Less than ten states to go and we find ourselves in the Volunteer state!
Having joined the union as the 16th state on June 1, 17986, the state of Tennessee has had plenty of time to build a history rich in many areas, including technology, sports, and most notably, music.
From the inventor of the first color PC monitor to the frequently visited home of Elvis Presley, there is plenty to explore in this printable Tennessee state study!
Tennessee State Study
Did you know that the three stars on the Tennessee state flag represent the major geographic regions that make up the state?
Or that the first American woman to win three gold medals in track and field at a single Olympics was a Tennessee native that used a leg brace to walk as a child?
Have you ever wanted to design your very own flag?
Well, you’re in luck!
In this Explore: USA state study, we’re going to cover all of that and so much more!
Tennessee Books for Kids
Count on Us: A Tennessee Number Book by Michael Shoulders
Good Night Tennessee by Adam Gamble
Flags of Tennessee (Flags of the States) by Cannon Jr., Devereaux
V is for Volunteer: A Tennessee Alphabet by Micael Shoulders
Jonesborough: The First Century of Tennessee’s First Town by Paul M. Fink
T is for Tennessee by E. J. Sullivan
Now, buckle up road trippers! We’re heading to the Volunteer state to explore the home of country music!