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FREE American Symbols Worksheets

April 30, 2020
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Help your kids learn about American symbols and landmarks with these fun hands-on activities and free printable worksheets for kids of all ages.

Worksheets for American symbols

Most Americans would say that they are proud to be Americans. Americans say they buy Americans, try to live the American dream, tear up the national anthem that is sung before the ball games, and take off their hats and put their hands over their hearts when they make the promise of allegiance. But how much do your children really know about the United States?

The Worksheet for American symbols pdf Contains ideas for learning about the 50 states, states and capitals, getting to know the locations of the states, finding important national parks (Yellowstone, Smokey Mountains, Acadia, Grand Canyon, Sequoia etc.) and cutting and pasting famous sights (Mount Rushmore, White ) House, Liberty Bell and more), famous bridges that go with sights such as the Statue of Liberty, learn about Bald Eagle, get to know Thomas Jefferson & George Washington, who is really Uncle Sam, all about the American flag, American Presidents and more !

American symbols free printables

These are freely printable Worksheet for American symbols are Make a great unit for preschoolers, kindergarten, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade and 6th grade. Whether you are a parent, teacher or homeschooler - you will appreciate it United States for children The topic includes both practical and printable activities free worksheets to help children get to know the famous landmarks of the United States.

Use this to study the United States as part of expanding your horizons, American history, special center, summer road trip learning, complementing patriotism, independent learning, or alongside an American holiday such as July 4th or the Presidents Day.

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American buildings with Lego

We built the Empire State Building (NY) with a super cool Lego kit. There are many other famous sights made of Lego bricks for children.

Famous American bridges

We looked at some famous bridges in America. Then we built the Golden Gate Bridge (CA) with a 3D puzzle.

Bald eagle

The White House

National parks of the USA

Mapping skills

We also worked on our mapping skills Worksheets for American symbols and playing some fun board games that helped my kids familiarize themselves with the states and cities on a map.

Independence Day worksheets

American flag

We looked at the American flag and how it has changed over the years. Goofy watched how there was a star for each state. We talked about how the stripes represented the 13 original colonies. Then we made an edible American flag.

Worksheet for American symbols and landmarks

Famous US landmarks printable worksheets

Included in these Worksheets for symbols of the United States There are several pages where you can learn more:

  • National Parks - Yellowstone, Smokey Mountains, Acadia, Grand Canyon, Sequoia, Olympia, Rocky Mountains, Zion Canyon, Yosemite, Cuyahoga Valley and more
  • Cut and paste famous landmarks - Mount Rushmore, White House, Liberty Bell, Declaration of Independence, George Washing, Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, Empire State Building, Martin Luther King Jr., Hoover Dam, Great Seal
  • Famous bridges - Golden Gate Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge, Mackinac Island Bridge, Paseo Bridge, Bartonsville Covered Bridge
  • Get to know the bald eagle,
  • Get to know Thomas Jefferson
  • Who is really Uncle Sam?
  • Everything about the American flag
  • American presidents

Statue of Liberty handicraft for children

We read a wonderful historical fiction book Saving the Liberty Bell by Megan McDonald and then made a Liberty Bell ourselves. We also read about the Statue of Liberty and made our own torch.

We started this study by reading some good books to learn more about our national symbols and landmarks. These are great resources to look at!

Coloring book of the United States for children

You may also want to read our state coloring pages or the state coloring book for kindergarten teachers in grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 to learn how to paint and read.

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President of the United States Book

With this coloring book for presidents, kids will have fun getting to know all of the American presidents.

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Visit our US States for Kids page for even more fun, clever, handy, and FREE resources, including state worksheets, state capital games, and more!

Worksheet for US symbols

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