The Founding Fathers chose the beautiful bald eagle as the emblem of the United States. Here's a poster of one of these majestic birds in full flight.
We've US posters for every occasion from patriotic flags, to landmarks, to historic characters and wildlife, we are sure you will find just what you need for your display.
An inukshuk (also known as inuksuk or inukhuk) is a landmark built of stones, used possibly by ancient people to mark food caches, territories or for navigation.
Did you know that Mount Rushmore is also known as the President's Mountain? Print out our poster for your displays - try using the borderless settings on your printer for the best results.
Use this cute Native Americans poster for a display for Thanksgiving or US History. It would also make a lovely project cover.
Who could fail to be amazed at the site of the world-famous Niagara Falls! Here is a poster showing the spray of water which arises from where the water cascades down...
Print and display this Statue of Liberty oster for July 4th or as part of a US history project. It could also be used as a project cover.
Here's a fantastic poster of the Statue of Liberty to print out.
Fun Fact: There are 354 steps inside the Statue of Liberty and she wears a size 879 shoe!
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!
This red, white and blue facts poster is perfect for USA-themed classroom displays, and it has 7 useful facts and figures for the kids to learn too...
This USA flags poster is perfect to use in displays about the USA or for Independence Day. Print using the borderless settings on your printer for optimum results.
Print this fantastic poster of the New York skyline to use as part of your USA studies and displays.
We've set the Star-Spangled Banner (the USA flag) inside the outline shape of the USA for this striking poster. Perfect for displays (and it won't use too much printer ink).