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50 States Unit Study

Learning about all 50 states in the United States of America can be fun, most teachers present the subject very dry. Mostly since there just isn’t enough time in the day to cover everything they would like to. So, the 50 States Unit Study was created for both homeschool parents and teachers too. This unit allows students to explore each state with in-depth research, while adding in art, writing skills, reading comprehension, and a bit of math. The perfect addition to end your homeschool year when your homeschool student/s are bored of everything else, and you want to have fun while still learning.

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How To Teach The 50 States in America

The Specks:

The main part of the State unit Study is designed for your students to go at it alone! The questions consist of almost everything they can find in a good United States of America resource, there are good ones listed on the included resource page. The unit gets to the point of helping your student explore the United States of America and learn about each the 50 states. No fluff. There is no excess or over exertion of printables, so students can stay focused. If You just want to hand them the unit printable and a book, you can do that! If you want them to write a paper, and do crafts, you can do that too!

Included in the 50 States unit Study:

  • You have an instructional sheet and a supply list.
  • Students have a fully colored map of the United States of America with the state and its capital highlighted.
  • Students have a blank United States of America map.
  • Students have a two-sided State Research page.
  • Younger students have a one-page state research page that can be notebooked or hole punched.
  • There is a list of all 50 states with links to pronunciation and state facts.
  • There is a full resource page with a booklist, websites, and free videos.
  • There is a writing prompt page, God Bless America, Let’s Write! For ideas on essays your students can write about or expound upon.
  • There is a list of crafts on the America is Beautiful, Lets Craft! Page. Students can do these if time permits in your classroom.
  • There is a 5-paragraph essay outline to help students plan their writing.
  • A writing rubric for parents & teachers to grade essays.
  • Plus, any extra unit papers needed for doing some of the crafts.

This unit is suitable for grades 2-12, however younger students will need guidance through the curriculum. This unit should be fun, exciting and enjoyable for any of these grade levels and needs! Check out the article here.

Printer Friendly

The 50 States Unit Study is made to be hole punched along the bottom margin and inserted into a three-prong binder or folder. They are printer friendly, and they can be printed in black and white if you do not want the color some of them have.


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2 reviews for 50 States Unit Study | United States of America | State exploration

  1. Kennedy H.

    Looking for something quick, easy, and last minute to finish off my 10th grade class. these were perfect and the added resources top notch. thanks!

  2. Rebecca

    I needed something fast for my homeschoolers because we were tired of our history and social studies textbooks. These are perfect and cover exactly what it says. We traveled about the United States looking at different people exploring the land and making state recipes along the way! This was a life saver.

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