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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Sydney Opera House Coloring Page Sydney Opera House Coloring Page Have your junior jetsetter color in this picture of the Sydney Opera House.
Color Tower Bridge Color Tower Bridge Color this picture of Tower Bridge with purples and blues, the colors it is painted in real life.
Color the White House Color the White House Color in this picture of the White House, using whatever color you'd like.
National Symbols: The Declaration of Independence National Symbols: The Declaration of Independence Help your child learn more about her American heritage with these coloring pages that are chock-full of history featuring the Declaration of Independence.
Great Seal of the United States Great Seal of the United States Chances are, your 2nd grader has seen the Great Seal of the United States all over the place: on money, or on TV when the President is speaking.
National Symbols: The Statue of Liberty National Symbols: The Statue of Liberty Read the text to this page aloud to your child as she colors, and talk about your family's heritage.
Who is Uncle Sam? Who is Uncle Sam? Read the text along with your child as she colors so she can learn more about Uncle Sam, an American icon.
Pennsylvania Liberty Bell Pennsylvania Liberty Bell 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!
Chinese Flag Coloring Page Chinese Flag Coloring Page Would your child recognize China's flag if she saw it?
White House Coloring Page White House Coloring Page Introduce your child to the President's house!
Color by Number: The Presidential Seal Color by Number: The Presidential Seal This color-by-number printable gives your child a chance to play with color and learn the emblem of the President of the United States!
Old Line State Old Line State Learn about this East Coast state aka the Old Line State, one of the original 13 colonies, as you color.
Name the Mystery State: Beehive State Name the Mystery State: Beehive State The name of my state comes from the Native American "Ute" tribe, and I was the 45th state to enter the United States.
Hoosier State Hoosier State I'm known as the Hoosier State and I host a famous car race every year on Memorial Day weekend.
Wolverine State Wolverine State I'm known as the Wolverine State. My state bird is the American robin.
Gem State Gem State I'm known as the Gem State and the 13th largest 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.