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Washington State Fact File Worksheets

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These Washington State Fact File Worksheets are the perfect worksheets for recording many facts about the state of Washington with your child. When doing your 50 states unit study this year, you can keep a complete notebook about the entire United States.

Washington is a great place to visit and is the only US state named after a President of the United States. There are so many fun facts to learn about this beautiful state! Now is the time to research!

Learning about the great states can be fun and engaging. These printable Washington state resources prove that!

Focusing on one state at a time provides great learning resources. This educational process will teach the kids much about the United States.

What’s the learning benefit of this printable?

It’s no secret that it can feel overwhelming to learn about the states. That’s because there is a lot to learn and so little time!

This is where these state fact files come into play! The pages focus on the specific state and highlight some main things to learn.

With this knowledge, the kids can work through all the states to gain varying knowledge. This is perfect for critical thinking skills—and more!



What’s included in these Washington State Fact File Worksheets?

These Washington State Fact Sheets include learning benefits of:

  • Capital
  • Abbreviation
  • Population
  • Year of Statehood
  • State Symbols
  • … and more!

I have homeschooled a few of my kids through upper elementary school.  The lack of 50 States Unit Studies is a huge problem when homeschooling them.  

I have found tons of coloring pages, and word finds, but nothing concrete about learning about history, special people, significant events, and typical industries!  So, I created it!

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Here are some excellent state learning resources from my shop. Simply click the picture to see:

These two worksheets are part of a 14-page workbook!  The Washington State Unit Study is a perfect week-long study about the first state! 

By completing the entire study, you and your child will learn so many interesting facts, people, and events about Delaware that your children will beg for more information! This is the perfect guide to Washington’s history for kids!

In addition to the state study homeschool curriculum, I am creating tons of State Study Guide resources to help you round out your child’s United States education.



Fun Ways to Use this Printable:

Once this simple printable is completed, it’s time for other fun state learning activities. There is always a way to learn more!

Here are a few simple ideas to get you started:

Find fun facts about Washington

Did you know that Washington state is a place of many wonders? It’s the only state named after a U.S. president—George Washington himself! But that’s not the only fun fact.

Washington is also home to the world’s first-ever Starbucks coffee shop, which opened in 1971 in Seattle.

If you love apples, you’re lucky because this state grows more apples than others in the U.S.! Plus, Spokane was the smallest city to host a World’s Fair, Expo ’74.

And if you think rain is cool, Washington’s Hoh Rainforest is one of the rainiest places in the country, making it lush and green.

Plan a trip to famous places in Washington

Picture visiting the enchanting Olympic National Park, where ancient forests and misty beaches seem plucked straight from a storybook.

Think of the awe in their eyes as they gaze atop the soaring Space Needle at the bustling city below. Visualize exploring interactive museums, like the Pacific Science Center, where hands-on exhibits bring learning to life.

And don’t forget the magical moments in Pike Place Market, where flying fish and local treats add excitement to every step.

Every destination promises a chapter of memories, making Washington the perfect canvas for a family trip painted with joy and discovery.

Think of creative ways to memorize the 50 states

Like composing a catchy song that lists the states, incorporating music can provide an auditory mnemonic device that sticks in memory. Interactive map puzzles and state labeling activities gamify the learning process, making it fun and tangible.

Crafting a states-and-capitals memory board game also encourages playful competition and repetition. Employing storytelling by attaching a unique tale to each state helps children visualize and recall states more effectively.

Lastly, flashcards with state facts and trivia can spark a child’s curiosity and anchor state names with exciting knowledge.

More US State Learning Resources

Discover the joy of learning about the United States with our engaging assortment of state-specific printables designed for curious minds!

deal for sparking a love for geography in young learners, these resources, filled with fun facts and creative activities, are perfect for hands-on discovery sessions.

Each sheet is a mini adventure across the American landscape, from colorful state flags and landmarks to notable historical figures and state symbols.

Ideal for classroom use and homeschooling, our printables make learning about the U.S. states enjoyable and encourage essential skills such as research, critical thinking, and comprehension.

Watch your child’s knowledge grow state by state as they explore, imagine, and learn!

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