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Unit Study Supplement: North Dakota, U.S. 39th State

Did you know that there are more than twice as many cattle as people in North Dakota? It is the 19th largest state but also one of the least populated (under 800,000). So what is North Dakota known for? It is the US leader in production of honey (number one in the nation), durum and […]

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Unit Study Supplement: South Dakota Facts, U.S. 40th State

South Dakota is a state rich with Native American history and striking geography. Did you know that Mount Rushmore, the giant sculpture of four US presidents, is found in South Dakota? Did you know that another rock monument, the Crazy Horse Memorial, is still under construction in South Dakota and will be 563 feet tall […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Maryland Facts, U.S. 7th State

Did you know that Maryland is called “Little America”? Maryland is a relatively small state, however, there’s so much history and so much to do in this state that it’s been labeled “America in Miniature”. What is Maryland famous for? Aside from the role Maryland played in our history, Maryland is famous for its seafood, […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Ohio Facts, U.S. 17th State

The state of Ohio is a state of many firsts; did you know that the first traffic light was used in Cincinnati in 1914? Or that the famous inventor Thomas Edison was actually born in Milan, Ohio? There has been a debate for years over whether Ohio or North Carolina should be considered the birthplace […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Washington D.C. Facts

Washington, DC has breathtaking wetlands, rivers, streams, and remains as a unique American city because it was established by the Constitution of the United States to serve as the nation’s capital. The site of the District of Columbia along the Potomac River was first selected by President George Washington. This unit study supplement gives you […]

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Unit Study Supplement: William Henry Harrison, U.S. 9th President

William Henry Harrison was the ninth president of the United States, serving only a month in office before, unfortunately, becoming the first U.S. President to die in office. Harrison was a veteran of the army and served many years in politics, including as Governor of the Indiana Territory. Born and raised in Virginia, Harrison attended […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Utah Facts, U.S. 45th State

A theory that is largely accepted as a fact about Utah, is that its name is derived from the Native American tribe “Ute” which could mean “they who are higher up” or “people of the mountains”. However, the origin and etymology of the name Utah is unclear. Widely known as having the best snow on […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Alabama Facts, U.S. 22nd State

Did you know that the first rocket that took humans to the moon was built by workers from Alabama, making Huntsville,AL the rocket capital of the world? Or that the state’s official nut is the pecan? Perhaps, you might find it interesting to know that Alabama is Helen Keller’s birthplace? With Time4Learning’s series of United […]

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Unit Study Supplement: North Carolina Facts, U.S. 12th State

Resting along the coastline and containing rivers, forests, and mountains, the beautiful state of North Carolina not only offers gorgeous geography but great history as well. As one of the original 13 colonies, North Carolina’s historical legacy is strong; beginning some of the first initial attempts of colonization in the New World and holding stories […]

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Unit Study Supplement: John Adams, U.S. 2nd President

Education was taken seriously in the Adam’s family and John was very serious when it came to learning. He was not only homeschooled by his father and mother, but accompanied his dad in various trips abroad. This allowed him to gain an abundance of knowledge through his studies and travel. The wealth of knowledge he […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Theodore Roosevelt, U.S. 26th President

Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest president to serve and an extraordinary one. He worked very hard to improve the quality life for the average American. Born and raised in New York, Roosevelt was homeschooled, then went on to attend Harvard University and then later studied Law at Columbia. He entered the politics field afterwards, becoming a part […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Nevada Facts, U.S. 36th State

The rich history and diverse geography in Nevada creates a great study and wonderful visiting destination. Nevada is more famously known for its extravagant hotels and casinos in the city of Las Vegas. However, in this study, you will discover transitions Nevada experienced before entering the United States, reasons for statehood and familiarize yourself with […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Wisconsin State Facts, U.S. 30th State

Located in the north-central portion of the country, Wisconsin is one of 13 states that makes up the Midwestern U.S. As one of the leading producers of dairy in the U.S., particularly cheese, it’s no wonder Wisconsin is known as “America’s Dairyland”, or that residents are sometimes referred to as cheeseheads. This is part of […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Tennessee Facts, U.S. 16th State

Before European settlers even arrived to the land that would become Tennessee, two native American tribes had already made it their home. One of them, the Cherokees, established a small village called “Tanasi.” Once the land was being developed, settlers decided to keep the name of that small Cherokee Village. This led to the birth […]

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Unit Study Supplement: California Facts, U.S. 31st State

Home to world-famous technology companies, bustling metropolitan areas, movie stars and popular tourist attractions, it’s no wonder that California is a global innovator and trendsetter in a number of fields. Boasting over 1,000 miles of coastline on the pacific, California is the third largest state in the country. In addition to its seashores, the state […]

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