A weekly series is a great way to learn all about the 50 states of the Unites States of America. Each weekly installment is designed to stand on its own after the Introductory Pack and Region Pack, so you can teach the state packs as they are released or in any order that you wish. Each pack is designed so that you can use it with any resource that fits your teaching or learning styles from a book to the internet to a movie or more making it easy to integrate into any geography lessons you are currently doing.
What Do You Get In The Introduction Pack?
The first pack in the US State Study of the Week Weekly Series is the Introductory Pack. This pack will focus your child or student on learning about map reading and provides a handful of summary and tracking sheets for you and your student to use to track your progress through the entire series. This Introductory Pack also has a fun state flash card game set to Go-Fish that is played with the state names and capitals. Included in the Introductory Pack are the following education elements and activities:
Know-Want To Know-Learned Sheet
Where is the state you live in
Compass rose practice
State Bird Log
State Capital Log
State Flower Log
State Landmark Log
US State Study of the Week Capitol to State Card Game
After you complete the introductory pack it will be time to start getting your child or student ready to learn about the states by learning how the states are associated into Regions.
What Do You Get In The Regions Pack?
The second pack in the US State Study of the Week Weekly Series is the Regions Pack (Coming Soon). This pack helps your child or student learn how the individual states are clustered together into regions of the United States of America by common features that typically center on landforms or geographical areas. This pack is designed to help your child or student split the U.S.A. up into its geographical regions. Included in the US Regions Pack are the following education activities:
Region Labeling Exercises
Regional Map Guides
Region Wall Cards
After you complete the Introductory Pack and the Regions Pack it will be time for your child or student to start learning about the 50 states.
What Do You Get In a US State Study of the Week State Pack?
In each weekly installment of the US State Study of the Week Weekly Series State Packs you will be introduced to one individual state. The states will be presented in alphabetical order, but each is designed to be a standalone unit and can be taught in any order that you wish. Remember, the Introductory Pack includes checklists that can help you track information about each state as you learn about them. In each of the US State Study of the Week Weekly Series State Packs you will find activities for each of the following components for your child or student to master pertain to each of the individual states:
Creative Writing (Make a Travel Brochure)
Door Hanger (Completion Certificate)
State Flag Wall Card
State Wall Card
Each component is designed to help your child or student gain, reinforce, and expand their knowledge of the 50 states that make up the United States of America. By the end of this weekly series your child should be proficient and know where each state is, what region it belongs to, what its official bird is, what its flower is, be able to name its capital, be able to spell the state and capital, and be able to list off some interesting facts about each state.
Included in this bundle are the following packs:
Introductory Pack ~ Regions Pack ~ Alabama ~ Alaska ~ Arizona ~ Arkansas ~ California ~ Colorado ~ Connecticut ~ Delaware ~ Florida ~ Georgia ~ Great Lakes ~ Hawaii ~ Idaho ~ Illinois ~ Indiana ~ Iowa ~ Kansas ~ Kentucky ~ Louisiana ~ Maine ~ Maryland ~ Massachusetts ~ Michigan ~ Minnesota ~ Mississippi ~ Missouri ~ Montana ~ Nebraska ~ Nevada ~ New Hampshire ~ New Jersey ~ New Mexico ~ New York ~ North Carolina ~ North Dakota ~ Ohio ~ Oklahoma ~ Oregon ~ Pennsylvania ~ Rhode Island ~ South Carolina ~ South Dakota ~ Tennessee ~ Texas ~ Utah ~ Vermont ~ Virginia ~ Washington ~ West Virginia ~ Wisconsin ~ Wyoming