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The national flag of Kenya

Kenyan flag images

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Colour in Kenyan flag

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To download these colour in flags, click on the image and it will take you to the pdf versions of these flags for you to print off and colour in. 

Kenyan flag worksheet

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Kenya flag bunting - Printable

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Free to print off and use in schools and at home

The flag of Kenya came into being in Decemer 1963. The black band represents the people of Kenya, the red band represents the blood shed during the battle for Kenya's independence and the green is symbolic of the fertile land of Kenya. The white bands in between these larger colours represent peace and honesty and the traditional shield and two spears are defending all the items represented. 

THE KENYAN FLAG

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