Give your child cool tools to learn all about Pennsylvania facts and history. Enrich their understanding of the beautiful state before your family travels to the home of Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.
From candy shaped streetlights to covered bridges, the state of Pennsylvania has everything your family needs for an interesting learning adventure. Prepare your child before your travels with this list of books all about the state where our country’s independence was declared.
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Books about Pennsylvania Facts and History for Small Children
Little ones can begin to understand the idea of visiting a new place and seeing new things. Your child will also build literary connections by reading and seeing new places before a visit. Grow their experience of the world by reading these precious books before your travels.
Books about Pennsylvania Facts and History for Elementary Children
As children learn, they are able to grasp the “flavor” of a state. Give them an idea about what the state of Pennsylvania holds with these interesting books.
Fiction Books including Pennsylvania Facts and History
Reading a book about facts will never be as interesting as reading a story with action and adventure. Introduce your children to the state of Pennsylvania with these books about adventuring kids in the state.
(Heads up, some discussion may be needed with this book. Most Carole Marsh books have the kids dealing with mystery and danger without letting adults know there is a problem.)
City Specific Books about Pennsylvania Facts and History
Each city in a state has its own distinct culture. Introduce your children to the cultures of Philadelphia and Pittsburg with these city specific books.
An Activity Book about Pennsylvania Facts and History
Let your child build a bigger picture of the state of Pennsylvania with this fun activity book.
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