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It’s been a while since we added a new state study pack to our Explore: USA curriculum pack, but that changes today! The road trip across the country continues as we explore the great state of New Hampshire!
It may be one of our country’s smaller states, but don’t let that discourage you from learning about the Granite State.
New Hampshire State Study
There are some states that are known for their rich history and New Hampshire is certainly one of them. They’re known for holding on to that history and using it to guide their future as a state.
Not only were they one of the 13 original colonies, but they were the first to declare their independence from Great Britain, doing so about six months before the Declaration of Independence was signed, and they still choose to use their original state constitution making it the world’s oldest, continuously used functioning constitution.
But don’t let all of that history intimidate you!
We’re going to break it down and learn some amazingly fun facts about the Granite State and the people who have made it into what it is today in this 11-page printable state pack.
In the end, we’ll finish it all off with an awesome science experiment that your kiddos are going to love!
New Hampshire Books for Kids
G is for Granite: A New Hampshire Alphabet by Marie Harris
The New Hampshire Colony (True Books: American History) by Kevin Cunningham
What’s Great about New Hampshire? (Our Great States) by Rebecca Rissman
Good Night New Hampshire by Adam Gamble
How to Draw New Hampshire’s Sights and Symbols (A Kid’s Guide to Drawing America) by Stephanie True Peters
Now buckle up road trippers! It’s time to hit the road again!