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Happy Birthday Ohio

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On  March 1, 1803, Ohio became the 17th state to join to the union. To celebrate this date, we’re sharing coloring sheets from our Doodles Buckeye State Coloring Fun book. This book will be available April 1st on Amazon! If you are a retailer and are interested in carrying our Ohio state book, contact Independent Publishers Group at (800) 888-4741 or email us for more information.

Book Description
Nestled in the Midwest, south of Lake Erie, the fourth largest lake of the five Great Lakes in North America at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Ohio is home to a host of natural oases and historical sites. Doodles Buckeye State Coloring Fun features 35 detailed images that highlight state symbols and educational attractions, including Ulysses S. Grant’s birthplace, The Great Serpent Mound, and more. The doodles are accompanied by interesting facts, which are reinforced through interactive games and activities, such as a crossword puzzle, word search, maze, and writing prompts.

Click the above images to download the coloring sheets. Enjoy!

 


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Adjective Activities

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Remember that adjectives can be identified using a number of formal criteria.

But the ones used in the above worksheets take on different forms to indicate their position on a scale of comparison. 
For example: Big, Bigger, Biggest 

The lowest point on the scale is known as the ABSOLUTE form, the middle point is known as the COMPARATIVE form, and the highest point is known as the SUPERLATIVE form*.
To learn more about adjectives Click Here
Click the above images to download the coloring sheets. Enjoy!

*http://www.ucl.ac.uk/internet-grammar/adjectiv/adjectiv.htm


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US Government Coloring Sheet

Click the below link to locate fantastic ways to teach your kiddos about government at home or in the classroom.

http://1.usa.gov/NYXjId