve included a couple of different blank maps of Europe.
You can print the maps in either portrait or landscape. Both are available in this pdf. This is free to download! Hope someone can use it! 🙂 ~Liesl
We used thick card board (on the bottom) with layers of foam. We laminated the map of Europe and used contact paper and clear packing tape to bind it all together. (Here’s more detail at this post: How to Make a Pin Map of Europe)
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