50 States Series: New York

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New York City is one of those iconic cities that most people want to visit, at least once. Our family wanted to visit this year, but with the weather patterns and temperatures cooling quickly, we just couldn’t make it work. However, it is on our radar for next Summer and I cannot wait! I always wanted to see a Broadway show, but now I just want to experience the lights in Times Square, Central Park and just walk around to see this world that is completely different from anything I’ve ever known.

If you're studying about the state of New York, here is everything you need. From printables to activities & crafts to recipes & more! :: www.homeschoolgiveaways.com

Even though we can’t visit right now, we will be learning about the state, its history, capitol and more before. So, I have gathered some great resources to help you learn more about the state of New York. Each state has a history, fun facts and wonderful sites to see. Over the next year, I will be sharing resources – printables, travel destinations and food favorites – from each state.


New York State Postage Stamp | USA Printables

New York State Bird Coloring Page | Education.com

New York State Quarter Coloring Page | USA Printables

New York Geography | Education.com

State of New York Coloring Page | USA Printables

New York State Coloring Page | Crayola.com

New York State Fact File Worksheets | 3 Boys and a Dog

New York Demographic Coloring Page | USA Printables

New York Layer Book | Homeschool Share

New York Scrapbooking Page | Ed Snapshots

New York Fun Facts | Education.com

New York State Flower Coloring Page | Education.com

New York State Coloring Pages | Super Coloring

New York State Flag Coloring Page | Education.com

New York Facts, Map and State Symbols | Enchanted Learning

Cursive Capitals: Albany | Education.com

New York State Flag Coloring Page | USA Printables

New York Flag Lesson | Enchanted Learning

Longitude and Latitude of New York | Education.com

New York Map for Coloring | Layers of Learning

History of New York City | Education.com

Trace the State Shape: New York | Education.com

New York State Coloring Page | Classroom Doodles

State Report Lapbook | Teachers Pay Teachers

New York Handwriting Worksheets | Twisty Noodle

My County Scavenger Hunt | Our Journey Westward

New York State Capital Worksheet | Education.com


Crafts, Activities & Videos

New York State Song | YouTube

Great State Plates | Sensational Social Studies

New York Online Games | Learning Games for Kids

The 50 States: New York | Teachers First

DIY Salt Dough State Shapes | Education.com

State Shape Cookies | The Inspired Classroom

New York Crafts for Kids | 3 Boys and a Dog


Must-See State Sites

Homeschooling in New York: Field Trips

Visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Arts with Kids

Finger Lakes, NY with Kids

Top 10 Things to do in Rochester, NY with Kids

NYC with Kids on a Budget 

Free Children’s Museums in New York City

New York City with Kids

48 Hours in Niagara Falls with Kids

Top 5 Things to do in NYC with Kids

20 Free Things to See & Do in New York

Top 5 Tips for Visiting the Statue of Liberty

72 Hours in NYC at Christmas with Kids

NYC at Christmas with Young Kids

How to Conquer NYC with Kids

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Favorite Foods

Insane Milkshakes at Black Tap | Buzzfeed

NYC Kid Friendly Restaurant Guide | Mommy Poppins

Best Kid-Friendly Restaurants in NYC | Ciao Bambino

20 Must Try Items on Any Foodies NYC Bucket List | Odyssey

21 Delicious NYC Foods that won’t break the Bank | Buzzfeed

NYC Weekend for Foodies | Picky Palate

Local’s Guide to the “Best” Eats in NYC | Dish Our Town

Where to Eat in NYC Little Italy & Chinatown | Travel Freak

Junior’s Famous NY Style Cheesecake with a Salted Caramel Turtle Topping | Cinnamon Spice & Everything Nice 

Manhattan Clam Chowder | Cooking NY Times

New York Egg Cream | What’s Cooking America

The {Famous} NY Times No-Knead Bread | A Stack of Dishes

Levain Bakery Chocolate Chip Cookies | Modern Honey


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Written by Annette Breedlove

Annette Breedlove

Annette has been married to her husband and best friend for 11 years. Together they are raising their four children to follow the Lord’s will, no matter what. Annette longs for the day when she will meet her 5 angel babies who have entered heaven before her. She enjoys creating UNIT STUDIES with FREE PRINTABLES (more coming soon) for homeschool families and she gets her scrapbooking fix in by making Subway Art for herself and her readers. You can follow her crazy life at In All You Do where she blogs about homeschooling, gluten- and grain-free recipes, homemaking, the occasional DIY projects and maintaining her sanity. You can also keep up with her via Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest.

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