First-grade - Social-studies concepts

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  • Liberty Bell Dot to Dot

    Who said history couldn't be fun? Introduce your child to an important U.S. symbol with this Liberty Bell dot to dot.

  • The American Flag

    How many stars and stripes do you see? Get in the mood for 4th of July with this fun American Flag coloring sheet.

  • American Bald Eagle

    Get your child in a patriotic mood and color this majestic bald eagle, an endangered species and also America's national symbol.

  • Peace Garden State

    This mystery state coloring page features North Dakota, also known as the Peace Garden State. Can your child guess which state she's coloring?

  • Pledge of Allegiance

    Learn the Pledge of Allegiance with this fun coloring sheet!

  • The Statue of Liberty

    Lady Liberty is a symbol of freedom and enlightenment for the world! Give her some color, and learn a fun fact about her with this coloring sheet.

  • The Liberty Bell

    Get your child in the mood for U.S. History with this fun coloring sheet, which includes a fun fact about the Pennsylvania Liberty Bell!

  • The American Flag and Eagle

    Take a closer look at the American flag and eagle, important symbols of our country, with this fun printable.

  • Pennsylvania Liberty Bell

    The Pennsylvania Liberty Bell has been through a lot, but it was never owned by a famous fast-food chain...that's an urban legend!

  • U.S. National Parks

    Build an appreciation for mother nature with this national parks info page for kids! Your little park ranger will learn the basics of national parks services.

  • Inside the White House

    Although the White House is technically white, you can color it any way you like with this patriotic coloring sheet.

  • United States Symbols for Kids

    This worksheet introduces United States symbols for kids. Does your child know that every country has symbols that are special to its citizens?

  • Mount Rushmore

    Get your child caught up on some U.S. history, and have fun coloring in the men of Mount Rushmore with this historical coloring worksheet!

  • Color Mount Rushmore!

    Introduce your first grader to one of America's most significant historic symbols and four of its most famous presidents with this Mount Rushmore printable.

  • American Symbols For Kids

    The White House in Washington D.c. is one of many American symbols for kids to learn about. Check it out!

  • Golden State

    Kids learn about the state of California on this mystery state coloring page.

  • Color a Mandala of Presidents

    Let your child step into U.S. history in a fun way: by coloring this presidential mandala that features Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln!

  • Golden Gate Bridge Coloring Page

    A coloring page of the Golden Gate Bridge, aimed at 1st graders learning their U.S. and global landmarks.

  • Color the Statue of Liberty

    The Statue of Liberty is a national symbol of hope and freedom. Have fun teaching your child about this famous monument with this charming coloring page.

  • Betsy Ross

    Who is Betsy Ross? Teach your child about the creator of the American flag, and have fun coloring with this historical worksheet!

  • Color the Hoover Dam

    A coloring sheet about the Hoover Dam, aimed at 1st graders studying geography and landmarks.

  • Volunteer State

    Animal-lovers will have a great time coloring in this mystery state coloring page, and they'll get in some social studies learning at the same time.

  • U.S. Symbols For Kids

    This printable introduces two famous U.S. symbols for kids: Mount Rushmore and Betsy Ross.

  • Notre Dame Coloring Page

    This Notre Dame coloring page allows budding artists to add color to the famous European landmark!