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It’s official. We are now, officially, half-way through our Explore: USA geography curriculum series!
This week’s stop in Montana marks the 26th state that we’ve explored throughout this project and they’ve all been so much fun!
Now, when you first think of Montana, you may start picturing mountain ranges and cattle ranches in your head, and while you wouldn’t technically be wrong, there is so much more to the Treasure State than that.
Montana State Study
Whether your child is interested in learning about famous figures from the state of Montana, the abundant wildlife that thrives in this northern state, or the contributions that it has made to the nation as a whole, there’s something for everyone in this week’s state study.
Montana Books for Kids
Over the past few weeks, as many of you have started planning out your next homeschool year, I have had quite a few people ask if the list of books at the end of each state study could be included within the post with links to make finding and rounding up the books a bit easier. So, from now on, each of the state studies will include the list of books both within the printable pages as well as within each of the posts.
As for the states that have already been published, I’ll be working my way back through those over the next few weeks to add those in.
M is for Montana (ABC Series) by Gayle Shirley
B is for Big Sky Country: A Montana Alphabet by Sneed B. Collard
Amazing Animals of Montana: Incredible True Stories by Gayle C. Shirley
Montana Wildlife: A Beginner’s Field Guide to the State’s Most Remarkable Animals by Gayle C. Shirley
What’s Great about Montana? by Darice Bailer
Crossing Montana by Laura Torres
Now buckle up road trippers! We’re heading north!