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This smartboard activity is a map of the southeast where students can drag the state names, capitals and abbreviations' labels to the map. Also, th...

free, blank maps you can print of the continents, countries, states, or the whole world.

Print and color a map of the United States / We used this to color the states in which we have family. Samuel loved the details {ie. mountains, corn, etc}

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States and Capitals_I Have, Who Has

States and Capitals I have... Who has... game

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States and Capitals

States and Capitals Bundle is intended to help students learn the states, capitals and abbreviations and to help spark student interest United States Social Studies. $

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States and Capitals

Find the States Showdown is a game for reviewing state names and locations, and it can also be used for reviewing state capitals and abbreviations. Students can play the game with the states in a single region, or play a challenge game with all 50 states. This Mini Pack includes game directions, maps, playing materials, and an answer key. Preview the whole packet online.$

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Bears: Math, Literacy, and SO Much More

Label It!! My students LOVE these!

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States, Capitals, & Abbreviations Foldables {Interactive Notebook or Flashcards}

States, capitals, & abbreviations foldable that improves upon traditional state/capital flashcards! These foldables make fun interactive student notebook (ISN) pages, center activities, and interactive study guides for homework practice. #Teachering

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50 States & Capital Cities - Worksheets for upper elementary- substitute lesson

50 States & Capital Cities - Worksheets for upper elementary- substitute lesson! These worksheets are good tools for teaching students about the fifty states and their capital cities. In this packet, you will find 7 worksheets to be used for introducing the states and capitals, reinforcing a lesson, or as a series of substitute lessons.

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State Capitals

State Capital Mnemonic Device Examples and Activities

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5 Regions: Southeast Crossword (States & Capitals v.1)

Southeast Region States and Capitals Crossword Puzzle

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Southeast Region Flip 2 Learn Tool and Assessment

Help your learners master the Southeast Region states and capitals! First have them make the foldable to write the capital cities of each state. ...

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Bingo-United States State and Capital Review

This is a great way to review the states and their capitals. It can be used as an introduction by allowing the children to have a list of the states and their capitals or announcing the combination of the state and the capital at first. As they build their skills they can then rely on their memory to play the game. It also makes a great review or check of this skill. The students will enjoy this colorful game as they learn or review the states and their capitals.

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Fifty States

Do you teach about the 50 US States? Do you ask your students to research a specific state? Well..Look no further! This Fifty Nifty US States Unit is all your students will need to record and document their State Research. It's Different...Fun...and Interactive! Check it out! $

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I have, who has United States Game - 50 states

This is a fun way to practice learning the 50 United States of America. This I have, Who has? game includes 50 large US cards that come ready to print and play.

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Southwest Region Interactive States + Capitals PowerPoint

This six-slide interactive Powerpoint activity adds each of the Southwest Region state and capital names as you click.