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Second Grade Social Studies National Symbols WorksheetsList of all concepts available under this subject are listed below. Worksheets are organized under various concepts within the subject. Click on concept to see the list of all worksheets available for that concept.
- National Symbols: The Statue of Liberty
Read the text to this page aloud to your child as she colors, and talk about your family's heritage. Did her ancestors sail past The Statue of Liberty?
- 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?
- National Symbols: The Declaration of Independence
Help your child learn more about her American heritage with these coloring pages that are chock-full of history featuring the Declaration of Independence.
- Skip Counting Dot to Dot: Presidents
Who's the mystery president? Your second grader can find out by skip counting by threes to complete the dot-to-dot.
- Color George Washington
Celebrate presidential history with this George Washington coloring page, which features both the first American President's image and his name.
- Color by Number: The Presidential Seal
This color-by-number printable lets your child play with color and learn the emblem of the President of the United States!
- Golden State
Kids learn about the state of California on this mystery state coloring page.
- Washington, D.C. Symbols
Learn the history of several symbols of our nation's capital and color in the illustrations.
- Great Seal of the United States
Chances are, your 2nd grader has seen the Great Seal of the United States all over the place. Help her learn more about it with this worksheet!
- Who is Uncle Sam?
Read the text along with your child as she colors so she can learn more about Uncle Sam, an American icon.
- White House Coloring Page
Introduce your child to the President's house! This coloring page features the building that's housed America's presidents for over 200 years.
- 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.
- Tar Heel State
Kids get in some social studies learning as they color in this fun worksheet featuring the state of North Carolina.
- Lone Star State
Kids get a brief introduction to the state of Texas on this fun coloring page. From armadillos to prickly pears, there's lots to see in Texas!
- Constitution State
A coloring sheet about Connecticut for 1st and 2nd graders, featuring state symbols and facts.
- Palmetto State
This mystery state is known as the Palmetto State and proudly features a palmetto tree on its state flag. Can you guess the state?
- Evergreen State
As your child is having fun coloring, he'll be learning new facts about this Washington state.
- The Last Frontier State
A worksheet about Alaska for 1st and 2nd graders, featuring state history, symbols, and facts.
- Keystone State
This state coloring page is full of fun things to color, from a ladybug to an Eastern hemlock, and each picture represents one of Pennsylvania's state symbols.
- Peach State
This state is known as the Peach State because of the delicious peaches grown here. Can you guess the state?
- Capital of the United States
A worksheet on Washington, D.C. for 1st and 2nd graders, featuring history, facts, and symbols of the district.
- Land of Enchantment
Some people call me the Land of Enchantment. What state am I? Help your child get to know her country with a mystery state coloring page.
- Bay State
A coloring sheet of Massachusetts for 1st and 2nd graders, featuring state symbols, facts, and history.
- Old Line State
A coloring sheet of Maryland for 1st and 2nd graders, featuring state facts and symbols.