Mountain State As your child colors the Mountain State's symbols, such as the rhododendron, the cardinal and the monarch butterfly, can he figure out which state he's coloring?
Granite State I'm known as the Granite State, was one of the original 13 colonies, and was named after an area of England.
Garden State Bruce Springsteen, a famous musician, has written many songs about me, the Garden State.
Constitution State I am known as the Constitution State, home to Yale University, one of the most famous colleges in the world.
Buckeye State Which state am I? Learn about this important Midwest state known as the Buckeye State as you color it in.
First State I was the first state to ratify the Constitution, making me the very first state.
Old Line State Learn about this East Coast state aka the Old Line State, one of the original 13 colonies, as you color.
Hoosier State I'm known as the Hoosier State and I host a famous car race every year on Memorial Day weekend.
Pine Tree State I'm known as the Pine Tree State. I have the only national park in New England.
Pelican State You may not know my capital city, Baton Rouge, but chances are you've heard of my largest city: New Orleans.
Centennial State Little animal lovers are sure to enjoy this critter-packed coloring page, and they'll get a social studies lesson while guessing the name of the Centennial State.
Aloha State A worksheet about Hawaii, the Aloha State, for 1st and 2nd graders, featuring state symbols, history, and facts.
The Heart of Dixie State Kids get a social studies lesson as they color in Alabama's national symbols, including a Monarch butterfly, black bear, wild turkey, and more.
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