{free} Ohio State Printables

Monday, September 10, 2012

{free} Ohio State Printables

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In preparation for next year’s study of the USA I am creating State Printable Packs for our unit – From Sea to Shinning Sea! Studying the US States is a great way to get to know our great country, meet famous Americans, learn about natural habitats & their animals, famous landmarks, history, and have LOTS of fun!! I am thrilled that my Preschooler & 1st grader can learn side-by-side! The packs have lots of activities suitable for kids Preschool – 5th+ grade! Did I mention it is FREE!!
I will share more about how we are using them later, but basically we have BIG binders with a tab for each state. Each state pack has:
  • State Fact sheet (blank & filled in – I suggest using the blank one for older children and the filled in one for younger children who do not have the skills or patience to fill it in)
    • Nickname
    • Capital
    • Chief Products
    • Brief History
    • Things to Sea
    • Weather
  • State Fact Sheet #2
    • Where is the state in the US?
    • Longitude & Latitude Map Skills
    • Math Activity as you travel from state to state
    • Did you Know section
    • Population & Size Graphs
  • Map Work (including time zone activity)
  • Number practice (from 1-50) – practice writing and counting
  • Plant Cards (common to the state)
  • Animal Cards (common to the state)
  • Practice writing letters A to Z –twice
  • OTHER – You will find about 20 sheets of other activities. These will incorporate educational skills with facts about the state. For example you may use a measure to see how tall the Missouri Gateway Arch is compared to the Willis Tower. Or you may learn skip counting with the Wright brothers. Play a KFC Chicken Sight Reading Game when learning about Kentucky or roll your Way through the Indianapolis Speedway. Learn about Nocturnal animals and coal. Or build a shape car while learning about Michigan’s Henry Ford.  Each pack is different in this area – so browse for the activities that fit your child’s needs, interests, and skills.
Grab your {free} Ohio State Printables by clicking on the image below.
Do you live in this state? If you live here & notice I missed a major thing from your state PLEASE let me know! I do research, but if I miss something big about your state please shoot me an email and I will add it to the pack =-)
Spring 2012 Vacation 098
If you are interested in seeing a little more about Ohio, check out our trip to the Cincinnati Museum Hub and  Drive Thru Safari Park here.
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For more {free} US State printables and information about this From Sea to Shinning Sea Unit click on the image below:
These units do take time to prepare in a thoughtful, fun, educational way. I am grateful for your kind comments and encouragement as I continue to provide free printables for everyone to enjoy! Thank you! And happy learning!


  1. Thank you for sharing your work. So kind of you.

  2. Thank you so much for your kindness!!

  3. I can't get enough of these! They are amazing! Thank you for sharing : )

  4. Thank you so much for sharing! FYI: On the Ohio map page, the instructions in the upper right hand corner of what to label are for Kentucky.

  5. Thanks for putting these together! There are some typos in the Ohio printables, though.