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Emily Abram

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Arkansas State Symbols Booklet

There are so many things that make Arkansas a very special place to live. Beautiful mountains, towering forests, scenic rivers, and rich farmland are just a few of the sights that give our state its nickname: The Natural State. There are many other exciting things about Arkansas to learn more about. Did you know: • You can dig for diamonds in Arkansas? • Arkansas is the country’s top rice-growing state? • The state is known for its own special type of tomato? One of my favorite places in Arkansas is the State Capitol in Little Rock. Part of my job is to care for the Capitol and make sure that you have fun when you visit. What a great job I have! Please enjoy the activities in this book. I hope they help you learn more about our great state! John Thurston Arkansas Secretary of State

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, 1st Grade, Social Studies
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