50 States Of America Lesson Plans
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- 50 State Quarters
Program- In case you're new to the program, here's how it works:
In 1999, the United States Mint began striking a new quarter about
every ten weeks to honor one of the 50 states that is, five new
quarters every year until the program ends. The quarters are struck
in the same order as the states' "birthdays."
and Washington, D.C.- In this unit, students learn and practice
capitalizing names of cities, states, countries, streets, buildings,
bridges, and geographical places around the theme of Washington,
- Our Government
Scavenger Hunt - Students go on a paper scavenger hunt to learn about
the United States Constitution and government.
Super Cities - Did you ever want to move to another city in the United
States? If so, come travel with us on a Super City Search. Researchers,
start your engines!
Names- Using multiple representations, students analyze the frequency
of letters that occur in the names of all 50 states.
States All the Way- Students will love to learn about their country's
patriotic symbols and will have a book that will show their pride at the
conclusion of the lesson.
States of America Tag - Students will by the end of this game have
had review on the general location of where each state in the USA is located.
Destination - Students use their research skills to collect and present
information in persuasive speeches by acting as travel agents trying to
persuade classmates to visit their states while on vacation.
- Who Wants
to Be a Millionaire in the U.S.A.? - Students learn facts and select
information about other states by playing a form of Who Wants to be a
Millionaire? where they create questions and gather information to answer
questions by using a variety of reference sources.