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Mrs. Provencio

I am a library science student at Old Dominion University, and I am the librarian at Montclair Elementary School in Prince William County, VA.

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A is for... (English/Spanish) PICTURE DICTIONARY

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Virginia: Facts, Map and State Symbols

State Abbreviation - VAState Capital - RichmondLargest City - Virginia BeachArea - 42,769 square miles [Virginia is the 35th biggest state in the USA]Population - 8,260,405 (as of 2013) [Virginia is the 12th most populous state in the USA]Name for Residents - VirginiansMajor Industries - farming (tobacco, peanuts, corn, sweet potatoes, poultry, ham), tourism, US Navy warships, mining (coal), lumber (for paper and furniture), government workers Presidential Birthplaces George Washington was born in Westmoreland County on February 22, 1732 (he was the 1st US President, serving from 1789 to 1797).

Thomas Jefferson was born in Shadwell on April 13, 1743 (he was the 3rd US President, serving from 1801 to 1809). James Madison was born in Port Conway on March 16, 1751 (he was the 4th US President, serving from 1809 to 1817). Capitol Classroom: Main Page. Virginia State History for Kids. History >> US Geography >> US State HistoryNative Americans Before Europeans arrived in Virginia the land was inhabited by Native American tribes including the Catawba in the south, the Powhatan in the east, the Cherokee in the west, and the Tutelo in the center region of the state.

Virginia State History for Kids

The Powhatan peoples on the east coast spoke the Algonquian language and lived in longhouses made from tree saplings covered with grass or bark mats. Family & Kids. Biographies for Kids. A biography is a true story written about someone's life.

Biographies for Kids

There are many biographies for kids about famous people that students can read. These are written on a variety of reading levels to meet the needs of all types of readers. Famous people that children enjoy reading about can be people from long ago, such as George Washington or Betsy Ross, or from more recent times, such as Neil Armstrong or Ronald Reagan. Reading and learning about biographies of famous people is essential in school. The U.S. Presidency.