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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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Unit Study Supplement: Missouri Facts, U.S. 24th State

Nestled between eight states near the geographical center of the U.S., is the state of Missouri. Known for its grassy plains, Ozark Mountains, and towering Gateway Arch, the Show-Me state has quite a lot to show. It’s the central meeting place for the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. The Missouri River, the largest river in North […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Colorado Facts, U.S. 38th State

Colorado has a lot going on, between its beautiful nature and its deep history. Did you know that the state got the name Colorado, which is Spanish for “colored red,” because of the river that runs through it? It is also one of the states that make up the Four Corners National Monument! Discover more […]

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Unit Study Supplement: New York Facts, U.S. 11th State

Located in the northeastern United States, New York is one of the most recognized states in the world. Its largest city, New York City, is home to an impressive array of skyscrapers, as well as many well-known tourist attractions including the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, and Central Park. With so much to learn about […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Arkansas Facts, U.S. 25th State

Ever since Arkansas’ humble beginnings, it has been known for its nature.  After all, the first settlement was created to sell furs because of the large wildlife population. Now, Arkansas is known as the Natural State, and rightly so: over half of the state is covered in forests! Even the name of the state comes […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Kentucky Facts, U.S. 15th State

In 1808, two very famous leaders were born just miles away from each other in the state of Kentucky: Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis, the two leaders of the Civil War. While Kentucky was the 15th state to be established, it still had a large role in the development of the United States. Why not […]

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Unit Study Supplement: South Carolina Facts, U.S. 8th State

As one of the original 13 colonies, South Carolina is a state rich with history.  For example, did you know that the first battle of the Civil War took place in this state?  Or that Charleston is the oldest city, founded in 1670? As part of Time4Learning’s full series of United States unit study supplements, […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Louisiana Facts, U.S. 18th State

Louisiana is definitely a melting pot of multiple cultures. It has a deep history blended with French, African, American, and French-Canadian influences. Because of this, there are two words that are distinct to Louisiana: Cajun (French-Canadian influenced) and Creole (native-born Louisiana residents). Those are just a couple of the fun facts about Louisiana that you’ll […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Texas Facts, U.S. 28th State

It is often said that “Everything is bigger in Texas.” And there are some facts to back this claim. The Dallas/Fort Worth Airport is actually larger than the borough of Manhattan in New York City! Plus, the Texas State Capitol, in Austin, is larger in area than any other United States capitol building. Those are […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Florida Facts, U.S. 27th State

The very first region of the continental United States to be explored and settled by Europeans was the area now called “Florida.” Interestingly, though, it was over 300 years before it became the 27th state to join the Union. And that is just one fascinating fact that your homeschooler can learn about this southern state. […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Arizona Facts, U.S. 48th State

On February 14, 1912, the last of the contiguous (sharing a common border) states was added to the Union — the state of Arizona. Only Hawaii and Alaska joined the United States after AZ. Although it was late to statehood, Arizona’s timeline before and after admission is an interesting one. Why not dig deeper into […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Massachusetts Facts, U.S. 6th State

On February 6, 1788, the Province of Massachusetts Bay officially became the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the sixth state to join the Union. Did you notice that phrase “Commonwealth of Massachusetts” instead of “state of Massachusetts?” Yes, MA is definitely a state, but because the word commonwealth is used in the original state constitution, it can […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Michigan Facts, U.S. 26th State

Did you know that the state of Michigan has over 64,000 inland lakes and ponds? Or did you know that the first European settlement in what is now Michigan was formed to create a base for Catholic mission work? In this state study, you’ll learn many interesting facts about Michigan’s history and geography, and you’ll […]

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