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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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Spark your kindergartener's interest in Asia with a fun, color-by-letter coloring page that's packed with learning.
National Symbols
Kindergarten
This worksheet introduces United States symbols for kids. Does your child know that every country has symbols that are special to its citizens?
National Symbols
First Grade
This printable introduces two famous U.S. symbols for kids: Mount Rushmore and Betsy Ross.
National Symbols
First Grade
The White House in Washington D.c. is one of many American symbols for kids to learn about. Check it out!
National Symbols
First Grade
Take a closer look at the American flag and eagle, important symbols of our country, with this fun printable.
National Symbols
First Grade
This coloring page features the 10th President of the United States: John Tyler.
National Symbols
Kindergarten
As your kindergartener colors this representation of third U.S. President Thomas Jefferson, he'll strengthen his creativity and fine motor skills.
National Symbols
Kindergarten
Introduce your first grader to one of America's most significant historic symbols and four of its most famous presidents with this Mount Rushmore printable.
National Symbols
First Grade
As your child gives the Sunshine State and its state symbols some color, can he guess the mystery state?
National Symbols
First Grade
Your child can have some fun coloring these flags while thinking about some of the farthest away countries in the world.
National Symbols
Kindergarten
Let your child step into U.S. history in a fun way: by coloring this presidential mandala that features Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln!
National Symbols
First Grade

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