KIDS: Kaitlyn's Connecticut Project

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Kaitlyn is a 3rd grade student who lives in New Jersey. She had so much fun learning about Connecticut and thought she was the "coolest" kid to have received a state flag. She also handed out 26 ConneCT Kids bookmarks to her classmates. She received an A on this project!
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Great Job Kaitlyn!
Kaitlyn's Connecticut Quiz  -  Can you answer the questions that Kaitlyn created as part of her project?
1. What noted university is located in New Haven, Connecticut?     Answer

2. Explain why Hartford is often referred to as the "Insurance City."   Answer

3. What was the Nautilus?    Answer

4. What large body of water (a sound) borders Connecticut on the south?   Answer
5. What is the name of the river that runs through Hartford?   Answer
Hobbies:  Gymnastics
Favorite Things to do:  Playing with her best friends Paige and Sarah and of course, playing with her twin sisters, Brianna and Nicole. 
Favorite Artist:  Hannah Montana (Her and her sisters love dancing in their rooms)
Favorite Song:  Let's Dance, by Hannah Montana
Favorite Color:  Light blue
Favorite TV Show:  Wizards of Waverly Place
Favorite Subject:  English (she loves reading and she even has a book club she started with her sisters)
Favorite Food:   Spaghetti
Favorite State: New Jersey or Connecticut?
Kaitlyn wants to be an actress when she grows up. Do you know a famous actress who lived in Connecticut? (Answer Below)
{Kaitlyn and her Twin Sisters}
Kaitlyn and Her Twin Sisters on the First Day of School
Which one is Kaitlyn??

Question 2 Answer: Hartford houses many of the world's insurance company headquarters, and insurance is one of the region's major industries.   Back to Quiz
Question 3 Answer: The first nuclear powered submarine.   Back to Quiz

Question 4 Answer: Long Island Sound    Back to Quiz
Question 5 Answer: Connecticut River     Back to Quiz

Born in Hartford Connecticut on May 12, 1907. Died in Old Saybrook Connecticut on June 29, 2003. Her films included: The African Queen (1951), Suddenly, Last Summer (1959), Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962), Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967), The Lion in Winter (1968), and Rooster Cogburn (1975). 

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