The Arizona State Seal, Color Me
From Arizona Secretary of State, Ken Bennett
The official seal is in black and white. See if you can find all of these drawings on the seal.
Circle the mountain range with the sun rising behind the peaks in red.
At the right side of the range of mountains circle the storage reservoir (a lake) and dam in blue.
Circle in the middle the irrigated fields and orchards in yellow.
In the lower right side of the seal is grazing cattle, circle the cattle in brown.
To the left, on a mountainside, is a quartz mill with a miner with a pick and shovel. Circle the miner in green.
Above the drawing is the motto "Ditat Deus," meaning "God Enriches." The words "Great Seal of the State of Arizona" and the year of admission to the United States, 1912, is written around the seal.