U.S. Symbols and Monuments Worksheets
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Our free U.S. symbols and monuments worksheets help kids delve into the significance of American symbols like the great seal, Uncle Sam, and the bald eagle, and landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty, and Mount Rushmore while enhancing their knowledge of these national symbols and monuments with a plethora of exercises such as fill-in-the-blanks, matching, and many more
Our pdf American symbols and landmarks worksheets are ideal for kids in kindergarten through grade 5.
The word box contains the name of each symbol and monument. The task is for 2nd grade and 3rd grade kids to pick the correct options and write them under the pictures.
Aid in visual recognition and make children's study sessions more engaging and effective using our printable flashcards on American symbols and monuments.
Read this informational text on the Liberty Bell, a symbol of American freedom, and answer questions that test 4th grade and 5th grade kids' retention of specific details.
Assess knowledge with these MCQs from our printable U.S. symbols and monuments worksheets, while emphasizing the cultural and historical significance of these symbols.
The bald eagle, a majestic bird, is a symbol of freedom in the United States. After kids read this passage, test their comprehension with a bunch of questions.
Scan through this reading passage on the Great Seal of the United States, adopted in 1782, and answer a few questions that follow.
Foster a deeper appreciation of our nation's history, values, and identity by asking kids match American landmarks and monuments to appropriate descriptions.
This exercise on the Great Seal of the United States promotes active learning and retention of essential information as kids go about completing a host of sentences.
The several educational benefits of this printable true-or-false exercise on the bald eagle include knowledge assessment, factual accuracy, appreciation of symbolism, and more.
Promote patriotic values and help enhance grade 2 and grade 3 kids' understanding of the national anthem with this MCQ worksheet on the Star-Spangled Banner.
This section of our U.S. symbols and monuments pdfs for grade 4 and grade 5 contains sentences with factual errors; let kids rewrite the sentences about Uncle Sam by fixing the errors.
In this worksheet, as kids identify the iconic White House on the 10-dollar bill and the Lincoln Memorial on the 5-dollar bill, they'll feel connected to the nation's rich heritage.
Cut each American symbol and monument card and glue it in the correct box above the appropriate date to complete this segment of our U.S. symbols and monuments worksheets.
Challenge learners to recall and apply their knowledge of the Lincoln Memorial as they complete each sentence choosing an appropriate option from the word box.
This part of our pdf American landmarks worksheets features a bunch of coloring activities for kids in kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade.
Soak in the significance of the Pledge of Allegiance, and get grade 1 and grade 2 kids to not only recite it but also understand its meaning with these worksheets.