These Tennessee State Books for Kids are sure to please and fascinate your children as they learn all about the state of Tennessee.
These books contain so much information about the long and varied History of this great State as well as stories about people from Tennessee. Make certain to check out our 50 states unit study as well!
The following Tennessee-themed books for kids cover all aspects of the home-school education coin – from picture books to workbooks; from learning to read up to chapter books!
You’ll find that these books are targeted at various ages and all offer a story or facts that revolve around the state of Tennessee. Take the time to turn the pages with your kids.
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Can you use these books for homeschooling?
These Tennessee books for kids would be great to use as a supplement for your learning. There are pages upon pages filled with interesting facts and important stories about history.
Children’s Books About Tennessee
Check out this list of children's books about Tennessee so that you can explore more together about this state and stories from it.
From Memphis to Nashville to the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee is a musical mecca! Country, bluegrass, blues, and rock and roll all went through important developments here. Young readers will enjoy learning about Tennessee's rich heritage and beautiful landscapes. This book also explores Tennessee industries, foods, festivals, and more.
Ready to study Tennessee State History in a fun, hands-on way? Gather up the entire family and get ready to explore! Our comprehensive State History Lapbooks and Lapbook Journals are designed so that all age groups can study together.
Does your child love to draw? This easy guide will teach them how to draw certain sights and symbols from Tennessee.
The perfect reference guide for students in grades 3 and up - or anyone! This handy, easy-to-use reference guide is divided into seven color-coded sections which includes Tennessee basic facts, geography, history, people, places, nature and miscellaneous information. Each section is color coded for easy recognition.
This 180 day, reproducible Social Studies Daily Workbook will introduce your students to fun, fascinating, and fast facts about their state. Each day, your class will learn valuable information to supplement the social studies curriculum. Skills covered in these daily lessons include reading comprehension, basic math computation, spelling, and new vocabulary words.
Take a visual journey back in time with the artwork of Suzanne Barrett Justis and the writings of JS Moore. Learn about the Native Americans and their interactions with the Spanish Conquistadors. Discover where the state of Tennessee got it's name. Find out more about Daniel Boone and the Wilderness Trail. Settle with the pioneers at the Netherland Inn.
This book will teach you and the kids a ton of facts about Tennessee. Read through the pages to learn more!
From the rural serenity of the Smoky Mountains to the Country Music Capital of the World, Tennessee is a state that is rich in history and culture. Readers will be entranced by how this splendid heritage continues to influence the government, industry, and residents of Tennessee today.
Count on Us: A Tennessee Number Book is the fitting follow-up title to the successful children's pictorial V is for Volunteer: A Tennessee Alphabet. This fun, colorful, and the superbly informative book teaches children about numbers using recognizable places, events, and facts from this great state.
Known for its diverse and robust music scene, down-home cooking, and breathtaking vistas, Tennessee has developed a rich and unique culture throughout its history. Readers will journey through the states most exciting locations as they learn about its history, geography, and government. They will also read about the states most famous residents and local traditions.
Little Man throws the meanest fastball in town. But talking is a whole different ball game. He can barely say a word without stuttering—not even his own name. So when he takes over his best friend’s paper route for the month of July, he’s not exactly looking forward to interacting with the customers. But it’s the neighborhood junkman, a bully and thief, who stirs up real trouble in Little Man’s life.
Beginning with the legend of how a young Cherokee boy earned the name Dragging Canoe and weaving its way through three centuries, this book treats history not as a collection of names and dates, but as real-life drama filled with strong characters and vivid emotions.
I’m Reading About Tennessee is a 48-page colorful book that helps students learn what makes Tennessee unique. I’m Reading about Tennessee helps early readers learn fun and interesting facts about Tennessee. The colorful illustrations, bold, vibrant art, kid-friendly text, and photographs help bring the state to life.
Working in an American primitive style animated by the humor and storytelling genius for which he is renowned, Caldecott Winner artist Paul O. Zelinsky puts oils to cherry and maple for this tall-tale competition between a Tennessee woods-woman extraordinaire and a hungry, fearsome bear.
Explore the amazing state of Tennessee. How they became a state, the explorers who founded it, the civil war, the culture, the statehood. Gaze at some of the landmark pictures and find out fun facts about Tennessee Great for 5 to 12 year olds, for book reports or SA’s. Discover Tennessee today and learn about a Great state in the United States Of America.
This reproducible book is an introduction to your great state. Kids will learn about their state history, geography, presidents, people, places, nature, animals, and much more by completing these enriching activities.
From A to Z, you'll discover Tennessee's mountains, music, and mammals. V is for Volunteer stimulates children to learn about their state through familiar Tennessee icons like the Grand Ole Opry and Graceland. And even lifelong Tennesseans may learn something new about the Jubilee Singers and W.C. Handy.
This list of books is proof that if you take the time to learn a bit about states, there is really a lot of information to be found! Start going through these together as a family and you’ll be impressed, too. I learned a ton of information right along with the kids!
Which of these books about Tennessee are you going to have the kids read first?