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    $6 States Across America Research Project This project uses higher level thinking skills in order to learn about a state in America as well as learning research skills. It involves researching, gathering facts, creating, and presenting. Your students will incorporate reading, writing, and humanity skills. There are three parts to the project: the poster, the written report, and the oral presentation.

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    Bingo-United States State and Capital Review from Mrs. Mc's Shop on TeachersNotebook.com - (40 pages) - This is a great way to review the states and their capitals. It can be used as an introduction by allowing the children to have a list of the states and their capitals or announcing the combination of the state and the capital at first. As they build the

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This State in a Bag project helps your students develop research and presentation skills. As students research their chosen state they create a project that will teach the class about that state's geography, economy, sports, history, resources, and tourism.

State project: Can be completed with current event in that state on topic related to what we are discussing in class.

This State in a Bag project helps your students develop research and presentation skills. As students research their chosen state they create a project that will teach the class about that state's geography, economy, sports, history, resources, and tourism. They really enjoy making these projects, but they really enjoy watching to see what objects their classmates put in their bags. 10 pages

A layout to be used with biographies. Students create a poster project in lieu of a report....

From BEACHY TEACH - FREE Students use their research skills to find information about their chosen state. Students learn about the state's location, population, Native American tribes in that state, and many other exciting facts. This is a great way to assess how well your students can research independently.