By Tim van de Vall
A coloring page of the USA Coat of Arms. This shield of arms was adopted in 1782.
The United States Coat of Arms can be found on the Great Seal of the United States, and now also as a printable coloring page. This historical design was first adopted by Congress in 1782, and is still in use today.
The Latin inscription, E. Pluribis Unum, is the United States motto, and means “Out of One, Many.”
Share this fun coloring activity with your students around President’s Day, Veteran’s Day, or as part of a Social Studies activity.
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