Is your child interested in learning about the United States of America? This resource list for the 50 States Unit Study Guide integrates social studies, language arts, geography, and history into a comprehensive study of all 50 states.
With printables, worksheets, puzzles, activities, games, and coloring pages, your child will learn by applying the lessons in so many fun ways.
This is an immersive way of teaching your child the facts and characteristics of each of the states. Booklists, crafts, and supplementary resources are provided for each state.
This unit study will go into detail about each of the 50 states. We even have great resources for traveling the States with your children!
50 State Unit Study Guide Resources:
The states are listed alphabetically to make it easier for you to find the one you are looking for.
First, however, are some links to things for learning about all of the states, not just individual states. 🙂
- 50 States Unit Study – 700 Pages of Printables
- Learning States and Capitals with Family Game Night
- Check out these 12 Fun Roadside Attractions to See in the US!
- Love these 14 Games to Learn the States for your children. You will all have a blast playing them!
- Check out the Popular and Tasty Food from 50 States!
- Don’t miss out on these Educational and Fun USA Landmarks Flashcards!
All three of my children fell in love with this video about the states and their capitals – to this day, they can sing the entire song.
Feel free to click the state name below to be taken directly to that state.
Alabama is a state located in the southeastern United States. It is bordered by Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, and Florida and the Gulf of Mexico to the south. Birmingham is the largest city in Alabama, followed by Montgomery.
The state has a humid subtropical climate, with hot, humid summers and mild winters. Alabama is home to several major industries, including agriculture, forestry, mining, manufacturing, and tourism.
The state is also known for its rich cultural heritage, which includes music, art, literature, and food.
Alabama’s diverse landscape and climate make it an ideal destination for outdoor recreation, and the state’s parks and forests offer opportunities for hiking, camping, fishing, and more.
14 Pages: Alabama State Unit Study
Alaska is the largest state in the US, covering an area of 663,268 square miles. It is also the least populous state, with a population of just over 730,000 people.
Despite its small population, Alaska is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including bears, moose, eagles, and caribou.
The state is also known for its stunning natural scenery, including mountains, forests, and glaciers. Travelers to Alaska can enjoy activities such as hiking, fishing, and dog sledding.
14 Pages: Alaska State Unit Study
Books about Alaska for Kids
Arizona is a state located in the southwestern United States. It is bordered by California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico.
The capital of Arizona is Phoenix and the largest city is Tucson. The state was admitted to the Union on February 14, 1912 as the 48th state.
The state’s name comes from the Spanish word for “arizona,” which means “arid zone.” Arizona is known for its desert climate and landscape.
The state has a diverse population with a significant Native American presence. Arizona is also home to the Grand Canyon, one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
Tourism is an important industry in Arizona, and the state is a popular destination for both domestic and international travelers.
14 Pages: Arizona State Unit Study
Books about Arizona for Kids
Interesting Facts about Arizona (for kids)
Arkansas is a state located in the southeastern region of the United States. The state’s name is derived from the French name for the Quapaw people, a Native American tribe who settled in the area during the 18th century.
Arkansas is bordered by six states: Missouri to the north, Tennessee and Mississippi to the east, Louisiana to the south, Texas to the southwest, and Oklahoma to the west.
The capital and largest city is Little Rock, located in the central part of the state. Arkansas covers an area of 113,733 square miles (295,356 square kilometers) and has a population of 3 million people.
The state’s economy is based on agriculture, manufacturing, forestry, and tourism.
Some of the most popular tourist destinations in Arkansas include Hot Springs National Park, Eureka Springs, and Crater of Diamonds State Park.
