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When learning about the different states of the United States, it is important that the students have a clear grasp of geography. With 50 state maps, students will have a more vivid picture of the different states, counties and landmarks. A map will give them a broader understanding of the United States and its different economic and political divisions.
Maps can tell you about the neighboring states, the bodies of water surrounding them, if any, and other natural features such as mountains or rivers. A state map can also show historical points of interest. It can also identify major roads and highways.