September Worksheets and Coloring Pages

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Chocolate Milkshake Recipe and Coloring Page

Chocolate Milkshake Recipe and Coloring Page. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: Chocolate Milkshake Recipe and Coloring Page and color the picture.

September 12th is National Chocolate Milkshake Day. Celebrate with a yummy chocolate milkshake. Make your own and enjoy while coloring the picture.

Combine in blender and blend until smooth:
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup chocolate syrup
  • 2 scoops vanilla ice cream

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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Peanut Coloring Page

Peanuts Coloring Page. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: Peanut Coloring Page and color the picture.

Did you know that peanuts grow underground but are not a root? The peanut plant produces flowers on slender stalks near the base of the plant. After fertilization, the flower stalk curves downward and the developing fruit is forced into the ground. The peanut pod actually develops underground.

  • Peanut Butter and Banana Toast
  • Peanut Butter Burrito
  • Peanuts History, by Diana Rattray, About.com Guide to Southern Food

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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Boston Light Lighthouse Coloring Page

Boston Light Lighthouse Coloring Page. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: Boston Light Lighthouse Coloring Page and color the picture.

The Boston Light was the first light station established on the North American continent. The light was lit for the first time on September 14, 1716. A cannon was America’s first fog signal. The Boston Light was destroyed in the Revolution and rebuilt in 1783. The Boston Light is also our only lighthouse that still has an official keeper.

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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The Star Spangled Banner Lyrics Page

Star Spangled Banner Page. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: Star Spangled Banner Page and learn the lyrics to our National Anthem.

On September 14, 1814, Francis Scott Key wrote "The Star-Spangled Banner" after witnessing the British bombing of Ft. McHenry during the War of 1812 - and the flag was still standing! The Star Spangled Banner formally became the national anthem with the signing of an executive order by President Woodrow Wilson, followed in 1931 with President Herbert Hoover signing a Congressional act.

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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The Star Spangled Banner Coloring Page

The Star Spangled Banner Coloring Page. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: The Star Spangled Banner Coloring Page and color the picture.

This copy of the Star-Spangled Banner was published around 1830. American Publisher, John Cole, was the first to include a picture on the title pages of his sheet music.

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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Hot Air Balloon Coloring Page

Hot Air Balloon Coloring Page. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: Hot Air Balloon Coloring Page and color the picture.

In 1984, Joe Kittinger became the first person to make a solo crossing of the Atlantic Ocean in a hot air balloon. He set out from Caribou, Maine on September 14, floated 3,543 miles and landed in Cairo Montenotte, Italy, on September 18, 1984.

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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Mayflower Day Coloring Page

Mayflower Day Coloring Page. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: Mayflower Day Coloring Page and color the picture.

The Mayflower left Plymouth, England on September 16, 1620, headed for the New World seeking religious freedom and the freedom to continue using their native language, culture and customs. There were 102 passengers of men, women, and children aboard ship as well as a crew of 25-30. The journey took 66 days and they arrived at the tip of Cape Cod on November 21, 1620, and eventually settled in Plymouth, Massachusetts. This wasn’t their original destination as they had permission to settle elsewhere. What settlement were they originally headed for?

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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Hot Dog Day

Oscar Mayer Wienermobile. Beverly Hernandez

Hot Dog Day - September 10
Oscar Mayer's Birthday - March 29
National Pigs-in-a-Blanket Day - April 24

When I was a child, the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile came down my street, greeted me and gave me an Oscar Mayer Wiener Whistle. It was very exciting! Now today, 45 years later, my daughter saw an Oscar Mayer Wienermobile at the Orange Mall and three of my grandsons posed for a picture.

Oscar F. Mayer was born in Wurttemberg, Germany, on March 29, 1959. He began sellgin bratwurst and liverwurst with his brother in Chicago in 1883. It was nearly 20 years later when they began labeling the meat with the Oscar Mayer logo.

  • Hot Dog Coloring Page

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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Hot Dog Coloring Page

Hot Dog Coloring Page. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: Hot Dog Coloring Page and color the picture.

Print the picture and color. Enjoy a hot dog today! What do you like on your hot dogs?

  • Oscar Mayer Weinermobile

Oscar Mayer's Birthday - March 29
National Pigs-in-a-Blanket Day - April 24
Hot Dog Day - September 10

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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Space Shuttle Coloring Page

Space Shuttle Coloring Page. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: Space Shuttle Coloring Page and color the picture.

On September 17, 1976, NASA introduced the first space shuttle, the Enterprise, at a ceremony in Palmdale, California. After many years of testing, four other shuttles were built: Columbia, Discovery, Atlantis and Challenger. The Columbia was the first Space Shuttle launched on April 12, 1981 with a crew of two astronauts, John Young and Robert Crippen. After 9 successful missions, tragedy struck when the Challenger exploded in flight and an entire crew was lost. The program was suspended for a while, but resumed again with the Endeavour replacing the Challenger. Would you want to take a trip on a space shuttle? The last mission of the space shuttle lifted off on July 8, 2011.

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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Constitution Day Coloring Page

Constitution Day Coloring Page. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: Constitution Day Coloring Page and color the picture.

On September 17th, 1787, the Constitutional Congress held its final meeting with only one thing on the agenda - to sign the Constitution of the United States of America. The Constitution is the supreme law of the United States. Have you memorized the Preamble to the Constitution yet?

"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."

  • Constitution Day by Robert Longley, About.com Guide to US Government Info
  • The U.S. Constitution by Robert Longley, About.com Guide to US Government Info

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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The United States Capitol Building Coloring Page

The United States Capitol Building Coloring Page. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: The United States Capitol Building Coloring Page and color the picture.

On September 18, 1793, George Washington laid the cornerstone of the United States Capitol Building. The United States Capitol is home of the Congress and the House of Representatives.

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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Punch Recipe and Coloring Page

Punch Recipe and Coloring Page. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: Punch Recipe and Coloring Page, try the recipe and have some punch while you color the picture.

September 20th is National Punch Day. This is my favorite punch recipe. It is simple to make, looks very pretty and tastes great!

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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USS Constitution "Old Ironsides" Coloring Page

USS Constitution "Old Ironsides" Coloring Page. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: USS Constitution "Old Ironsides" Coloring Page, color the picture and answer the question.

The USS Constitution, a 44-gun frigate, was one of the first three naval ships built by the United States. It won brilliant victories over British frigates during the War of 1812 and is, without doubt, the most famous ship in the history of the United States Navy. It has been rebuilt and is anchored in the Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston. How did the USS Constitution get her nickname, Old Ironsides?

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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Ferdinand Magellan Coloring Page

Ferdinand Magellan Coloring Page. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: Ferdinand Magellan Coloring Page and color the picture.

Portuguese navigator in the service of Spain, Ferdinand Magellan commanded an expedition that was the first to circumnavigate the world. (1480-1521)

For September 1-15, go to September Events 1st - 15th
For September 16-30 Holidays, go to September Events 16th - 30th
For an overview, go to September Fundays Calendar

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