Free State Notebooking Pages eBook

Free State Notebooking Pages eBook at The Happy Housewife

For most of us, the school year is over, but we’re planning and buying materials for next year. I want to help you out with that by offering you this free eBook of State Notebooking Pages.

The first page of the eBook includes a generic form that can be used for all 50 states if you want your child to draw each state. The remaining pages (one for each state) include an outline of each state on the bottom part of the page for students to color and/or label.

Free State Notebooking Pages eBook at The Happy Housewife

On the top part of each page, students fill in information such as capital, state bird, flower, tree, etc., and a place to draw the flag (or they could always print one out and cut and paste).

This PDF is bookmarked so you can find and jump to whichever state you want. This eBook would be a great addition to a study of US or state geography.

Click the image or link below to download this free eBook.

State Notebooking Pages
State Notebooking Pages
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State Notebooking Pages with Answer Key
State Notebooking Pages with Answer Key
This PDF eBook contains notebooking pages for each state within the United States that can be used with any geography or American History curriculum or as a stand alone unit studying details about each of our 50 states.

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Comments

  1. this is a great resource! thanks!

  2. Thank you

  3. Jennifer H. says:

    Thank you for this great resource!

  4. I would love to have this printable, but the link only goes to the ad for Verizon. Thanks!

  5. What a wonderful free resource! Thank you for creating it and sharing it!

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