State Report

State Report: Requirements & Outlines 
(click here to download)

 

State Oral Reports: Feb 3-14

  • The oral reports will be presented in the format of a 8-12 day vacation, either on a display board or by PowerPoint.
  • The goal is to emphasize the important places of interest each state has to offer.
  • Each report should last an average of 10 minutes.
       Mon. FEB 3      Wed. FEB 5       Fri. FEB 7       Tue. FEB 11       Wed. FEB 12    Thur. FEB 13 Fri. FEB 14  
  1 Luke R.* Jason M.* Dylan A.* Annie T.* Michael S. Malia B. Christopher F.  
  2 Gabriella N.* Khaliq S.1* Abbigail A.* Lizette L.* Andrew B. Naomi L. Gabriel C.  
  3 Edwin M.* Eric C.* Leah R.* Ian C. Ashley L. Anika C. Adrian P.  
  4 Blake G.* Alex C.1* Daniel P.* Dominic C.* Michelle R. Nicole C. Juan T.  
  5 Zack O.2*     Sahara C.* Manuel Z. Hailey B. Anaya I.  
  6       Sophia S.*     Makai T.  

 

Links to sources of information for the State Report:

50states.com

InfoPlease

TeachersFirst

Enchanted Learning

Fact Monster

History.com

1KeyData.com

NetState.com

State Facts for Students

Wikipedia (type the state name in the upper right box)

Wikitravel (type the state name in the search box)

National Geographic Kids

MrNussbaum.com