State Unit Study - Wisconsin

Series of Unit Studies for each of the 50 states.

Wisconsin Maps
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 Wisconsin State Outline 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 Tour
  • State Flag What was the last change made to the flag in 1981?
  • State Flower What can the leaves of this flower be used in?
  • State Bird When do these birds return to Wisconsin?
  • State Tree Where is Wisconsin's largest sugar maple found?
  • State Insect What association encouraged the selection of this insect?
  • State Animals What are the two state animals?
  • State Domestic Animal What other state symbol was chosen as a result of this animal?
  • State Song Who wrote the state song?
  • State Symbol of Peace What is the state symbol of peace?
  • State Fish Where was the dedication ceremony held?
  • State Motto What is the state motto?

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

Wisconsin State Symbols Quiz How much do your remember?

Fun in the Kitchen - The ice cream sundae is said to have been invented in 1881 when Ed Berners of Two Rivers, Wisconsin, decided to make a special dish to sell in his store.

Did You Know... List two interesting facts.

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

Wisconsin Symbols Game - A game of concentration with Wisconsin's State Symbols.

Wisconsin Timeline- Find out what happened 10 years ago, 50 years ago, even 12,000 years ago.

More Wisconsin Firsts - Click on the pictures to learn about things that were done in Wisconsin first, then Try the Wisconsin Firsts Quiz!

Vegetation Fascination - Learn about the plants and trees of Wisconsin then try these projects:

Find out more about leaf colors in A Tree’s True Color.

Wisconsin Folks - This is the place to meet Wisconsin artists who highlight their cultures and traditions in their art.

Wisconsin's Great Lake Shipwrecks- Activities for exploring the shipwrecks of the Great Lakes.

Recycler-opoly - Cycle your way through the quiz to test your knowledge of nature's recylers. Nature's Recyclers Coloring Book - Print and color The Nature's Recyclers Coloring Book.

Nature's Protectors - A Look at Wisconsin's Conservation Wardens (a streaming video for you to watch).

Swan's Pumpkin Farm - Learn about pumpkins, play games, and take a virtual tour of this farm in Franksville, Wisconsin.

Groveland Farm - Learn about the llamas, dairy sheep, goats, and Border Collies.

Milwaukee Public Museum - Take a virtual tour of the exhibits.

Old Abe the War Eagle - Learn about Wisconsin's most famous Civil War veteran.

The Mammoth Mystery - Discover how archaeologists uncovered events that happened thousands of years ago in what is now Kenosha County.

Wisconsin Kids Paper Dolls - From Rascal and Caddie Woodlawn, two great books about the lives of kids in Wisconsin long ago. Dress them online or print for play offline.

Young Eagles - Meet Chuck Yeager, see some cool pictures and play lots of games and activities.

Houdini Historical Center - Little known facts revealed.

DFI Kids Page - Learn the history of money and more!

Odd Wisconsin Law: For each meal sold costing 25 cents or more, a small piece of cheese had to be served.