Internet Public Library Stately Knowledge: Facts about the United States

50states.com -

The Amazing United States - MrNussbaumer.com

The Fifty States - Fact Monster

The Fifty States - Infoplease

Newspapers and Magazines from other States - Internet Public Library

State Reports - ClassBrain.com

Tour America through Postcards - Postcards from America

The United States Interactive - Mr. Naussbaum

Regional U.S. Geography - Kathi Mitchell

U.S. Cities - Fact Monster

(Contact Mrs. Alibrandi to learn how to use these sites from home - they require passwords)

America the Beautiful - part of Grolier Encyclopedia

Lands and People - part of Grolier Encyclopedia

World Book Encyclopedia

United States Regions Videos

Try these when your work is done:

Capital Penguin - States and Capitals

Know Your States -

Puzzled States - Scholastic

50 States Project - " This wiki has been created to showcase the videos and information learned during our 50 States collaboration project. R.A. Mitchell Elementary is a K - 5 school located in Gadsden, Alabama. We would like to video conference with a K-5 school in each of the 50 states in the United States.

Regions of the United States - A student to student (classroom to classroom) E-communication project

Regions of the United States: Regions Defined. - Library of Congress
The regions of the United States are grouped differently by different sources. Here the Library of Congress defines different groupings of the regions.

NOTE The text that our students currently use divides the United States into seven regions:
New England
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut
Middle Atlantic
New York,Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland
Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi
South Central
Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma
North Central
North Dakota,South Dakota,Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio
Mountain West
Montana,Idaho,Wyoming, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico
Washington, Oregon, California, Alaska, Hawaii