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Symbols, Icons, and Monuments of the USA
Monuments, Memorials, Government Building, and Statues:
The AlamoRead about the Alamo and its history. Read about the Alamo or print a coloring page on the Alamo.
|The Liberty Bell
Read about the history of the Liberty Bell, how it cracked and was re-cast twice before cracking again at an historic funeral. Read about the bell or color a printout of the Liberty Bell.
|The Lincoln Memorial
The Lincoln Memorial commemorates the life of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States. It is located in Potomac Park, Washington, D.C.
|Mt. Rushmore National Memorial
Read about Mt. Rushmore, how it was built, what it represents, and the composition of the rocks. Read about this huge statue or go to a printout on Mt. Rushmore.
|Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty is located on Liberty Island in New York Harbor; it was a gift from the government of France. Read about the statue or go to a printout on this huge monument to our Independence.
|St. Louis Gateway Arch
Read about Missouri's St. Louis Gateway Arch, who designed it, what it symbolizes, etc. Read about the arch or color a printout of the St. Louis Arch.
|The Washington Monument
Read about the Washington Monument or color a printout on it.
|The White House
Read about the White House, who was the first President to live in it, when it burned down, and other historical events. Or color a printout on the White House. Or go to a quiz printout on the White House.
Flags and Seals:
|US Flag Printout
Color the US flag.
|US and State Flag Printouts
Color the flags and learn about their history.
USA Flag: Color and Count
Color the flag of the United States of America according to the directions, then count the stars, stripes, number of points on each star, and other components of the flag.
The US Flag
A short, printable book on the history of the US flag.
|The Great Seal of the USA
This seal represents the USA; it was approved by Congress on June 20, 1782.
The Seal of the President of the USAThe seal of the President of the United States of America is based upon the Great Seal of the USA. The Presidential seal pictures an American bald eagle holding a ribbon in its beak; the ribbon has the motto of the USA, "E PLURIBUS UNUM," meaning "Out of many, one." The eagle is clutching an olive branch (with 13 olives and 13 leaves) in one foot (symbolizing peace) and 13 arrows in the other (the 13 stands for the original 13 colonies and the arrows symbolize the acceptance of the need to go to war to protect the country). Read about the US President's seal and color it.
|US Flag and Eagles Letterhead
Print out a US flag and eagles letterhead to make patriotic stationery.
|Dont Tread on Me: Flag
This early American flag that pictures a coiled rattlesnake. The rattlesnake was used in early American history as a symbol of resistance against British rule.
|Dont Tread on Me: Coloring/Quiz Printout
Read about this historic flag, color it, and answer questions about it. Answers
Make a 5-pointed star the same way Betsy Ross did.
The bald eagle is a large bird of prey and a symbol of the USA.
Bald Eagle Printout
Color a bald eagle and read about it.
The bald eagle is a large bird of prey. It is the symbol of the USA.
Coloring/information printout. Benjamin Franklin thought that the wild turkey should be the national bird of the USA.
Turkey (Simple Version)
Coloring printout. Turkeys are large birds that nest on the ground.
Turkey Label Me! Printout
Label the turkey diagram on this printout.
Turkey Color by Number Printout
Turkey connect-the-dots printout
Connect the numbers and letters to draw a turkey.
|US State Birds
The 50 official US state birds and the bald eagle, the national bird of the USA.
|US State Dinosaurs
Many US states have an official state dinosaur and some have a state fossil.
Symbols on US Money:
Penny Coloring Page Printout
Color the front and back of a penny in this printout.
Color US Coins
Color four US coins, front and back.
Nickel Coloring Page Printout
Color the front and back of a nickel in this printout.
Dime Coloring Page Printout
Color the front and back of a dime in this printout.
Quarter Coloring Page Printout
Color the front and back of a quarter in this printout.
US State Quarter Obverse Coloring Page Printout
Color the front of the new state quarter in this printout.
One Dollar Bill Coloring Page Printout
Color the front and back of a one dollar bill in this printout.
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