Mystery State Clues


  

Each week the students will receive clues to determine the Mystery State. Students may identify the name of the state on Thursday or Friday to receive tickets. Good Luck everyone!

 

Monday:  The northwestern and north-central parts of this state
                                contain rugged hills, thick forests, swift
                                streams, and deep valleys.  
     

Tuesday:  This state was part of a large piece of land that the 
                               United States bought from France in what was
                                called the Louisiana Purchase.
     

Wednesday: Almost one third of this state is a low, level plain
                                that lies along the Mississippi River.

             
Thursday:  In 1932, a woman from this state, Hattie Caraway,
                                became the first woman elected to the U.S.
                                Senate.
         

Friday: Half of the city of Texarkana is located in Texas and the other half is located in this state.


Last week’s Mystery State:  Delaware


 To learn the names of the 50 states, the students are singing the "Fifty Nifty United States" song in the classroom. 


Click Fifty Nifty United States Song to watch this video at home!


To learn the names of the capitals of the states, the students will soon be singing the "State Capitals Song" in the classroom.

Click State Capitals Song to watch this video at home!