What do students research about the US states?
• Finding their state on a US map
• Different geological identities within each state (draw and use a key)
• Climate changes across the 4 seasons
• State symbols (bird, flower, tree, symbol), nickname, population, largest city, admission to the union, etc.
• Opinion on if the student would like to live in their state and why they would like to visit
• 7 facts about the state
• State motto
• Location of the state (neighboring states, # of counties, geographic region)
• Politics (population, admission to statehood, governor, # of seats in the House and Senate)
• Capital (what is the capital, population in the capital, where it is located within the state)
*Take a look at the preview file to see a sample lapbook, as well as what all is included.
What do I still need?
• research materials (computer lab or library)
• manila folders or construction paper
• colored pencils / markers / crayons
THAT'S IT :)
*Please know that this product very, very closely follows the U.S. State Elementary Research Project product. Instead of doing the research in a worksheet format, students get to record information in the foldables within their lapbooks.
PLEASE NOTE This download is NOT included in the States and Capitals Unit.
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