Start here if you missed any of our Across the USA in 31 Days series. Every day this month I will bring you a small sample of printables from my larger eBook, which will be released later this month. I hope you will join me this month as we travel from state to state across the USA.
I have never visited South Dakota, but would love to see the Black Hills one day. I had some Black Hills Gold in high school and it was simply beautiful. South Dakota was admitted as the 40th state to the Union on the same day as North Dakota, November 2, 1889.
Today you can download the State Bird Coloring Pages for South Dakota. The state bird is the Ring-Necked Pheasant. This is both the name used for the species as a whole and also the collective name for a number of subspecies. The bird was introduced to South Dakota in 1898 when it was imported from Asia. It is easily recognized by its colorful plumage and known for its delicious meat. Read more about this bird while you color today’s pages. The coloring pages are available in print for the pre-writers, dotted manuscript for early writers and dotted cursive for upper elementary.
Resources for Geography
Here are some resources to use this month as we travel across the USA.
United States Geography Game – this is a FREE Download!!
Quiz: US States, Capitals & Flags Game – this is another FREE Download!!
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