National Symbols Worksheets and Printables

National symbols help bring history to life by helping kids identify landmarks and put faces to names of key people throughout history. National symbols are a point of pride no matter what country you hail from. Teach your child about the American flag and the significance of monuments that have been preserved for posterity.
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Bluegrass State Bluegrass State This fun worksheet is more than just your typical coloring page.
Volunteer State Volunteer State Animal-lovers will have a great time coloring in this mystery state coloring page, and they'll get in some social studies learning at the same time.
Canadian Flag Coloring Page Canadian Flag Coloring Page Give your preschooler a social studies lesson with this fun Canadian flag coloring page.
Golden State Golden State Can your child guess the name of this mystery state?
Color the Flag: Jamaica Color the Flag: Jamaica Travel the word with this coloring sheet featuring Jamaica's unique flag.
Japanese Flag Coloring Page Japanese Flag Coloring Page Japan's flag is easy to color, you only need one crayon to do it!
U.S. Flag Coloring Page U.S. Flag Coloring Page This simple color-by-number page teaches kids to recognize the United States flag.
Canadian National Animal Canadian National Animal Teach your child a little about our neighbors up north with this social studies coloring sheet featuring the beaver, the national animal of Canada.
USA National Animal USA National Animal Does your child know the national animal of the USA?
India National Animal India National Animal Bring social studies learning into coloring time with this national animal coloring sheet featuring the tiger, the national animal of India.
Empire State Empire State I'm known as the Empire State. My state insect is the ladybug, my capital is Albany, and finance is my major industry.
Keystone State Keystone State This Keystone State coloring page is full of fun things to color, from a ladybug to an Eastern hemlock, and each picture represents one of Pennsylvania's state symbols.
Mountain State 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?
Old Dominion State Old Dominion State This state is known as the Old Dominion State.
Color a U.S. President: James Madison Color a U.S. President: James Madison Who served as the fourth President of the United States?
Peace Garden State Peace Garden State From the Nokota Horse to the Wild Prarie Rose, there's a lot of beautiful things native to the Peace Garden State.
National symbols help bring history to life by helping kids identify landmarks and put faces to names of key people throughout history. National symbols are a point of pride no matter what country you hail from. Teach your child about the American flag and the significance of monuments that have been preserved for posterity.