Note: This project focuses on the richness and diversity of the people, lands, and activities of the United States of America. The United States has a federal system that divides power between the national and state governments. A teacher and a photographer tour America's 50 states and email live e-postcards to classrooms. This project provides basic information about each of the 50 states including state flower, motto, bird, and trees.
This website helps identify the varied regions of the United States and focuses on the important facts of each. This online database is a great starting point for finding basic information about each state.
Learners identify the location of a state, compare population sizes from various states, learn the state bird, flag, and location on the map. Students study the geography of the United States as well as learn to write friendly letters. Students start by selecting a state and then drafting and sending a letter requesting information.
This lesson plan includes a bingo game activity for learning the states and their capitals.


Recognize that all nations have their own unique people, culture, resources, government, accomplishments, and history. The US encompasses seven regions: (1) New England, (2) Middle Atlantic States, (3) Southern States, (4) Midwestern States, (5) Rocky Mountain States, (6) Southwestern States, and (7) Pacific Coast States.
That division is sometimes disputed and often becomes a subject of controversy; however, state government provides many services and regulates several activities.
Having completed a 50-state Capital tour, the couple is now exploring America's wild side capturing landscape scenes and wildlife from each state. Go to Puzzled States from Scholastic and USA Quiz learning games featuring state identification.
A list of Official USPS abbreviations, including state and US territory abbreviations, is provided for assistance.
Our new graded-series of maps are the first to address the unique needs of K-12 students as they advance their understanding of our world.Unlike other classroom poster maps, ours utilize the Winkel-Triple projection, which provides the best combination of size, shape, and distance giving students the best visual representation of the Earth’s surface.
Every state has a capital city where its governor, legislators, and other state officers work. States maintain law and order, protect property rights, regulate businesses, administer public education, provide welfare programs, build and maintain highways, and operate state parks, forest, and other state-owned lands. Other related online learning games include State Flags Game and State Capitals Game, both from Kidspace at Internet Public Library.


A vast database allows National Geographic to combine the latest data gained by space-age technology with innovative digital mapping techniques to create state-of-the-art political, physical, and thematic maps. Elected senators and congressmen represent their home state in the nation's capital, Washington DC. State government has direct authority over local governments such as towns and cities, townships, counties, and school districts. This project should include a schedule of itinerary, mode(s) of transportation, food and lodging, points of interests, map of your route, and estimated expenses. Every state has selected its own motto, flag, bird, flower, and sometimes other favorite choices. These maps are laminated— featuring a "write and wipe" surface and durable plastic covering.



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