14 Pages: Arkansas State Unit Study
Books about Arkansas for Kids
14 Pages: California State Unit Study
Books about California for Kids
Free California State Fact File Worksheets
Kid-Friendly Things to do in Los Angeles
14 Pages: Colorado State Unit Study
Books about Colorado for Kids
Free State Fact File Worksheets
14 Pages: Connecticut State Unit Study
14 Pages: Delaware State Unit Study
Books about Delaware for Kids
Kid-Friendly Things to do in Delaware
14 Pages: Florida State Unit Study
Fun Freebie for Kids to Learn about Florida
REVIEW: Disney World Orlando VIP Tour of Magic Kingdom
14 Pages: Georgia State Unit Study
Books about Georgia for Kids
14 Pages: Hawaii State Unit Study
14 Pages: Idaho State Unit Study
Books about Idaho for Kids
Idaho Crafts for Children
14 Pages: Illinois State Unit Study
14 Pages: Indiana State Unit Study
Books about Indiana for Kids
14 Pages: Iowa State Unit Study
Books about Iowa for Kids
14 Pages: Kansas State Unit Study
Books about Kansas for Kids
14 Pages: Kentucky State Unit Study
14 Pages: Louisiana State Unit Study
14 Pages: Maine State Unit Study
Travel through Maine:
Check out Visiting Portland, Maine with Kids
14 Pages: Maryland State Unit Study
14 Pages: Massachusetts State Unit Study
3 Must See Places to Take Kids in Boston and Beyond
14 Pages: Michigan State Unit Study
**coming soon** Books about Michigan for Kids
14 Pages: Minnesota State Unit Study
14 Pages: Mississippi State Unit Study
Books about Mississippi for Kids
Mississippi Crafts for Children
Hotel Review: Beau Rivage – Biloxi, MS
14 Pages: Missouri State Unit Study
**coming soon**Books about Missouri for Kids
14 Pages: Montana State Unit Study
Montana Crafts for Children
14 Pages: Nebraska State Unit Study
**coming soon**Books about Nebraska for Kids
14 Pages: Nevada State Unit Study
Books about Nevada for Kids
Nevada Crafts for Children
Free Nevada State Fact File Worksheets
14 Pages: New Hampshire State Unit Study
Books about New Hampshire for Kids
14 Pages: New Jersey State Unit Study
Books about New Jersey for Kids
14 Pages: New Mexico State Unit Study
New Mexico Crafts for Children
Free New Mexico State Fact File Worksheets
14 Pages: New York State Unit Study
Books about New York for Kids
Travel Around New York:
5 Places to See by Bike in NYC
Kid Friendly Things to Do in Brooklyn, NY
14 Pages: North Carolina State Unit Study
North Carolina Crafts for Children
14 Pages: North Dakota State Unit Study
Books about North Dakota for Kids
North Dakota Crafts for Children
Free North Dakota State Fact File Worksheets
14 Pages: Ohio State Unit Study
14 Pages: Oklahoma State Unit Study
Books about Oklahoma for Kids
14 Pages: Oregon State Unit Study
Books about Oregon for Kids
Oregon Crafts for Children
14 Pages: Pennsylvania State Unit Study
Books about Pennsylvania (for Children)
Travel Around Pennsylvania:
14 Pages: Rhode Island State Unit Study
Free Rhode Island State Fact File Worksheets
14 Pages: South Carolina State Unit Study
14 Pages: South Dakota State Unit Study
Books about South Dakota for Kids
14 Pages: Tennessee State Unit Study
208 Kid-Friendly Things to See and do in Tennessee
14 Pages: Texas State Unit Study
Kid-Friendly Things to do in Dallas
14 Pages: Utah State Unit Study
14 Pages: Vermont State Unit Study
Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa Hotel Review
14 Pages: Virginia State Unit Study
14 Pages: Washington State Unit Study
Books about Washington for Kids
Washington Crafts for Children
Free Washington State Fact File Worksheets
14 Pages: West Virginia State Unit Study
West Virginia Crafts for Children
Free West Virginia State Fact File Worksheets
14 Pages: Wisconsin State Unit Study
Books about Wisconsin for Kids
Wisconsin Crafts for Children
14 Pages: Wyoming State Unit Study
Books about Wyoming for Kids