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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Mount Rushmore State Mount Rushmore State Get your child excited about his next geography lesson by adding in this fun coloring sheet.
Make a Color-by-Letter Flag: Vietnam Make a Color-by-Letter Flag: Vietnam This pretty worksheet includes a delightful color-by-letter exercise, so it will increase your child's recognition of the Vietnamese Flag as it boosts her alphabet skills.
Equality State Equality State Challenge your child to a geography puzzle with this fun coloring page.
Constitution 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 Buckeye State Which state am I? Learn about this important Midwest state known as the Buckeye State as you color it in.
Big Sky Country State Big Sky Country State Turn your coloring time into a fun geography lesson with this mystery state coloring page!
Make a Color-by-Letter Flag: Korea Make a Color-by-Letter Flag: Korea Want to boost a number of your kid's skills?
Color James Monroe Color James Monroe This patriotic coloring page features James Monroe, 5th President of the United States.
Garden State Garden State Bruce Springsteen, a famous musician, has written many songs about me, the Garden State.
Bay State Bay State Dr. Seuss was born in Springfield, a town near the southern border of the Bay State.
Ocean State Ocean State I'm known as the Ocean State. One of my local dishes is a salad made of snails.
Granite State Granite State I'm known as the Granite State, was one of the original 13 colonies, and was named after an area of England.
Green Mountain State Green Mountain State I'm known as the Green Mountain State and I'm famous for my cheese and maple syrup.
Pine Tree State Pine Tree State I'm known as the Pine Tree State. I have the only national park in New England.
The Last Frontier State The Last Frontier State I'm known as the Last Frontier State, the biggest state in the country.
Capital of the United States Capital of the United States I'm a special area of the United States where members of the government go to work.
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.