United States symbols
Symbols of U.S. Government
At this website for grades 3-5, learn about the flag, the bald eagle, liberty bell, Statue of Liberty, the White House and other famous government buildings, the pledge of allegiance, and the national anthem and other songs.
State Facts Information By Site
The 50 States of the United States
Capital Cities and Information Links.
Color Landform Atlas of the United States
Landform maps of every state in the US.
FirstGov for Kids: State Web Sites
A collection of state government websites for kids
State and County Quick Facts
Click on a state to find basic statistical information such as population, demographic information, or geographical facts.
Choose a state and read up-to-date news stories.
Basic facts of any state in the Union, including Washington, D.C.
Uncle Sam’s Reference Shelf US Census Bureau: The Official Statistics. Scroll down to the state information section. National and state facts and statistics from Statistical Abstract of the United States.
U.S. State Capitals Game
How well do you know the state capitals? Test your knowledge at this site, which has a matching game, flashcards, a word search and more.