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National Symbols

Learn about the American national symbols such as the Bald Eagle, Liberty Bell, American Flag, National Anthem, and what these symbols mean to the nation. Learn the history of the symbols, their use, and meaning. Includes online games, worksheets, and quizzes. There is a link to eThemes resource on the American flag.


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This page has various symbols of the United States. Select highlighted words to learn more about each of them. Includes coloring pages, printouts, and crafts. NOTE: The site includes ads.
Explore links under the Symbols section to learn about the American flag, bald eagle, rose, and other symbols. Listen to music and read lyrics of patriotic songs in the Songs and Oaths section of the site.
This page has a photograph of the original musical score for the Star Spangled Banner printed in Baltimore in 1814.
View images of American flags and learn how its appearance has changed over time.
This is a coloring page of the American flag.
In this game kids have two minutes to complete the puzzle and assemble the American flag. NOTE: The site includes pop-up and banner ads.
Play this online scramble game and put all pieces of the American flag together as fast as you can. NOTE: The site includes pop-up and banner ads.
Here is an online word search game. Click on the "New Game" link to begin the game and start the time. NOTE: The site includes pop-up and banner ads.
These are true/false questions about the American flag and its code.
Learn about American symbols then answer the short quiz questions and solve a puzzle. Answers for the puzzle are included.
Color the Presidential Seal online at this site. NOTE: The site includes pop-up and banner ads.
Here is a fun and easy online quiz about American symbols.
These sites are about the design of the early American flag. See how it changed over time as the country added more states. Learn about the controversy over who created the first flag - Betsy Ross or Francis Hopkinson. Includes the rules for displaying the flag, the symbolism of the colors and shapes, and information about Flag Day and the Pledge of Allegiance. There are links to eThemes Resources on Missouri's flag and the 13 colonies.

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