Today we are learning all about Puerto Rico with our Puerto Rico facts printable pages! Simply download and print the fun facts about Puerto Ric and have some fun while learning about this fascinating country. Our printable fun facts pdf includes two pages filled with Puerto Rico pictures and facts about Puerto Rico that kids of all ages will enjoy at home or in the classroom!

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Let’s learn about the main island of Puerto Rico!

Free Printable Puerto Rico Facts For Kids

Looking for interesting facts about Puerto Rico? Look no further! We have 12 fun facts on two coloring pages about this beautiful, exotic island. Let’s learn some Puerto Rico fun facts today! Click the button to download and print these Puerto Rico fun fact pages now:

One such fact is Porto Rico is an old variant spelling of Puerto Rico. This Caribbean region country, whose name is Spanish for “rich port” has a tropical climate and is located just south of the North Atlantic Ocean. Puerto Rico is actually an archipelago with a main island, four small islands, and hundreds of cays and islets. The people of Puerto Rico are US citizens and have their own government but they are under the jurisdiction of the United States federal government.
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Puerto Ricans live in a beautiful territory!
  1. Puerto Rico is a Caribbean island and unincorporated territory of the United States, formed by the main island and 143 smaller islands and islets located in the Caribbean sea.
  2. Puerto Rico is considered the world’s oldest colony as it was a Spanish colony.
  3. With a total area of 3,515 square miles, it is the third-largest island in the United States and the 82nd-largest island in the world.
  4. Puerto Rico has two official languages: English and Spanish, although Spanish is the dominant language and most people are not fluent in English.
  5. Christopher Columbus arrived in Puerto Rico in 1493 during his second trip to the New World. The island’s name was soon changed to Puerto Rico, or “rich port,” when the Spaniards found impressive amounts of gold.
  6. The mix of coconut cream, pineapple juice, white rum, and ice, known as Piña colada, was born in San Juan.

More Puerto Rico Fun Facts

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Do you know these facts about Puerto Rico?
  1. As a U.S. territory, the currency used in Puerto Rico is the U.S. dollar.
  2. All persons born in Puerto Rico on or after January 13, 1941, are considered American citizens.
  3. Puerto Rico has countless natural wonders, including El Yunque rainforest, Mona island, La Parguera natural reserve, Flamenco Beach, and so many other beautiful beaches.
  4. El Yunque is the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Forest System.
  5. There are nearly 300 plant and animal species endemic to Puerto Rico.
  6. The Puerto Rican flag has a beautiful meaning: The blue triangle represents the sky and the ocean, and the three sides of the triangle represent the three branches of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.

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These Puerto Rico fun facts pages are sized for standard letter printer paper dimensions – 8.5 x 11 inches.

This pdf file includes two printable facts sheets loaded with Puerto Rico facts that you don’t want to miss. Print as many sets as needed and give them to friends or family!

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  1. Hi! Thank you for your wonderful website! It seems that the Puerto Rico Facts link is broken. I would love a copy of them please!

    1. Thank you for your kind words, Francia! We are so glad that you are enjoying the site! I just emailed the Puerto Rico facts page to you. Enjoy!

  2. Hi Paula! I was looking for worksheets on Puerto Rico and found your website. They seem perfect for my purposes! However, the “Download Printable Puerto Rico Facts PDF File” is not working for me. I checked out some of the other free resources and the links do work. I would appreciate your help because I’d love to use this resource. Thank you for all your work!!

    1. Hi! I’m so sorry about that. Thank you for letting us know. I fixed it on the site, and I am emailing the fact sheet coloring pages to you right now!