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Teach all about California state geography with this fun new printable unit!
If you have kids learning about the different states in our nation in school, these are a great way to help them learn more! They are perfect for homeschool families or teachers to use in the classroom.
I have been making these United States geography units state by state. I will eventually have a pack completed for each state, so keep checking back. See also my Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, & Arkansas units. I also have a US Geography Unit focused on the United States as a whole.
What’s In the California Geography Unit?
Some Fun Facts About California:
- The California state flower is the Apple Blossom.
- The California state animal is the Grizzly Bear.
- The California state tree is the Redwood.
- The state bird is the California Valley Quail.
- California was the 31st state. It became a state in 1850.
- California’s nickname is the Golden State.
- The capital of California is Sacramento.
- The Golden Gate Bridge is a famous landmark in California.
These facts & more are included in the coloring and fact sheet included in the California geography pack.
Also included in this pack is a map of the state to label with cities, bodies of water, a state landmark coloring page of the Golden Gate Bridge, a state flag coloring page, a blank US map to draw in California, a regional map, an info sheet to fill in details about the state. There are 8 pages total.
To complete this California geography unit, you will need an atlas of the United States. Kids can look through the atlas to answer the questions, find maps and flags to complete all of the details.
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How to buy this geography unit: It is available to purchase three different ways.