Can the kids complete the picture on the left by copying across the missing details from the right-hand picture of Uncle Sam? They will need to concentrate...
Uncle Sam is a personification of, or nickname for, the United States, and is often used as an icon for the country. We've got a colouring page, poster and some puzzles for the kids to enjoy, and they can learn to draw their own Uncle Sam too.
Follow along with our step by step tutorial and learn how to draw your own Uncle Sam cartoon. You can also use the last picture for ideas on colouring him in.
Can the kids write an acrostic poem about Uncle Sam? Tricky! There are 4 variations of our acrostic poem printable in this pdf file, so just choose the most appropriate and print it out. The printable makes a good writing or drawing frame, too.
Colour in this fun cartoon picture of Uncle Same - make sure to colour his pants (trousers) with red and white stripes!
This Uncle Sam craft for kids is a great Fourth of July activity, using simple craft cupboard supplies and a little bit of paint and patience!
Start little ones off on learning their letters with this fun finger tracing worksheet featuring Uncle Sam, perfect for Fourth of July.
The kids can trace "Uncle Sam" a number of times on this handwriting worksheet, then have a go at writing it out on their own.
Perfect for your Independence Day parade or picnic, this Uncle Sam Hat is fun to make and will help your child celebrate the Fourth of July in style!
Our little printable jigsaws make excellent time fillers and, because you can cut them up in advance and store them in an envelope, they are useful to have in a purse or handbag too!
Make a hat for Uncle Sam with your playdough! This is a fun - and unusual - activity for Fourth of July!
This cheerful Uncle Sam poster will brighten up the classroom's Fourth of July displays. We've kept the outline simple, too, so that you can cut Uncle Sam out and glue him elsewhere if you want to!
Perhaps children could research the origins of Uncle Sam and use this story paper to write about the popular icon. Or perhaps they could write about their Independence Day celebrations.
Here's a fun word tracing worksheet for Fourth of July or other patriotic occasions,. Trace the letters in "Uncle Sam" and then colour in the picture.
There are many ways you could use this writing paper, decorated with a fun cartoon illustration of Uncle Sam. We have two versions available below.
Here's a fun tracing page of Uncle Sam's hat to trace and colour n patriotic colours of red, white and blue. Younger children can trace in the channels between the dotted lines with a crayon or felt tip pen.