Famous Landmarks of the U.S.A.

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Students will notebook their way through more than 350 famous landmarks and historic places across all fifty states in the U.S.A. plus complete mapwork assignments and more in this engaging Notebook Companion™ to the Children’s Atlas of the U.S.A. by Master Books, sold separately.

371 black & white pages | Grades 3 & Up | This is a digital only resource.

*Digital Product - purchase one per household only.

Famous Landmarks of the U.S.A.


There are historic wonders tucked into virtually every corner of each of the fifty states! Help your kids explore more than 350 famous landmarks, historical sites, and national monuments. Students will learn to locate each of the sites on a map and more with Famous Landmarks of the U.S.A., a Notebook Companion™ to the Children’s Atlas of the U.S.A. by Master Books, sold separately.

After answering notebooking questions about the United States of America, students will explore each of the fifty states as well as Washington, D.C. For each state, students will:

  • record facts they learn
  • copy a portion of the state’s preamble
  • sketch one or more famous landmarks and write about it
  • label the state’s capital on a state map and indicate the location of each of the historic sites they learned about
  • label the state (and all the states they have studied) on a map of the United States

This is the perfect opportunity to practice written narration with your U.S. geography studies and reinforce the information being covered.

Famous Landmarks of the USA notebooking pages

Here’s Just a Few of the Famous Landmarks Covered:

  • Abraham Lincoln Birthplace
  • Acadia National Park
  • Arlington Cemetery
  • Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument
  • Boston African American National Historic Site
  • Canaveral National Seashore
  • Casa Grande Ruins National Monument
  • Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve
  • Death Valley National Park
  • Devils Tower National Monument
  • Edgar Allen Poe National Historic Site
  • Ellis Island National Monument
  • Fort Laramie
  • National Historic Site
  • George Washington Carver National Monument
  • Gettysburg National Military Park
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park
  • Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument
  • Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historic Park
  • Historic Jamestowne Colonial National Historic Park
  • Ice Age National Scenic Trail
  • Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park
  • Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail
  • Minuteman Missile National Historic Site
  • Navajo National Monument
  • Niagara Falls National Heritage Site
  • Pearl Harbor National Memorial
  •  Rio Grande Wild & Scenic River
  • Statue of Liberty National Monument
  • Trail of Tears National Historic Trail
  • Wright Brothers National Memorial
  • Yellowstone National Park

Just Open and Go!

Our Notebook Companions are created to be easy-to-use. There are no teacher’s guides and you can just open and go.

Just grab a copy of the Children’s Atlas of the U.S.A. and our Notebook Companion™ and dive in. There’s no prep-work to worry about! You can work through the states in any order, making it perfect for any schedule or roadschooling.

A Great Addition to Daily Skill Building: U.S. Geography

If you are looking for an easy-to-use U.S. geography curriculum for grades 3-6, take a look at Daily Skill Building: U.S. Geography. It’s an independent, notebook-style geography curriculum that includes student notebooking pages, cheat sheets, fact cards, and more. It includes answers – and no teacher guide is required!

Sample of Daily Skill Building: U.S. Geography

We’ve created Famous Landmarks of the U.S.A. to work beautifully alongside Daily Skill Building: U.S. Geography. For an even more extensive study of the United States, you can add in our U.S. State Study Resource Pack Bundle, which includes nearly 400 pages of fun resources for state flags, state birds, state flowers, and state trees.

U.S. State Study Resoruce Pack Printable Pages

Children’s Atlas of the U.S.A. by Master Books

Explore the U.S.A and discover God’s natural wonders, culture, traditions, and historical markers using the Children’s Atlas of the U.S.A. Students will learn about science and technology, history, the economy, and industries as well as facts about all fifty states, including statehood, capital cities, and each state’s symbols and nicknames.

Students will explore famous landmarks found all across America, including national parks, monuments, and historical sites. This beautiful hardcover book is full of pictures and facts that will enhance any study of the United States of America!

Children's Atlas of the U.S.A.


1 review for Famous Landmarks of the U.S.A.

  1. Heather Mork

    This is a great resource for studying US Geography and/or history, especially when traveling! We are planning a road trip across the US, and this notebook and the US Atlas that it goes along with will be a great way to research and explore the states we are visiting! Each state has about 6-9 landmarks with an area to write about the landmark and a place for a picture/drawing. I’m hoping to visit many of the landmarks mentioned so that we can attach real photographs! It’s also an easy resource for us to take with us since I can just print the states we are going to visit and save the rest for later. It should be noted that the book this notebook is a companion to (Children’s Atlas of the USA) has a strong Christian worldview. However, the notebook could be used without this book, it would just take a little extra research to find information on each state and landmark.

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