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 Washington State Outline 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? Capitol Building and Coloring Page
- State Flag Describe the state flag.
- State Flower Why did Washington women want a state flower?
- State Fruit What is the state fruit?
- State Ship What kind of ship is the state ship?
- State Bird Who had the final vote for the state bird?
- State Fish What does anadromous mean?
- State Fossil What family is the state fossil a member of?
- State Gem What replaced wood fiber to make this gem?
- State Grass What is the state grass?
- State Tree Why was this tree chosen as the state tree?
- State Insect What is this insect also known as?
- State Song Who wrote the state song?
- State Folksong What is this song about?
- State Dance Who brought this dance west?
- State Tartan What does the background color represent?
- State Seal What did the jeweler use to make the first seal?
- State Motto What is the state motto and what does it mean?
- State Nickname Why was Washington given this nickname?
Washington Printable Pages - Learn more about Washington with these printable worksheets and coloring pages.
Washington State Symbols Quiz How much do you remember?
Washington Word Search - Find the Washington State Symbols.
Fun in the Kitchen - Apples are the largest agricultural product grown in Washington State.
Did You Know... List two interesting facts.
Postcard Place - Play this postcard game.
What IS This Thing? - Can you solve the mystery?
Boomerang Box - Hmmm, now this is something you don't see everyday. Check it out.
North Cascades National Park Coloring Page - North Cascades National Park was established on October 2, 1968. North Cascades National Park located in Washington is an alpine wilderness area featuring gold rush and logging campsites.
Brockman Memorial Tree Tour - An online adaptation of the original tour designed by Suzanne Hellmuth and Jock Reynold.
Bill Nye - Have some fun with Bill Nye, Seattle's Science Guy!
Golden Dreams - View this unique photo album online.
WaWizQuiz - Test your knowledge with a fast-paced game of history and trivia.
Send a Postcard - Send a Washington postcard to your family and friends.
Watersheds and Water Quality:
Wildlife and Habitats: Who lives in a Snag?
Solid Waste and Recycling:
- What's in our garbage?
- How much garbage do we make?
- Put waste in its place
- Where does it go?
- How do we reduce the amount of garbage we make?
- Close the loop - buy recycled products
- How does a landfill work?
- What goes where?
Household Hazardous Waste:
- What makes a household product hazardous?
- Play the "What Can Happen?" game
- What are some common hazardous products, and how can I identify others?
- What can I do to create less hazardous waste?
- Learn safer alternatives for hazardous products
- Take the household hazards quiz
Odd Washington Law: It was illegal to hunt ducks from a rowboat unless one were upright and visible from the waist up.