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National Symbols Worksheets and Printables

It's your little learner patriotic? He'll love coloring flags, seals, and national icons who have altered the course of history. Integrating national symbols into history lessons helps bring the subject to life by getting kids to put faces to names of important people throughout history. National symbols are a point of pride no matter what country you hail from. Teach your child to respect the flag and appreciate important landmarks and monuments that have been preserved for posterity. Take a look at out collection of national symbols worksheets and find a few to keep your kid busy when the next national holiday occurs or whenever he's feeling proud of his country.

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This Notre Dame coloring page allows budding artists to add color to the famous European landmark!
National Symbols
First Grade
This Parthenon coloring page is sure to please future globetrotters and world travelers.
National Symbols
First Grade
A coloring sheet of Maryland for 1st and 2nd graders, featuring state facts and symbols.
National Symbols
First Grade
A coloring page on the Space Needle, for 1st-graders studying world landmarks and geography.
National Symbols
First Grade
A coloring page of the Great Sphinx, made for 1st graders studying geography and world landmarks.
National Symbols
First Grade
A coloring page about Stonehenge, for 1st-graders studying world geography and landmarks.
National Symbols
First Grade
A coloring sheet of the Sydney Opera House, designed for 1st-graders studying world geography and famous landmarks.
National Symbols
First Grade
A coloring page of Tower Bridge, a famous London landmark. Made for elementary school students studying geography.
National Symbols
First Grade
A coloring page of the White House, made for 1st graders learning their world geography or U.S. landmarks.
National Symbols
First Grade
Chances are, your 2nd grader has seen the Great Seal of the United States all over the place. Help her learn more about it with this worksheet!
National Symbols
Second Grade
Read the text to this page aloud to your child as she colors, and talk about your family's heritage. Did her ancestors sail past The Statue of Liberty?
National Symbols
Second Grade
Read the text along with your child as she colors so she can learn more about Uncle Sam, an American icon.
National Symbols
Second Grade
The Pennsylvania Liberty Bell has been through a lot, but it was never owned by a famous fast-food chain...that's an urban legend!
National Symbols
First Grade
Would your child recognize China's flag if she saw it? She sure will after she completes this fun coloring page!
National Symbols
Preschool

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