50 States: Arizona

Arizona … the Grand Canyon State

Fact Contributors: Mrs. Li’s Fifth Grade, Ms. Miller’s Fourth Grade, Mrs. Marshall’s Class, Miss McBrayer’s 3rd Grade

State of Arizona

» Capital City: Phoenix
» Location:
33.54255 N, 112.07139 W
» Area:
113,909 square miles
» Population:
» State Bird:
Cactus Wren
» State Tree:
Palo Verde
» State Fossil:
Petrified Wood
» State Flower:
Saguaro Cactus blossom
» Popular Tourist Destinations:
Grand Canyon, Petrified Forest,
Saguaro National Park
» Products:
copper, agriculture, manufacturing

» Click here for printable Arizona coloring pages

Postcard Showcase:

Dear Friends,
Welcome to torrid, vast, parched, and impressive Arizona. If you ever venture here, make sure you have time to visit the Grand Canyon, ghost towns, and underground caves and mines.

–Mrs. Li’s Fifth Grade Class


Rich in History, Kingman, Arizona has much to offer: Visit the Mohave Museum of History & Arts, The Hualapai Mountains, and enjoy the longest remaining streth of Historic Rt. 66.

We are third graders trying to find out information about our 50 states because we want to know more about who elects our President.

We really like living in Arizona because of the beautiful weather.

–Miss McBrayer’s 3rd Grade

Dear Friends,

We go to Khalsa Montessori School in Tucson, Arizona. There are 23 students in our class. The desert is very hot and we have lots of saguaro cactuses.

Jena’s Class

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