You'll need adhesives to assemble certain printables, like attaching cupcake toppers to paper straws. A printable designer's go-to adhesive is usually a hot glue gun. They're inexpensive, and the glue is guaranteed to keep everything in place. You can also use glue dots, double sided tape (permanent is preferred), glue sticks, or regular tape.
Each state writing template is broken down into sections so that the student can learn about the population, capital, major cities, state figures, and official state bird, motto, and flower. There are also visual aids, such as full-color illustrations of the state flags and a line-art drawing of each state. This makes things easy for the teacher who assigns the project and for the child who is researching the history.