These state unit studies are designed to help children learn the geography of the United States and learn factual information about every state. These studies are great for children in the public and private education system as well as homeschooled children.
Print the United States Map and color each state as you study it. Keep map at the front of your notebook for use with each state.
Print the State Information Sheet and fill in the information as you find it.
Print the New Hampshire State Map and fill in the state capital, large cities and state attractions that you find.
Answer the following questions on lined paper in complete sentences.
- State Capital What is the capital?
- State Flag What is in the center of the flag?
- State Flower How many other flowers were in the running for the state flower?
- State Bird When was the state bird named?
- State Tree What did the Indians use the bark from this tree for?
- State Animal What else is this animal known as?
- State Insect What do these insects feed on?
- State Song Who wrote the state song?
- State Seal What ship is on the seal?
- State Motto Who wrote these words?
Did You Know... List two interesting facts.
Life at Eagle Pond - The poetry of Jane Kenyon and Donald Hall. Read the Ox-cart Man.
Wild New England - Explore Wild New England.
Wild Times - Click on the covers to read issues of Wild Times Magazine.
Famous Granite Staters - Find out who is from New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Photos - Click on the galleries to see some beautiful New Hampshire pictures.
Egg Project 2000 - Decorative eggs that represent New Hampshire. Make one of your own.
Seacoast Science Center - Scroll over the numbers for a virtual tour.
Odd New Hampshire Law: You cannot sell the clothes you are wearing to pay off a gambling debt.