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States – Teacher Resources

Explore the history, geography, and government of the fifty United States with these teaching resources. Use our lessons, printables, and quizzes to review state capitals with your students. You will find plenty of maps and crossword puzzles to help students learn about U.S. regions and states. Discover interesting facts and figures about the fifty states with references on the U.S. Census, elections, the American flag, and much more for elementary, intermediate, and high school students.


U.S. Map with State Capitals
Map of Southeast United States
United States Map (Outline)
Map of Northeast United States
Quiz: Northeast U.S. State Capitals
Map of Midwest United States
State Word Search
More Popular United States Printables

Lesson Plans

Immigrant Families
Name That State
Make a Map Jigsaw Puzzle
Finding Postal Codes for States
National Inspirer 4.0
Great Mail Race Survey
Letter for Great Mail Race
More United States Lesson Plans


Quiz: Southeast United States
Quiz: Midwest U.S. State Capitals
Quiz: Southeast U.S. State Capitals
Quiz: Midwest United States
Quiz: Know Your States
Quiz: The United States: West Region
Quiz: Southwest U.S. State Capitals
More United States Quizzes


Spanish Place Names
State Capitals and Largest Cities for Each State
U.S.-Cuba Relations
Ethnic Concentrations in the United States
Fifty Fun Facts About the Fifty U.S. States
U.S. States by Order of Entry into the Union
List of Firsts for U.S. Cities
More Popular United States References

United States Maps

Map of U.S. Regions
Map Library
Map of North America
Map of Southwest United States
Mid Atlantic
Map of Western United States
United States Maps Gallery
More United States Maps

Bulletin Board Ideas

United States Flag Bulletin Board
United States Flag Bulletin Board Example

Games & Puzzles

State Capital Word Search
The Original Thirteen States Crossword
Find the State
Alabama Crossword Puzzle
Name That State
North Dakota Crossword Puzzle
Texas Crossword Puzzle
More United States Word Puzzles

Flag Day Resources

American Flag (in color)
50 Stars and 13 Stripes
"Star-Spangled Banner"
United States Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
More Flag Facts
Flag Facts
When and How to Display the U.S. Flag
More Flag Day – Teacher Resources

Fourth of July Resources

Symbols of the United States
U.S. Patriotism, Volume II: Printable Book (Grades K-5)
U.S. Patriotism, Volume I: Printable Book (Grades K-5)
Blank American Flag
Betsy Ross Flag Company
More Fourth of July – Teacher Resources

Art, Music, & Drama Activities for States

The Bill of Rights
My Book of Washington, D.C.
Flags of the U.S.A. Mini-Book
My State
Patriotic Mobile
Let's Make a Collage About the United States
The Star-Spangled Banner II
More United States Art, Music, & Drama Activities

Mathematics & States Connected

U.S. Immigration
Create Your Own Form
Population of the United States by Sex and Race, 1970 - 2004
Hawaii Commemorative Quarter
U.S. Weights and Measures
Population of the United States, From 1980 to 2010
Population of the United States by State
More United States Activities for Math Class

Science & States Connected

How Do You Read a Weather Map?
National Scenic Trails
Length of the U.S. Coastline by State
Winter Weather Across America
Lessons from a Lake
Will Global Warming Change the U.S. Climate?
Oil for Energy
More United States Resources for Science Class

Literature & States Connected

Coretta Scott King Award Winners
Historical Sites Project
Rhyming States
A Year Down Yonder Discussion Questions
A Year Down Yonder Curriculum Connections
Distant Enemy
A Long Way from Chicago and A Year Down Yonder
More United States Literature Resources

Language Arts & States Connected

Battle of the Alamo Reading Warm-Up
State Scavenger Hunt
Iowa and Kansas Crossword Puzzles
Vermont Crossword Puzzle
The Midwestern States Word Search
The Rocky Mountain States Word Search
The New England States Crossword Puzzle II
More Popular States Resources for Language Arts

States Resources for U.S. History

Learn About the California Gold Rush
Louisiana Purchase
National Monuments in the U.S.
U.S. State Mottoes
List of State Nicknames
Origin of U.S. State Names
Nicknames of U.S. State Residents
More Popular States Resources for U.S. History

State Resources for U.S. Government

U.S. State Resident Population Estimates, 2005
States in the U.S. That Received the Most Immigrants in 2001
Overview of the Presidents: Basic Facts & Figures
Residency Requirements for Voting in the U.S.
Governors of the Fifty States
Presidential Conventions
State Offices Matching Quiz - Answer Key
More State Resources for U.S. Government

U.S. Geography Resources

Geography & Maps Printables Slideshow
New England
USPS State Abbreviations
Fun State Facts Printables Slideshow
Quiz: Know Your State Capitals
Quiz: Western U.S. State Capitals
New Jersey State Map with Physiography
More Popular U.S. Geography Resources

New England Resources

The Tale of Sacco and Vanzetti
Old Sturbridge Village
Massachusetts Crossword Puzzle
Map of Connecticut
Maine Crossword Puzzle
Connecticut Crossword Puzzle
New Hampshire Crossword Puzzle
More New England Resources

Middle Atlantic Resources

The Harlem Renaissance
Maryland Crossword Puzzle
Map of Delaware
American History Reading Warm-Up: The Quakers
West Virginia
More Middle Atlantic Resources

Midwest United States Resources

Illinois Crossword Puzzle
Missouri Crossword Puzzle
A Reader's Guide for My Ántonia
Michigan Crossword Puzzle
Wisconsin Crossword Puzzle
Map of Illinois
Indiana Crossword Puzzle
More Midwest United States Resources

Southern States Resources

Florida Word Puzzle
South Carolina Crossword Puzzle
Mardi Gras or Carnival
Georgia Crossword Puzzle
Tennessee Crossword Puzzle
Map of Arkansas
Arkansas Crossword Puzzle
More Southern States Resources

Rocky Mountain Resources

Facts about Utah
New Mexico Word Puzzle
Map of Arizona
Map of Colorado
Map of Idaho
Utah and Wyoming Crossword Puzzles
Idaho and Montana Crossword Puzzles
More Rocky Mountain Resources

Pacific Coast Resources

Tlingit Indians and Their Environment Activity Worksheet
California Crossword Puzzle
Hawaii II Word Search
When the U.S. Bought Alaska
Alaska Word Search
The California Gold Rush Little Book
Map of California
More Pacific Coast Resources

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