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Exploring the Lighthouses of North Carolina Webquest - Students use a printable chart to guide a webquest about the North Carolina coast and the importance of lighthouses to North Carolinians through history source

Historic Latta Plantation - Students learn about nineteenth century life in North Carolina. This site offers historical information and virtual tours. Click on "For Teachers" to access printable classroom activities. Click on "For Kids" to learn about games and toys of the time. Click on "For Everyone" to learn about idioms of the nineteeth century source

Map of North Carolina - A blackline reproducible map of the state of North Carolina source

North Carolina Edition Lesson Plans - Research projects for learning about North Carolinas history and geography. Lessons are intended for internet research, but adaptable source

North Carolina Flag - A blackline North Carolina flag to print and color source

North Carolina Fun and Games - A coloring book of the state bird, fish, flag, insect and mammal in addition to printable North Carolina word puzzles source

North Carolina Map Quiz - A blackline North Carolina map worksheet source

North Carolina State Capitol: Pride of the State - Students discover how Raleigh was chosen as the state capital, and how the capitol building reflects state pride and democracy. Printable primary source documents accompany the lesson plan source

North Carolina Unit - Twelve printable activities about the history, geography, and statehood of North Carolina source

North Carolina Wordsearch - Students find names of North Carolina cities on a printable puzzle source

North Carolinas First People - Dozens of lessons with printable worksheets are included in this interdisciplinary unit about native people of North Carolina. Students learn about archaelogy and Woodlands Native Americans. Many lessons are adaptable for all states source

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