State Unit Study - Tennessee

Series of Unit Studies for each of the 50 states.

Tennessee Map
Graphic Maps

These state unit studies are designed to help children learn the geography of the United States and learn factual information about every state. These studies are great for children in the public and private education system as well as homeschooled children.

Print the United States Map and color each state as you study it. Keep map at the front of your notebook for use with each state.

Print the State Information Sheet and fill in the information as you find it.

Print the Tennessee State Map and fill in the state capital, large cities and state attractions that you find.

Answer the following questions on lined paper in complete sentences.

  • State Capital What is the capital?
  • Capitol Building
  • State Flag What do the three stars represent?
  • State Flower What color flower is considered the state flower?
  • State Bird How long is this bird?
  • State Fish What is this fish sometimes referred to as?
  • State Game Bird What is this bird also known as?
  • State Tree Why was this tree chosen as the state tree?
  • State Animal What do these animals eat?
  • State Bicentennial Portrait What is the title of this portrait?
  • State Insects What are the two state insects?
  • State Wildflower What is the Indian name of this flower?
  • State Songs How many state songs does Tennessee have?
  • State Seal What do the Roman numerals signify?
  • State Motto What is the state motto?

Tennessee Printable Pages - Learn more about Tennessee with these printable worksheets and coloring pages.

Did You Know... List two interesting facts.

Word Search - Print out the word search and find the state related words.

Ruby Falls Virtual Tour - See America's highest underground waterfall open to the public.

Amazing Animals - See the amazing animals at the Tennessee Aquarium.

Davy Crockett -Read the biography of this Tennessee legend.

Memphis Zoo - Learn more about their homeschool programs.

Stay safe from the State Fire Marshal:

Tennessee State Museum - Explore the links in the Children's Corner.

Odd Tennessee Law: It was illegal to take a fish off another person's hook.