Social Studies

Report Instructions


  1. The first step of the report is to collect information from books and websites.  

  2. The second step is to write a research report based on the information the students have gathered.

  3. The third step is to create a float (at home) to represent their state visually and be prepared to present it to the class as well as be informed enough to answer questions.  If you'd like to see some examples, please click on the PDF document here: State Float Examples-pictures  

The instructions are found on Mrs. Roth's Newsletter and Handout Page.  To jump to that page, please click the link below.  


Enchanted Learning-50 States

Check out each state with Enchanted Learning.

Kids USA

Learn about the states with this website.

AV Book Site

Use the AV book code from the front of the school's state books to learn more about your assigned state.

Fact Monster

Use Fact Monster to learn about a state.

US Geography Games

Use these games to learn and memorize the states.

Washington State Map

A Washington elevation map with some landforms labeled


Examples of Landforms in Washington

Wikipedia's list of specific landforms of Washington State.

Quick Facts for Washington State

This is Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids sharing the basics about our state.

Class Brain: Washington State

A collection of imformative links about our great state!

Travel Washington

A photo gallery of hot spots in Washington state.

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