This product is dedicated to the state study of New York, including some interactive features.
Map of New York, showing its location among other states and Canada, as well as major water bodies. Questions and answer key are included.
Map of New York Resources with questions and answer key.
Information Cards - -
History of how New York was named
Landscape of New York, covering the major regions of the state - - Adirondack Upland, Appalachian Plateau, Atlantic Coastal Plain, Erie Ontario Lowland,Finger Lakes, Hudson-Mohawk Lowland, and Tug-Hill Plateau
New York's climate.
New York's state mineral
New York's state flower
New York's state tree
New York's state mammal
New York's state bird
The First People of New York - - including a map showing the areas where different tribes are located, followed by questions and an answer key
Slavery in New Amsterdam
The Underground Railroad in New York
Susan B Anthony
New York Draft Riots of 1863
William M Boss Tweed
The Statue of Liberty
Fiorello La Guardia
September 11th, 2001
The World Trade Center Memorial and Museum
People of New York (culture, and population)
Grand Central Station
Madison Square Garden
The Adams Family and the Invention of Chewing Gum
The Ticonderoga Number 2 pencil
Macy's Thanksgiving Parade
Radio City Music Hall
Because New York City is such a large part of New York, this unit heavily incorporates with information cards about New York City. That in mind,
ALSO INCLUDED ARE INFORMATION CARDS about other major cities in New York:
An acrostic poem activity is included to help students remember the capital of New York (Albany), as well as either information about New York in general or about Albany.
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An interactive timeline of New York's history, dating from 1524 through 2001 (and including September 11th)