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I Spy America Worksheet

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A fun, free printable American-themed I Spy worksheet filled with imagery of American presidents, landmarks, buildings, and more!

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🇺🇸 Why It Works

This fun and engaging worksheet is designed to help children work on visual discrimination while reinforcing lessons on American history and holidays like Memorial Day, President’s Day, Independence Day, the Pledge of Allegiance, and more!

The printed and completed I Spy America worksheet with a red, white and blue crayon.

Students will search for recognizable American landmarks, people, and places, featuring images of:

  • American Flag
  • The Washington Monument
  • Liberty Bell
  • USA Map
  • Statue of Liberty
  • US Quarter (showing Washington’s profile)
  • Mount Rushmore
  • The White House
  • Uncle Sam’s Hat
  • The Declaration of Independence
  • Eagle
  • Star
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • The United States Capitol
  • The Lincoln Memorial

Tips & Info

  • This worksheet is best suited for children grades K-1, however kids of all ages do enjoy activities like these! Make it more challenging by asking older children to write a sentence about each image on the worksheet.
  • Pair this worksheet with lessons about Independence Day, President’s Day, or Memorial Day.
  • Dive Deeper: Some of our favorite books to recommend for young readers are Our Country’s Presidents and I Pledge Allegiance.

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