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After months of work and 49 completed state studies, we have finally reached the end of our U.S. road trip.
The great state of Wyoming is the final stop on our Explore: USA tour, but don’t let that fool you!
This state study still has plenty of opportunities for learning!
Wyoming State Study
The Cowboy State is one known for its gorgeous, picturesque landscapes, but there is so much more to the state than that!
In fact, Wyoming is where you’ll find Old Faithful, the Yellowstone geyser that erupts every day.
And speaking of Yellowstone, in this Wyoming state study we’ll learn about how it became the nation’s first national park.
Beyond that, we’ll look at researchers, voting rights, and even famous artists.
Wyoming Books for Kids
Four Wheels West: A Wyoming Number Book by Eugene Gagliano
C is for Cowboy: A Wyoming Alphabet by Eugene Gagliano
Who Pooped in the Park? Grand Teton National Park by Gary D. Robson
Wyoming (The United States) by Jim Ollhoff
Wyoming (From Sea to Shining Sea) by Alexandra Hanson-Harding
Wyoming (Rookie Read-About Geography) by Pam Zollman
Well road trippers, this trip across the USA has been a blast and hopefully you had just as much fun as we did!
Through these state studies, we’ve visited all fifty states and learned some incredible facts about our nation’s history along the way.
But even though our current trip has come to an end, that doesn’t mean that the fun stops here!
We’re already working on more for the future!
So, enjoy this exploration into the state of Wyoming and keep your eyes peeled for what’s to come.