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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Rhode Island

The smallest state in the union has a lot to offer! With over 400 miles of coast and many islands, bays, and inlets, the Ocean State is the place to be. Kids will enjoy learning about Rhode… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Pennsylvania

As a pivotal player in America’s early years, Pennsylvania lives up to its nickname, “The Keystone State.” It was in Philadelphia that the Declaration of Independence was signed and the… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Texas

Texas is one big state. Known for its wide-open ranchlands, Texas is also home to forests, bayous, deserts, and mountains. From the Alamo to the oil industry, students will explore the… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Washington, D.C.

As the capital of the United States, Washington D.C. is a well-known hub of politics, history, and culture. Monuments throughout the city honor the nation's great heroes and events. Landmarks More →

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Puerto Rico

The island of Puerto Rico exhibits its Spanish and Afro-Caribbean influences in many aspects of daily life. Its relationship with the United States is also apparent. Puerto Ricans speak… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Vermont

Vermont is known for its low rolling mountains and spectacular autumn foliage. Another hallmark of this New England landscape is the sugar maple. Vermont is the leading producer of maple… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Washington

In 1980, Washington's Mount St. Helens blew its top in the worst volcanic explosion in U.S. history! Besides deadly volcanoes, Washington is home to such iconic places as the Grand Coulee Dam More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

West Virginia

West Virginia lives up to its motto, "Mountaineers are always free." It became an independent state when it seceded from Virginia. Today, its beautiful streams and thick forests enthrall… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

South Dakota

From the Great Plains to the Black Hills, South Dakota is a state of varied landscapes. It is known for its natural and human-made landmarks, such as the Badlands and Mount Rushmore. Kids… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Virginia

Virginia has a long and rich history, from the English colony of Jamestown to the battlefields of the Civil War. It is also home to such diverse environments as the Chesapeake Bay and the… More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

Utah

Utah is a land of tall mountains and arid deserts. In 1869, the final spike of the transcontinental railroad was driven in Utah, connecting the east and west. Come learn all about the Beehive More →

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Blastoff! Readers Level 5 · Geography

South Carolina

As one of the original thirteen colonies and one of the most important states in the American Revolution, South Carolina is rich with history. It was even the battle of Fort Sumter in… More →

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