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Below, on this page you will find mystery pictures, maps, and fact sheets highlighting facts about the State of Mississippi.

Worksheets - Mississippi


This coloring sheet for Mississippi features the state flag, and the state bird (Northern Mockingbird) and flower (Magnolia).
3rd through 5th Grades
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This printable geography worksheet is a color map of Mississippi with major waterways, neighboring states, and cities labeled.
4th and 5th Grades
Students design this blank map of Mississippi by adding color and words.
Label the major cities on this Mississippi state map, including Biloxi, Jackson, Hattiesburg, Jackson, Southaven, and Tupelo.
This Mississippi map includes the labels for most major cities, as well as Enid Lake, Ross Barnett Reservoir, Genada Lake, Gulf of Mexico, Mississippi River, Pearl River, Pickwick Lake, Sardis Lake, and Yazoo River.
This blank state map of Mississippi does not show the adjacent states.

Flags & Seals

Check out this page for a full-color image of the Mississippi state flag.
3rd through 5th Grades
Have students find the right colors to accurately color in the flag of Mississippi.
3rd through 5th Grades
The Mississippi state seal features an eagle at the center. Show it to students with this printout.
3rd through 5th Grades
This black-and-white version of the state seal can be used as a coloring page for students learning about their state.
3rd through 5th Grades


Did you know that the Magnolia is the state flower of Mississippi? You will find that out and more after solving this puzzle.
4th and 5th Grades
Students will have fun searching for the hidden words on this Mississippi-themed word search puzzle. Find words such as: Woodall Mountain, Ship Island, Natchez Trace Parkway, mockingbird, Jackson, Gulf Coastal Plains, Grenada Lake, and Biloxi.
3rd through 6th Grades
Print out this word scramble for a fun social studies activity featuring the state of Mississippi. Find out the highest point, state fish, bordering river, and other state symbols.
3rd through 6th Grades

Mystery State Activities

The magnolia trees smell wonderful in this state. Penelope is going to buy a pole and go fishing for a mud-cat!
4th through 6th Grades
After figuring out which state is shown on this worksheet, write down the state capital, state flower, state bird, and bordering states.
4th and 5th Grades

See Also:

Index of State Pages

Find the pages for any of the fifty states through this link and the worksheets for each.

50 States and Capitals

This page has maps, longitude and latitude worksheets, games, and more featuring the states and capitals.

Social Studies - Full List

Some of the topics you can find on this index page include: explorers, economics, notable people, Colonial America, and much more.

Sample Worksheet Images

Mississippi Worksheets - Blank State Map

State of Mississippi - Labeled Map

State Symbols - Mississippi Worksheets

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