Alright road trippers, saddle up! We’re hitting the road again and the next stop on our geographical journey across the United States is the Midwestern state of Nebraska!
Now, you may be worried that it’s just another flat Midwestern state, but I promise, the history of the 37th state is anything but boring!
Nebraska State Study
When you think of the Cornhusker State, you may not be picturing a rain forest or the birthplace of the nation’s first Native American woman physician, but that’s exactly what you’re going to find in this week’s state study.
With this printable pack, your child will learn more about the female pioneers that Nebraska has produced, along with the various Native American tribes that have called Nebraska home.
You’ll learn all about the state’s symbols, how Arbor Day got its start, and so much more!
Nebraska Books for Kids
C is for Cornhusker: A Nebraska Alphabet by Rajean Lues Shepherd and Sandy Appleoff
Husker Numbers: A Nebraska Number Book by Rajean Luebs Shepherd and Sandy Appleoff
Nebraska (Portrait of America) by Kathleen Thompson
Seeds of a Nation – Nebraska by Tully-Riccie Cathleen
Nebraska Facts and Symbols by Emily McAuliffe
So, buckle up road trippers and let’s hit the road!