We love fortune tellers or Cootie Catchers – they are such a fun “childhood” classic Origami for Kids project! Of course, there is nothing better than designing your own cootie catcher and writing your own questions!
Today we have an American Flag Cootie Catcher Printable – there are two versions – one for you to print and write your own questions and one with a ready made American Falg Trivia Quiz.
We have added a list of American Flag Trivia Questions below – that you can print and the kids can use to pick their own questions. Part of our American Flag Craft for Kids series.
American Flag Cootie Catcher Quiz – Materials
- Download your free printables (click the red button below)
- Scissors (to cut out your basic shape)
- Pens if you wish to add your own questions
These Flag Cootie Catchers are available on my Teacher’s Pay Teacher’s store for $3. Not only do you get the 2 cootie catchers mentioned, but also a lesson plan overview (with room for notes), as well as an easy to print worksheet. This will make the implementation of this activity in the classroom super easy. As well as assiting in developing children’s reading and writing skills, as they follow instruction independently!
How to make a Cootie Catcher – American Flag
Do watch our how to make a cootie catcher video or follow the step by step instructions LINKED below!
If you like you can also read our how to make a cootie catcher step by step instructions here, but the printable above includes a Cootie Catcher Worksheet!
Want more Paper Fortune Teller Ideas? Looking for Cootie Catcher Templates?
We have more great Cootie Catchers here on Red Ted Art (some with template):
- Christmas Cootie Catchers (Rudolph, Santa, Elf and Gift)
- Melon Cootie Catchers (via YouTube)
- Printable Flower Fortune Tellers (perfect for Mother’s Day or a BFF!)
- How to make a Pig Cootie Catcher Puppet (no template, quick and easy to make)!
Hope you will have lots of fun with your Fortune Tellers!! And now to your next question:
How to make an Origami Bookmark for Flag Day?
Some trivia about the American Flag
How many stars are included on the blue field in the left-hand corner of the flag?
50, one for each state in the Union
When was the last time the U.S. flag was updated?
How many times has the American flag been changed?
What was the name of the first American flag?
The Grand Union Flag
Who sewed the first American Flag?
The American Flag must never touch….?
.. the Ground
When the flag is in such condition that it is no longer fit to display, what is the preferable way to dispose of it?
What is the color red meant to represent on the flag?
Hardiness & Valor
What is the colour of the FIRST Stripe?
How many stripes are there?
How many red stripes are there?
How many white stripes are there?
What do the stripes on the American Flag represent?
During the day
More amazing Flag Day Crafts here: