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This blank map of the United States is a great way to test your child's knowledge of state capitals, and offers a few extra "adventures" along the way.
Full of state fact trivia, this crossword puzzle is great for fifth graders looking to go beyond states and capitals.
Did you know Honolulu is actually a Hawaiian word meaning "shelter"? Teach your child about the history of Honolulu with this fun worksheet.
This geography worksheet features the state of Utah, home to the Great Salt Lake, the San Juan River, and more.
Happy 4th of July everyone! Celebrate this year's Independence Day with a fun word search for you and your child.
Liven up addition for your first grader; this brightly colored worksheet's full of fireworks and fun.
This 4th of July coloring page will help your little one celebrate Independence Day. Make sure he has his red, white, and blue crayons handy!
How many stars and stripes do you see? Get in the mood for 4th of July with this fun American Flag coloring sheet.
Although the White House is technically white, you can color it any way you like with this patriotic coloring sheet.
Who is Betsy Ross? Teach your child about the creator of the American flag, and have fun coloring with this historical worksheet!