I need to show this in class

An infographic of the etymology and cultural origins of the names that made the ?United States of America.

What's your state good at?

State mottos.

Free apps list

50 flags of the United States Infographic

You failed. OUTSTANDING! Important to share with students. Will use this clip in class. F.A.I.L. = First Attempt In Learning

How to Become President of the U.S. Poster

student passports for geography class

The 50 States | ShopPigment

Literacy-rich environments, as endorsed by the International Reading Association, have a significant impact on what goes on in the classroom and set the stage for interactions with a wide variety of genres ... Depending on student level and the content area, elements of a literacy-rich environment include, but are not limited to:

I think this is neat to just have handy. Instead of having to look through the big long document I or general education teachers can have this and it is easy and quick to get quick information to use within your class and teaching for these students.

Where is our Food from?- Kid World Citizen

United States Constitution Unit: 14 fun lessons to teach the U.S. Constitution!

Food By State

Bad Map

Good-bye rituals--my kids would love this!

Great State Plates Project- could change it up to another social studies project but use the plates.

great teaching blog

Tangerine print of the East coast states by www.orangeandpark.com

The Inspired Classroom: State Brochure