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IF OUR STATE SYMBOLS COULD TALK LEARN MORE ABOUT PENNSYLVANIA’S STATE SYMBOLS
I am a white-tailed deer.  I am also the state animal of Pennsylvania.  Since I am a baby deer, I am called a fawn.  A mal...
I am Pennsylvania’s state flower, the mountain laurel.  I have leathery leaves which are poisonous to livestock.  During t...
I am a ruffed grouse.  I am lucky to be Pennsylvania’s state bird.  Some people call me the partridge.  I am reddish brown...
I am a hemlock tree, the state tree of Pennsylvania.  Early settlers used hemlocks to build their log cabins.  I can offer...
Do you know what type of dog I am?  If you said the Great Dane, you’re right!  I am the state dog of Pennsylvania.  I was ...
The brook trout is the state fish of Pennsylvania…that’s me!  I am the only trout native to Pennsylvania.  I am usually fo...
Many of you enjoy a nice cold glass of milk, but did you know that I am the official state drink of Pennsylvania?  Here’s ...
Did you know the firefly is the official insect of Pennsylvania?  Some people call me a lightning bug.  I am really a smal...
Did you enjoy learning about Pennsylvania’s symbols?  There are even more symbols for Pennsylvania.  Perhaps you can also ...
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Pa symbols if our state symbols could talk

  1. 1. IF OUR STATE SYMBOLS COULD TALK LEARN MORE ABOUT PENNSYLVANIA’S STATE SYMBOLS
  2. 2. I am a white-tailed deer. I am also the state animal of Pennsylvania. Since I am a baby deer, I am called a fawn. A male deer is called a buck, and a female deer is called a doe. There is a large deer population in Pennsylvania. Deer were important to the survival of settlers and Indian tribes. Deer were used as food and buckskin. white-tailed deer
  3. 3. I am Pennsylvania’s state flower, the mountain laurel. I have leathery leaves which are poisonous to livestock. During the middle of June, the mountain laurel are in full bloom with large clusters of pink or white flowers. mountain laurel
  4. 4. I am a ruffed grouse. I am lucky to be Pennsylvania’s state bird. Some people call me the partridge. I am reddish brown with feathery legs. I am also known for making a drumming sound which helps to attract a mate. ruffed grouse
  5. 5. I am a hemlock tree, the state tree of Pennsylvania. Early settlers used hemlocks to build their log cabins. I can offer shelter from the weather for many animals. I am an evergreen tree with small cones and short dark leaves. I do not lose my needles. hemlock tree
  6. 6. Do you know what type of dog I am? If you said the Great Dane, you’re right! I am the state dog of Pennsylvania. I was a hunting breed, but now I am a working breed. I represent the service and loyalty of all dogs in Pennsylvania. great dane
  7. 7. The brook trout is the state fish of Pennsylvania…that’s me! I am the only trout native to Pennsylvania. I am usually found in small, cold mountain streams and lakes. brook trout
  8. 8. Many of you enjoy a nice cold glass of milk, but did you know that I am the official state drink of Pennsylvania? Here’s a neat fact about milk…Pennsylvania’s dairy cows produce more than 10 billion pounds of milk every year! milk
  9. 9. Did you know the firefly is the official insect of Pennsylvania? Some people call me a lightning bug. I am really a small beetle who gives off flashes of green-yellow to red-yellow light. These flashes are used to attract a mate. I like to eat snails and worms. firefly
  10. 10. Did you enjoy learning about Pennsylvania’s symbols? There are even more symbols for Pennsylvania. Perhaps you can also find out information about them. Thanks for learning about some symbols of your great state…Pennsylvania!

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