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    This is a seriously fun way to learn the locations of countries, capitals, landmarks and more. With levels, time limits, and even proximity readouts, this game will make your students approach geography in a whole new way.

    Geography Games For Kids

    Games for learning the U.S. states and capitals (good for cycle 3 of CC this year!).

    Fun Geography Project for kids!

    Use pumpkins to teach geography...how cool! This would be so fun for Halloween!

    I love this website....great prompts for journals...I just add the image to my blog and students write each morning. There is a new prompt each day (some for older students). Very interesting topics

    FREE ONLINE RESOURCE~ Statetris is an interesting game mixing aspects of the popular game 'Tetris' and geography. Instead of positioning the typical Tetris blocks, you position states/countries at their proper location. Games for Brazil, Africa, Europe, Japan, and more, are also available!

    US States and Capitals resources

    World Exploration - fun geography game from the CIA (believe it or not). Has 3 levels for older elementary, middle school, and high school.

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    technology rocks. seriously.: 50 States and Capitals games and sites

    30 Fun Geography Activities for Kids « Imagination Soup | Fun Learning and Play Activities for Kids

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    Topography games

    Online free states and capitals game from Spelling City

    United States BINGO Game (Download free call cards and six game cards)

    A fun quick way to pick a one to two minute activity tht refocuses the class.

    Printable geography resources plus much more

    This Montessori learning activity is a perfect addition to continent boxes. Continent boxes contain information and objects related to

    10 minute newcast-Great for Current Events-our fifth graders loved this time of the day last year! They always asked if it was time to watch and they learned so much as well!