Who, What, When, Where, How and Why?
Most states require a state history course for students in grades 7 and above. Your State provides an interesting and enjoyable way to learn research, writing and presentation skills as you study the history of your state. Students will be guided as they research the geography, economy, climate, and other unique aspects of their own states and make periodic presentations to the class about what they have learned. All students will learn the states, capitals, and major geographic features of the entire United States.