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Do you know which state first declared Christmas as a legal holiday or where the first 911 call was made?
Well, don’t worry if you don’t know, because we’re going to learn all of that and more with the first stop on our trip across America. The great southern state of Alabama!
Alabama State Study
This printable set is packed full of fun facts, coloring pages, handwriting practice, and so much more!
In this state study, we’ll figure out exactly what the state of Alabama has to offer! Throughout this first stop on our trip, you’ll learn about Helen Keller and Rosa Parks, where Alabama sits on a U.S. map, the capital city, and we’ll even spend a little time in the kitchen making a delicious Alabama treat!
Along with the rest of the packs, this Alabama state study makes a fantastic introduction to the United States for lower elementary and includes tons of activity ideas and ends with various book recommendations to extend your study should you choose.
Alabama Books for Kids
A Picture Book of Rosa Parks by David A. Adler
Alabama Native Americans by Carole Marsh
Y is for Yellowhammer: An Alabama Alphabet by Carol Crane
Helen’s Big World: The Life of Helen Keller by Doreen Rappaport and Matt Tavares
Alabama (From Sea to Shining Sea) by Kathy Feeney
Alabama Facts and Symbols by Emily McAuliffe
So, get pack your road trip bags! We’re going to explore all 50 states and we can’t wait to get started!