The transformation of the United States from thirteen colonies to a nation of fifty states is an exciting one. Help your kids create a timeline of when each state became a state with this FREE State History Timeline Resource.
This FREE State History Timeline Resource includes:
- alphabetical listing of when the states became states
- chronological listing of when the states became states
- traditional timeline template for recording the state admission dates
- two cut and paste timeline templates for recording the state admission dates
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This unit is perfect for upper elementary through high school. It’s a fun, no-prep, and hands-on way kids can enjoy learning more about United States history. Scroll down and get your instant download today!
Don’t miss these FREE 50 States Cheat Sheets that include an alphabetical listing of each state, capitals, regions, time zones, and state abbreviations.
Download your FREE State History Timeline Resource.
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