Name one state in the United States?
States of the USA
The United States of America is made up of 50 states plus Washington, D.C., its capital. Each state has its own unique history, laws, and culture. Each state has its own government, and all states must follow the laws of the U.S. Constitution.
State: A state is a political division of a country or other governmental entity, usually with clearly defined borders.
Capital: The capital of a state is the city or town where the government of that state is located.
Governor: The governor of a state is the elected head of the state's executive branch of government.
Did you know?
The state of Maine is the only state whose name is just one syllable. The state of Rhode Island is the smallest state in the United States by land area. The state of Wyoming is the only state in the United States with no sales tax.
Work together in pairs: What is the capital of your home state?
Work together in pairs: What three states are part of the New England region?
Brain break: Draw a pickle playing a tambourine in a marching band
Which state is known as the Golden State?
- New York
Which state is famous for its music capital, Nashville?