50 States of America Printable Activities Set for Geography Fun
This 50 states printable activities set is fantastic for geography fun.
Your kids will have a blast as they learn and record facts and interesting things about the states in America.
Get creative ideas for enjoying these free printable geography activities with your kids and how to boost the learning fun!
Spark Curiosity of the 50 States of America for Your Kids
If you’re looking for a simple, fun, and FREE way to help your kids learn more about each of the 50 States in the America, you’ll love this set of printable activities!
Geography has been one of those homeschool subjects that my boys and I have touched upon but never really dove into.
And that’s actually my fault 😳
I’ve never been that into geography. I didn’t have much exposure to it in public school. And when I did, it didn’t seem to stick (I still have to think really hard about which capital goes to which state).
Plus, I’d focus on core subjects (like math, language arts, history, and science), leaving homeschool enrichment up in that air (which never works well for our homeschool – I need to have it written down as a reminder in my planner).
And geography isn’t even really enrichment! It’s part of social studies/history.
So, I’m taken the blame on this oversight 😉
Luckily, my boys love geography – and want to explore it more. This year, we’re taking a tour of America and part of those learning adventures includes these free 50 states printable activities 🇺🇸
What You’ll Find in this Free Set of 50 States Printable Activities
The layout of each page for the US states includes:
- State name in open font (meaning your student can color or doodle in each letter to decorate)
- State license plate – add colors, designs, numbers, motto, etc.
- State flag – draw and color
- Bordering states
- Interesting facts
- Color your state – find and color the state on a map of America
- Draw your capital – add details to the state like the capital, rivers, lakes, landmarks, and mountains
- State abbreviation
- State nickname
- State bird
- State flower
- Date it became a state – 3 boxes for the day, month, and year
- Notes – any other fun facts or information your kids would like to record about this state (including unique features, time zones, square miles, and more key facts)
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
Creative Ways to Extend the Learning Fun with These Geography Printables
To make the most of these special geography fun activities, I have a few suggestions for you and your kids:
- Provide a variety of coloring and writing tools like
- color pencils
- fine-tip markers
- erasable pens (this set is our favorite!)
- Print on white printer paper or cardstock (if you’d like extra durability)
- Laminate (or place in clear sheet protector) – write on with dry erase marker or crayon
- BONUS: Use as a placemat or poster to reinforce learning
- Make a binder to store and for a special keepsake and reference tool
- Pick how often you’ll work on a state page – daily, once a week, other choice (like 3 days a week)
- Choose a time of day to work on the page – during homeschool morning time, as a brain break, or afternoon activity
- Chat about your own state and the name of each state that borders it
- Talk about the different states that you’ve visited – and ones that you’d like to add to your bucket list
- Encourage your students to use the back of a state worksheet or two to place the names of the states in alphabetical order
Recommended Resources to Boost the Learning Fun with These Free 50 States Printable Activities
You can easily boost the geography learning fun about the 50 states of the United States of America with these resources. As always, I suggest searching your shelves and local library to see what gems you can find.
This year, my youngest boy and I are enjoying U.S. Geography Through Literature Pack K-3 from Beautiful Feet Books. Such a fantastic mix of books, hands-on activities, and more for learning all about the 50 states – review coming soon!
Here are more of our favorite ways to explore the 50 states:
Fifty States: Every Question AnsweredThe 50 States: Explore the U.S.A. with 50 fact-filled maps!Don’t Know Much About the 50 StatesGame Zone Great States Geography Board GameImagimake: Mapology USA with Capitals- Learn USA States Along with Their Capitals and Fun Facts- Fun Jigsaw Puzzle- Educational Toy for Kids Above 5 YearsMelissa & Doug USA Map Wooden Puzzle (45 pcs)Melissa & Doug USA Map Floor Puzzle (51 pcs, 2 x 3 feet), MultiLearning Resources Magnetic U.S. Map Puzzle – 44 Pieces, Ages 4+ Fun Puzzles for Kids, US Map, Geography for Kids, Kindergartner Learning ToysProfessor Noggin’s Geography of the United States – A Educational Trivia Based Card Game For Kids
Get Your Free 50 States Printable Activities Pack
High five! You’re on your way to enjoying extra special learning fun with your kids!
You may print as many copies of these states printable activities as you’d like to enjoy with your kids. If you have a friend or co-worker who might like to boost their geography fun, please share this post. I truly appreciate your sharing!
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Do you have another fun way to use this great resource of printable worksheets as part of your US geography lesson?
Wishing you tons of learning fun adventures!
We used your previous set last Summer and absolutely loved it! Thank you.
I realize these are free and I don’t want this to come across as ungrateful in any way, but do want to let you know there is a spelling error. You have facts spelled factts. Just thought I’d mention it in case you make a second edition.
So excited to use these to teach the states this coming year!!