Friday, March 1, 2013

Our United States Scrapbook~ New Jersey

Welcome to New Jersey!

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We have completed our Delaware and Pennsylvania state studies. We are now learning about the 3rd state to join statehood.

New Jersey became a state on December 18, 1787.

 State flag coloring page

State Map coloring page

State bird and tree coloring page

American Goldfinch coloring page

Meadow Violet coloring page

Postage stamp coloring page

State Quarter coloring page

Lighthouse coloring page

The state dance is the square dance. Yes, the square dance.

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I know when I think of New Jersey square dancing does not come to mind.

So we did a little do-si-do.

For those of you who don't remember how to square dance. I know it had been a few years since I had done it.

Here is a wonderful site that explains it in easy terms.

Blueberries became the state fruit in 2004.

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Blueberry coloring page

We decided to make a  lemon blueberry cake.

Yummy!

You can find the recipe here.

We made blueberry smoothies!



All I used was our blender and a few simple ingredients.

1 cup water
1 cup blueberries
a few handfuls of ice
a little bit of sugar

Blend and drink!




Here are our finished New Jersey scrapbook pages!

Princess P's New Jersey pages



Lego Man is still getting his together.




10 comments:

  1. Nice job on the New Jersey Scrapbook. I haven't square danced since High School....lol I love blueberry lemon cake yum!

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  2. Looks awesome! My husband is from New Jersey. I just asked him if he ever saw anyone square dancing in NJ, and, as laughing, said a most definitive "no." :-)

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    1. Lisa, my dad is from NJ and I highly doubt he ever square danced....maybe in school when he was little.

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  3. Wow, very impressive! Your kids are so very lucky and blessed to have such a power house teacher! Awesome job! Love the scrapbook pages, the recipe, everything:)

    xoxoxo

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    1. Thank you, Chris. The kids have really enjoyed learning about the states so far. We are studying Georgia next and I have found some more information to add to our study. Hopefully the kids will enjoy it.

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  4. This looks Great! I have yet to do a State Unit Study, but am planning on it soon. I just bought some Flash cards that has each states info on them & this US State Symbols Games ( http://www.learninggamesforkids.com/us-state-games.html ), but that it's so far.
    Thanks for sharing :)

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    1. Thanks for the game ideas. I was just looking into more ways to add some fun learning to our lessons. Thanks for the link.

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  5. How fun! How long do you spend on each state? I have a great state study "book" downloaded from years ago, but we've never used it. Your post has me thinking about how fun and interesting it might be to do a state study next year!

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    1. We spend about 2-3 weeks on each state. If we have a lot going on during a week it takes longer. The kids have really enjoyed the state study. I keep finding things to add to the state study. We might end up studying a state for a month if I keep finding goodies.

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