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Learn more about U. S. history with our printable American Symbols Book. This free booklet will provide ample discussion opportunities with your students. You can discuss symbols, liberty, various Presidents, and more as you work your way through the book.

What’s Included in the American Symbols Book?

This printable booklet includes two different options. The first option has information about each symbol.

The second option includes a lined space for an older student to research and write information about the symbol.

Both options have images for your student to color.

U.S. Symbols in the Book

The book includes a page for each of the following fifteen United States symbols:

  • American Flag
  • Jefferson Memorial
  • Statue of Liberty
  • Great Seal
  • Bald Eagle
  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
  • Bison
  • U.S. Capitol
  • Liberty Bell
  • Mount Rushmore
  • Washington Monument
  • Oak Tree
  • Rose
  • White House
  • Lincoln Memorial

How to Use the American Symbols Booklet

This printable is easy to use.

  1. Gather the supplies you’ll need to construct the book: crayons or markers, pencil (if you are using the blank version), scissors, and a stapler.
  2. Read through the information with a young student. Have an older student research and write about each symbol on the lines provided. Time for Kids has some great information.
  3. Color the images on the pages.
  4. Cut out the pages and stack together with cover on top. Staple the book to secure.

If you want to extend the learning, go to your local library and check out books about various symbols such as the American bald eagle, the U.S. Flag, various Presidents, and Washington D.C.

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