Second Grade National Symbols Worksheets and Printables

Second grade national symbols worksheets help kids learn with visual representations of states or nations. Help your visual learner explore California's varied climates with desert turtles, thriving produce, and colorful flowers. Or, learn about the United States with roses, chirping thrushes, and national monuments. These second grade national symbols worksheets can help visual learners remember facts about different locations effectively. Try these second grade national symbols worksheets with your child.
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In the spirit of the classic game show Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, kids can solve individual state mysteries by piecing together the clues in the illustrations and description for each worksheet. Nice work, detectives!
Name the Mystery State In the spirit of the classic game show Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, kids can solve individual state mysteries by piecing together the clues in the illustrations and description for each worksheet.
From California to the New York Islands, the Redwood forests to the Gulf Stream waters, help your child get to know his homeland with these varied coloring and activity sheets on American symbols and imagery.
Learning About America From California to the New York Islands, the Redwood forests to the Gulf Stream waters, help your child get to know his homeland with these varied coloring and activity sheets on American symbols and imagery.
Washington, D.C. Symbols Washington, D.C. Symbols Learn the history of several symbols of our nation's capital and color in the illustrations.
Lone Star State Lone Star State Kids get a brief introduction to the state of Texas aka the Lone Star State on this fun coloring page.
Grand Canyon State Grand Canyon State Here's a fun way to sneak in some geography learning during coloring time.
Beaver State Beaver State Not just another coloring page, this printable boosts your child's U.S.
Golden State Golden State Can your child guess the name of this mystery state?
Sooner State Sooner State Here's a fun way to sneak some geography learning into coloring time.
Sunflower State Sunflower State Challenge your child to a geography puzzle with this fun mystery state coloring page.
Centennial State Centennial State Little animal lovers are sure to enjoy this critter-packed coloring page, and they'll get a social studies lesson while guessing the name of the Centennial State.
Silver State Silver State Combine coloring time with social studies learning as your child tries to guess the state he's coloring.
Gem State Gem State I'm known as the Gem State and the 13th largest state.
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.
Big Sky Country State Big Sky Country State Turn your coloring time into a fun geography lesson with this mystery state coloring page!
Mount Rushmore State Mount Rushmore State Get your child excited about his next geography lesson by adding in this fun coloring sheet.
Mountain State Mountain State As your child colors the Mountain State's symbols, such as the rhododendron, the cardinal and the monarch butterfly, can he figure out which state he's coloring?
Second grade national symbols worksheets help kids learn with visual representations of states or nations. Help your visual learner explore California's varied climates with desert turtles, thriving produce, and colorful flowers. Or, learn about the United States with roses, chirping thrushes, and national monuments. These second grade national symbols worksheets can help visual learners remember facts about different locations effectively. Try these second grade national symbols worksheets with your child.