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Our places worksheets make it possible for your kid to go all kinds of places without ever leaving home! If your kid wants to imagine he's playing in the snow, he can head to Glacier National Park. Or, if he's feeling really ambitious...Antarctica! Bring the heat and have your kid color Chichen Itza or the Las Vegas welcome sign. Maybe you're planning a road trip? Check out our summer vacations series. Your kid can even "Color the World" with our series featuring famous locales from all over the globe. Browse our places printable and help your little one get to know faraway places.

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This desert landscape coloring page is full of cactus plants large and small, as well as imposing natural formations.
Places
Second Grade
Some flowers have better names than others. Can you think of a sweeter name than Cherokee Rose, the name of Georgia's state flower?
Places
First Grade
Hawaii's a tropical and lush state, so it makes sense that its state flower is a gorgeous hibiscus. What color will you make this hibiscus?
Places
First Grade
Let's learn the seven continents! Make it fun with a coloring page. Color the monkey, elephant and mountain.
Places
Kindergarten
Give your kindergartener an introduction to the seven continents with fun coloring pages! Here's Asia, the most populated continent in the world.
Places
Kindergarten
Dig into this tasty ice cream coloring page, which features a decadent ice cream sundae waiting to be eaten!
Places
First Grade
Teach your child the basics of world geography by showing him the seven continents. Color in the animals of Europe on this page, and add your own if you want.
Places
Kindergarten
Say hello to the American Dogwood, the official state flower of Virginia.
Places
First Grade
If your first grader could pick a flower to represent him, what would he choose? New Jersey picked the violet.
Places
First Grade
Wouldn't you want to sniff this beautiful flower? The mountain laurel is the state flower of Connecticut. Can you child guess why the state choose this flower?
Places
First Grade
Sometimes it's hard to find a connection between a state and its flower. Oklahoma is not one of those states. Have your child color in this Oklahoma rose.
Places
First Grade
Better find your red crayon! Ohio's official state flower is the red carnation, but on this page it's hard to tell. Can you help this black and white flower?
Places
First Grade

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