My Arkansas Bucket List
A few things you should know about me before starting this post: 1. I’ve lived in Arkansas almost my entire life. 2. I can’t sit still. Now that that’s out of the way, here’…
We are working on the locations that make NM interesting and unique. After reading and researching points of interest, including state and national parks and monuments, the students had to choose a required number of each to write about. A script was provided for developing writers, but strong writers were encouraged to use stronger voice in their writings. No matter which writing style they chose, the same content was required: What is the place called? Where is it located in the state?…
Buffalo National River Cabins and Canoeing in Beautiful Ponca, Arkansas
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Arkansas Capitol Dome
Little Rock, AR so I took a trip to Louisiana and Arkansas this past weekend, visiting 3 of the last 6 states for me to visit in the US. It was a great--if quick--weekend. More photos of it (more nature-related) will come in the future, but I thought I'd start with these capitol buildings I visited on the way.
Arkansas Maps & Facts
Physical map of Arkansas showing major cities, terrain, national parks, rivers, and surrounding countries with international borders and outline maps. Key facts about Arkansas.
Arkansas on crayola.com
Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to color the Arkansas page. 1. Color the flag's background red. Color the diamond white with blue letters and blue stars. Color the border blue with white stars. 2. Color the Mockingbird gray with a white belly and white patches on the wings and tail.
Should point out this is how the tribes were located when European explorers reached the area in the late 1600's. This probably changed a lot from the 1500's when De Soto came through the area and brought European diseases.