Whether you are learning about US States for Kids in class or taking a family roadtrip, these free printable, 50 States Worksheets will help kids have fun while learning about key facts and unique features of states.
The United States of America is huge country, the 4th largest in the world, filled with a great diversity of people, landscape, weather, and economy. Our major rivers the Mississippi and Missouri rivers combine to form the fourth largest river system in the world. In the 1800s these rivers were the only practical way for settlers to get their goods to other states or countries through the port in New Orleans. The last state to be added was Hawaii, in 1959 and is made up entirely by islands. Did you know the first person to walk on the moon was from the US? Or that we consume more petroleum than any other country? Better yet, have you seen the amazing national parks that have been preserved like Yellowstone, the Grand Canyon, and Yosemite thanks to President Teddy Roosevelt? There are so many interesting and wonderful things to learn about America.
How will you use these free worksheets? Will you take a year to study the United States with kids. Perhaps you are learning about your own state, or are studying US history. Or maybe you are sneaking some summer learning about the states you visit on your summer roadtrip –
Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – these 50 states worksheets are a great template for you to print. Now read a book about the states and fill out the form with pens, #2 pencils, crayons, markers, colored pencils, or whatever else you prefer to write with for an easy unit study that will fascinate children of all ages.
50 States Worksheets
If you are studying the US States for Kids with elementary age kids (Kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade) you are going to want to grab these 50 state worksheets. These blank state worksheets works for any of the 50 states.
Printable State Fact Sheets
This form is blank so you can fill it in based on the state you are studying. In the state-specific packets below you can choose to print ones that are already filled in if using it more as a teaching aid than a research worksheets. The state fact sheets include space to write down the state:
- Chief Products
- Brief History
- Things to See
50 states printable worksheets
- 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)
- Plants & Animals
United States Worksheets
Teaching Kids about the United States of America
United States for Kids
- American Symbols & Landmarks (hands on activities and free printables too)
- Free State Coloring Pages
- Handy Free State Capitals List to study, learn, and reference
- 6 week Colonial America Unit with tons of clever activities, crafts, and free printables
- Revolutionary War Unit for kids that explores this period of history in 4 weeks through free lapbook, clever activities and crafts
- Keep learning about American History with this fun, engaging Westward Expansion Unit for Kids
- Teach kids about the Civil War with tons for free printable flip books, worksheets, games and more!
Looking for a simpler way to learn about the 50 states? Try this FREE Printable 50 States Coloring Book perfect for summer learning! Help kids learn the 50 states and their capitals in this fun, FREE State Capitals Game. Perhaps you are ready to dive a little deeper and learn about the US Presidents in this handy, FREE United States Presidents Book (in color or black & white).
US State Resources for Kids
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