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Students read information related to the life of George Washington, then color areas of the map related to events from Washington's life.

This is a fun way to combine history with the acquisition of basic geographical knowledge.

No supplemental materials are required for completion (such as an atlas), nor must students have any preexisting knowledge of United States geography.

Students simply need this handout and crayons, markers, or colored pencils. Click here to print.
1. The Second Continental Congress, which met in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, voted in favor of independence in July of 1776. Color Pennsylvania blue.

2. George Washington led American troops to victory over British troops on January 3, 1777, at the Battle of Princeton. Princeton is located in New Jersey. Color New Jersey red.

3. George Washington was born on February 22, 1732, in Westmoreland County, Virginia. Color Virginia yellow.

4. George Washington lived at Mount Vernon, in Virginia. Circle Mount Vernon in orange.

5. The capital city of the United States, Washington, D.C., is named in honor of George Washington. Circle Washington, D.C., in green.

6. List the five states bordering Virginia: Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia; students may also include Washington, D.C., though it is a federal district rather than a state > Social Studies > American Presidents > George Washington