Patriotic Themed CoordinArt

Welcome to the patriotic selections of CoordinArt that provide practice in plotting coordinates in all four quadrants of the cartesian plane. Students become fully engaged while creating these realistic coordinate pictures. They love the challenge they present and ask for more!

Barack Obama: The current US President, who made history being the first Black American elected President. Celebrate Black History month, President's Day, or Patriotism anytime of the year with this CoordinArt design.
Barack Obama: $4

Barack Obama: $4

Obama: $4  Obama: $4

Select from more historical icons of the United States. Help students show their patriotism.

Statue of Liberty: The Statue of Liberty stands in the entrance of New York Harbor. She was a gift from France in recognition of the friendship established between the United States and France during the American Revolution. It continues to be a symbol of freedom, democracy and international friendship. Lady Liberty was sculpted by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi. For more info and fun facts click here

statue of liberty

statue of liberty

Statue of Liberty: $4  Statue of Liberty: $4

Liberty Bell: The Liberty Bell is the huge bronze bell that symbolizes freedom in the United States of America. It is located at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The bell first cracked on an initial test ringing in 1752. It was recast twice n 1753. The crack we see still today occured in 1835. The bell was used to announce major events in earlier American colonial life such as Presidential election and deaths. The bell weighs just over a ton! It is 3ft in height and has a 12ft circumference around the bottom lip of the bell. It rings an E-flat.

liberty bell

liberty bell

Liberty Bell: $3  Liberty Bell: $3

The White House: For 200 years the White House has been a symbol of the US Presidency. Although President Washington oversaw the construction of the White House, he never lived in it. It was nearly completed in 1800 when President John Adams and his wife Abigail moved in. In 1814 the White House survived a fire at the hands of the British during the war of 1812. A second fire occurred in the West Wing in 1929 while Herbert Hoover was President. There are 132 rooms and 35 bathrooms in the White House. White House history and facts.

White House

White House

White House: $5  White House: $5

American Bald Eagle: The American bald eagle is a symbol of freedom. This massive bird has a wingspan of from 6-8 feet. After quite some dispute the Founding Fathers decided in 1789 to make the bald eagle the official bird for the United States of America.(Benjamin Franklin felt the turkey was a much more suitable choice.)

President Kennedy wrote, "The Founding Fathers made an appropriate choice when they selected the bald eagle as the emblem of the nation. The fierce beauty and proud independence of this grat bird aptly symbolizes the strength and freedom of America."

bald eagle

bald eagle

Bald Eagle: $4  Bald eagle: $4

Dove with an Olive Branch: Doves have been the symbol for peace and hope for thousands of yeas worldwide from the Egyptians and early Greeks and Romans to the Chinese. The Bible introduced us to the image of a dove with the olive branch as it signaled to Noah that the flood waters had receded and new life had begun. Picasso was asked to create an image for the Peace Conference after WWII. His Dove of Peace was a hit and continues today. Many events worldwide where love and peace are emphasized will have doves released into the air.


dove: $2

Dove: $2  Dove: $2

Uncle Sam: Uncle Sam is a popular personification of the United States. Some believe the term "Uncle Sam" was an expansion of the "US" stamp on military uniforms and other government supplies to identify to whom the property belonged. Some sources credit it to Samuel Wilson of Troy, NY. He was a meat packer who supplied meat to the army during the War of 1812. Wilson was a man of great fairness, reliability, honesty and was dedicated to his country-attributes now associated with "Uncle Sam". The portrait for Uncle Sam was created by James Montgomery Flagg for the cover of the July 6, 1916 issue of Leslie's Weekly with the title "What Are You Doing for Preparedness?" He used himself as the model. Since then Uncle Sam has worn his patriotic red, white and blue outfit on posters during WWI and WWII and is seen in patriotic parades such as the 4th of July.

Uncle Sam

Uncle Sam

Uncle Sam: $5  Uncle Sam: $5

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Patriotic Collection $28 value for $23 Complete Patriotic Set: $23

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