On January 11, 1861, the Alabama Secession Convention passed a resolution designating an official flag. Designed by several women from Montgomery, final touches were made by Francis Corra of that city. One side of the flag displayed the Goddess of Liberty holding an unsheathed sword in her right hand; in her left she held a small blue flag with one gold star. Above the gold star appears the text “Alabama” in all capital letters. In an arch above this figure were the words “Independent Now and Forever”. The reverse side of the flag had a cotton plant with a coiled rattlesnake. The text “Noli Me Tangere”, (“Touch Me Not” in Latin), was placed below the cotton plant.
This flag was flown until February 10, 1861, when it was removed to the Governor’s Office after it was damaged by severe weather. It was never flown again.
Local Christian bookstores usually also have individual pages or reproducible coloring books from which you can make copies so that more than one child can color in the same story picture. This is particularly useful if you want to give your Sunday School students something to color while you are teaching the lesson.
And lastly, aside from all the great amount of happiness, education and satisfaction that these coloring pages will provide to your kids, you are sure to agree when I say that they will give you some amount of time to lay back and relax, instead of chasing your kid around the house for various reasons. They will also help maintain a great, friendly rapport between the two of you, and will be a fun activity altogether, whether on an individual basis, or a collective one.
Children are fascinated by colors. Since they are relatively new to this world, and are exceedingly curious and perceptive, they consider each new hue and shade to be exquisite and exceptional, unlike us, who have learned to take all the colors in the world for granted, and don't even look twice at any new shade as such, believing it to be just another part of the surrounding environment. Kids, however, witness and perceive everything, and are always eager to let their knowledge flow to others through various means, verbal and non-verbal. While the verbal means are also important, the non-verbal ones are much more fun-oriented. These include various kinds of coloring books and, talking about the new generation, free printable coloring pages from the internet.
Besides the general biblical theme coloring sheets the other types of coloring sheets that can also be considered biblical coloring pages are – Angel Color Pages, Christmas Color Pages, and New Testament Color Pages. How to Get the Coloring Pages? The coloring sheets related to Bible and others are easily available over the internet. They are available from different sources. As you enter the site you will find hundreds of such pages that are meant for printing. Just click on the image you wish to print. A new window opens you find the full view of the pages. Now go to the option Print in the File Menu and command 'Print'. The printer connected to your computer or laptop would print the page/s. Once you are done, close the window. It is that simple.