The Weird and Wonderful 50 States Notebook

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$9.95

Are you ready to learn about the quirky and unique features of the 50 states?

Using The Weird and Wonderful 50 States Notebook, a companion to Only In America (sold separately), students can explore unusual records, weird laws, and quirky landmarks that make each state truly one-of-a-kind.

Grade 3 and Up | 167 black and white pages + 5 bonus research templates | This is a digital only resource.

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The Weird and Wonderful 50 States Notebook

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From the world’s largest ball of twine in Kansas to the unusual Carhenge in Nebraska, students will discover the truly bizarre and fascinating elements of the United States.

By using The Weird and Wonderful 50 States Notebook, students can explore the unique culture and history of the United States, and learn that it’s unlike anywhere else on the planet. Start exploring the 50 states today with The Weird and Wonderful 50 States Notebook.

Information covered:

  • Key information about each state, including state nicknames, capital city, and historical facts
  • Quirky facts about regional slang, favorite foods, and inventions
  • Unique or unusual records, landmarks, or celebrations

Only In America – The Weird and Wonderful 50 States

This book is a colorful state-by-state compendium of weird laws, quirky facts, one-offs and unusual records only to be found in the wonderful United States of America.

Only in America - The Weird and Wonderful 50 States

Only In America

Only In America is a required book for our publisher-approved Notebook Companion™.

Explore the strangest claims to fame and the most unusual place names in all the sates across America. Visit the city of Dinosaur, drop by the Pizza Museum, find out where it is illegal to feed a pig without a permit, and check out the world’s only ‘carhenge’ (think Stonehenge reconstructed using cars).

Also Discover:

  • The longest gum wrapper chain (over 32 kilometers!)
  • Which state has the highest ratio of cows to humans in the country
  • The origin of shoo-fly pie, a molasses cake baked in a pie crust
  • The world’s largest (fake) bug, a 16.5-meter blue termite
  • Where ‘dinner’ means lunch and ‘supper’ means dinner

The 50 States Notebook Series

The 50 States Notebook Series for grades 3+ explores the United States of America with key facts and fun activities about the people, history and natural environments that make each location within them uniquely wonderful. Beautiful illustrations, maps and infographics bring the places to life.

Other notebooks in this series include:

3 reviews for The Weird and Wonderful 50 States Notebook

  1. Melanie Zorr

    This is a cool notebook for studying the United States! The book Only in America: the Weird and Wonderful 50 States goes with this notebook companion and has amazing and weird facts about each state. There are so many FACTS to be found in this amazing book! The notebook starts with places to put in some basic information on the United States as a whole, then it gets into each individual state. You can choose to draw or write and make this notebook your own. I would say this book can be used with kids 3rd grade and up. This is NOT a complete curriculum on its own, but it would be a great way to engage the kids’ interests and hook them on the topic of US Geography. This would be great use of supplemental material to any US geography curriculum. This is such a fun and engaging resource! I love these notebooking companions! I look forward to seeing what else you bring out! Great job!

  2. Denise Rodriguez

    This is such a wonderful addition to any history or geography curriculum. We really enjoyed all the fun and interesting facts for each state. The Notebook Companion is a perfect way to journal the fun. There are 3 worksheets per state. There is a place to answer questions, draw, and mark a map. The beginning starts with the USA before going into each state and ends with a fun Scavenger Hunt. The Bonus Research pages were a big hit with my daughter.

  3. Katherine Tanyu

    I love this book and notebook companion! This is such a fun book–books should be like this always. Young children enjoy absorbing facts. Bonus if those facts are quirky and offbeat. I am very intrigued by the “state slang” portion in the notebook. The reinforcement of mapwork is excellent. There is a scavenger hunt at the end to squeeze out the goodness in the book.

    There are both ruled lines and big spaces for writing and drawing.

    If you purchase the bundle (50 States Notebook Series), the bonus lesson plan is helpful to pace the books and notebooks for one school year.

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