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Capitol
Mount Vernon
Arlington
Udvar Hazy Center
Zoo
Museum of Natural History
Museum of American History
Air and Space museum
Supreme Court
Library of Congress
Vietnam Memorial
Jefferson Memorial
Lincoln Memorial
Washington Monument
White House

Washington, D.C. Word Search

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Description

BOLLING AIR FORCE BASE
GEORGETOWN
EINSTEIN PLANETARIUM
CHINATOWN
POTOMAC RIVER
POSTAL MUSEUM
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
MOUNT VERNON
ALEXANDRIA
NATIONAL CATHEDRAL
BASILICA SHRINE
NATIONAL ZOO
FORDS THEATRE
LAW ENFORCEMENT MEMORIAL
SUPREME COURT
SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS
LAFAYETTE SQUARE
VIETNAM MEMORIAL WALL
REFLECTING POOL
JEFFERSON MEMORIAL
WASHINTON MONUMENT
NATIONAL MALL
ARLINGTON CEMETERY
WHITE HOUSE
LINCOLN MEMORIAL

Washington DC - District of Columbia Word Search

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Description

Harbour
Union Market
Veterans Memorial
Octagon House
Holocaust Memorial
Licoln Memorial
GeorgeTown
Portriat Gallery
Smithsonian
National Mall
White House
Wax Museum
Thomas Jefferson
Shakespeare Library
Library of Congress
Freedom Plaza
Capitol Hill
Michelle Obama
Barack Obama
Washington Monument
Supreme Court
Shadow House
Natural History
National Cathedral
Kennedy Center
Ethiopian Food
Botanic Garden
Arboretum
Air And Space Museum

Washington D.C. Scramble : D

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Korean War Memorial
Jefferson Memorial
Washington Monument
Kennedy Center
Library of Congress
National Mall
Reflecting Pool
Lincoln Memorial
Capitol Hill
World War Two Memorial
The White House
US Holocaust Memorial
Arlington National Cemetery
Air and Space Museum

Patriotic Symbols Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

The White House
Washington
Vietnam Veterans
Uncle Sam
National Motto
National Folk Dance
National Colors
National Flower
Mount Rushmore
Lincoln Memorial
Jefferson Memorial
Iwo Jima Memorial
Golden Gate Bridge
Gateway Arch
Arlington
The Alamo
Star Spangled-Banner
The Pledge of Allegiance
Statue of Liberty
Liberty Bell
The Great Seal of the US
Bald Eagle
American Flag

WASHINGTON DC Trivia And Facts Word Search

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Description

u.s. capitol building
u.s. botanic gardens
twenty months
washington redskins
one hundred nations
the white house
natl archives building
monuments and memorials
natl gallery of art
natl cherry blossom
five and one eighth
five hundred fifty five
federal city
smithsonian institution
museum of natural history
museum of american history
natl air and space museum
maryland and virginia
george washington
christopher columbus
union city

Washington D.C. Word Search

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Description

ARLINGTON CEMETERY
BASILICA SHRINE
BOLLING AIR FORCE BASE
CHINATOWN POTOMAC RIVER
EINSTEIN PLANETARIUM
FORDS THEATRE
GEORGETOWN
JEFFERSON MEMORIAL
LAFAYETTE SQUARE
LAW ENFORCEMENT MEMORIAL
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
LINCOLN MEMORIAL
MOUNT VERNON ALEXANDRIA
NATIONAL CATHEDRAL
NATIONAL ZOO
POSTAL MUSEUM
REFLECTING POOL
SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS
SUPREME COURT
VIETNAM MEMORIAL WALL
WASHINGTON MONUMENT
WHITE HOUSE

Washington, D.C. Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The head of the U.S. military is the ___. CommanderinChief
Which memorial is at the farthest west end of The Mall? LincolnMemorial
The Supreme Court hears both original and ____cases. Appellate
The President belongs to which branch of government? Executive
John Roberts is the ___of the Supreme Court. ChiefJustice
What body of Congress has 100 members? Senate
The President belongs to which of the two major political parties? Democrats
What river separates Washington, D.C. from Virginia? PotomacRiver
What state surrounds Washington, D.C. on three sides? Maryland
Which branch of the U.S. government makes all the federal laws? Legislative branch
How many Supreme Court justices are there? Nine
What building is at the eastern most end of the Mall? Capitol
____is the newest Supreme Court justice. ElenaKagan
The performing arts center in WDC in named after which president? Kennedy

AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL II Word Search

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Description

BROOKLYN BRIDGE
RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL
CARNEGIE HALL
PILGRIM HALL MUSEUM
PLYMOUTH ROCK
HISTORIC JAMESTOWN
MLK MEMORIAL
MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
VIETNAM MEMORIAL
ARLINGTON CEMETERY
LINCOLN MEMORIAL
ST PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL
GOLDEN GATES BRIDGE
SELMA BRIDGE
BRONX ZOO
EMPIRE STATE BUILDING
CENTRAL PARK NY CITY
THE NEW YORK PLANETARIUM
FLUSHING MEADOW PARK
AMERICAN AIRLINES ARENA
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
THE KENNEDY CENTER
LINCOLN CENTER
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
SMITHSONIAN MUSEUM

Three Branches of Government Word Search

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Description

laws
bill
checks and balances
veto
House
senators
senate
Vice President
Judge
Supreme Court
president
executive
judical
legislature
representatives
democracy
Washington D C

Three Branches of Government Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

There are how many justices on the Supreme Court? nine
There are how many senators for each state? two
The Legislative Branch is also known as what? congress
The head of the Executive Branch is who? president
The president has the power to do this if he doesn't like a law. veto
The Supreme Court interprets the laws and checks to make sure they are what? constitutional
The building associated with the Legislative Branch. capitol
The President appoints who to the Supreme Court? justices
Which branch has to approve the justices? Legislative
The President can only serve two terms for a total of how many years? eight
Supreme Court justices are appointed for how long? lifetime
The number of representatives that a state has is dependant on what? population
"Checks and _____________" is the way each branch can keep from having too much power. balances
The President is also known as the "Commander in _______?" chief
The Supreme Court is what branch? Judicial