Enjoy creative learning fun with these free printable worksheets of United States National landmarks!
These activities are awesome ways to have geography fun and more with your students.
Find out more about these U.S. landmark worksheets and get your free set today!
Take Your U.S. Geography Fun to the Next Level!
If you're looking for easy ways to boost your United States geography fun, you're going to love these free printable activity sheets.
Geography has become one of our favorite homeschool subjects. After using some of the best homeschool geography curriculum options, my boys and I enjoy exploring our country and beyond.
We've had a blast with our free 50 States of America printable activities set. By pairing these worksheets with remarkable resources, my boys and I have learned so much each state.
That's why I'm so excited to share these free worksheets for fun with United States National Landmarks! These activities are amazing ways to extend all of that geography fun by taking deeper dives into these incredible monuments, buildings, and structures.
Learn All About These Worksheets of United States National Landmarks
Each page is in black-and-white (printer friendly!). Also, each landmark worksheet includes:
- Name of U.S. Landmark
- Draw It box
- Year Built
- Where was it built?
- Label it on the map below (includes map of the United States of America)
- Materials Used
- Physical Description
- Landmark Dimensions
- Fun Facts
- Historical Facts
The 17 United States National Landmarks featured in this geography set include:
- Ellis Island
- 9/11 Memorial
- One World Trade Center
- Empire State Building
- Statue of Liberty
- Capitol Building
- White House
- Arlington Memorial Amphitheater
- Hollywood Sign
- Jefferson Memorial
- Lincoln Memorial
- Golden Gate Bridge
- The Alamo
- Hoover Dam
- Gateway Arch
- Space Needle
- Mount Rushmore
Creative Ways to Extend the Fun with These Geography Worksheets
Before we get to the super cool ways to enjoy these United States National Landmark worksheets, I have a few tips and tricks to help you make the most of this learning time.
You can totally print these geography worksheets on regular white printer paper. If you'd like a bit of extra durability, you may want to print on white cardstock.
You'll want to have a variety of writing and coloring tools for your students to use. My boys prefer to have available:
- erasable pens
- color pencils
- fine-tip markers
Use these worksheets to best fit the needs and level of your students. Your kids may want to draw or cut out a picture of the landmark. Also, they may want to complete the activity in one sitting or spread out the work over a few days.
I recommend taking time to read and learn about each U.S. National Landmark. You may want to start with one close to where you live or randomly pick. Another idea is to pick landmark based on one that you're currently learning about in history (or have learned about in the past).
Resources to Use with These U.S. Geography Worksheets
My boys and I love using books and videos to help boost our learning fun. Here are our recommendations for enjoying these United States National Landmarks:
USA Landmarks For Kids: Explore the Iconic Wonders of America through Rhymes, Facts, and Adventure - Discover Famous American Monuments, National Parks, and Historical Sites - Engaging Educational BoNational Monuments of the USA (National Parks of the USA, 4)Historic American Landmarks (Dover American History Coloring Books)Ellis Island (True Books) (A True Book (Relaunch))What Was Ellis Island?National Geographic Readers: Ellis Island
Engineering One World Trade Center (Building by Design)One World Trade Center: Biography of the BuildingThe Empire State Building: The History of New York City's Most Iconic LandmarkThe Statue of Liberty (Step-into-Reading, Step 2)The Statue of Liberty: 51 Fascinating Facts For KidsThe Capitol Building (Lightning Bolt Books ® ― Famous Places)The United States Capitol: Its Architecture and Decoration1,000 Facts About the White House
The Jefferson Memorial (American Symbols & Their Meanings)The Lincoln Memorial (Pull Ahead Books ― American Symbols)Golden Gate Bridge (Pogo Books: Whole Wide World)The Golden Gate Bridge (Lightning Bolt Books ® ― Famous Places)The Hoover Dam (Lightning Bolt Books ® ― Famous Places)The Hoover Dam: The Story of Hard Times, Tough People and The Taming of a Wild River (Wonders of the World Book)The Gateway Arch: Celebrating Western Expansion (Core Content Social Studies ― Let's Celebrate America)The Space Needle (Building on a Dream)Where Is Mount Rushmore?Mount Rushmore (Pull Ahead Books ― American Symbols)
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