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Here's the man in the middle of US map. This is a good tool to help students remember where these midwestern states are located.

50 States book (free) and resource binder--great printables!

Postal stamps issued by the USPS. 34 cents each, one for each of the 50 states.

Cards: state, flower, and birds. And yes, I am absolutely using these with our football geography mini-units. :)

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Battle of the States {free printable game}

Perfect for learning geography. Just use the shape of the states and call out the name so students have to match them OR call out the capital and the students have to find the state it goes with.

students make scrapbooks about the states landforms, resources and economy....what a great way to learn the important facts! Do this with regions?!

The Inspired Classroom: State Brochure. Great Social Studies research project plus persuasive literature!

"When all are agreed that the child loves to imagine, why do we give him only fairy tales and toys on which to practice this gift? If a child can imagine a fairy and fairyland, it wil not be difficult for him to imagine America."--Dr. Maria Montessori