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Learning about the states...student made the brochures. I like this better than a mission project or state report...creative way for students to learn and present information. Too bad we don't have screens on the walls so that a digital presentation/documentary about the states could be playing while kids are changing classes or entering or exiting school.

Interactive map of the 50 States. Students can drag and drop states and the nation's capital to their proper geographical locations.

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Notebooking Through the States

Free notebooking pages for studying the states - includes generic pages, state specific pages, map activities...

The 50 States Song - I like this for teaching when the students need to think. It is calming approach and focuses on locations that are close together. This is so good for children who need help focusing and have processing deficits. Also, great for teachers who need a change up from the fast paced flashy video clips. Recommended by Charlotte's Clips

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*FREE* State Notebooking Pages

FREE State Notebooking Pages Grab these FREE notebooking pages to create a very individualized state notebook!

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Fun Games for Learning the 50 States

Corkboard Connections: Games for Learning the 50 States

Australian Teachers - The Curriculum Year Planner now includes a planner designed around your school calendar. Curriculum Year Planners and Weekly Digital planners. Every little bit we teachers can do to make things easier and more organized is always a HUGE plus. Being able to customize things to suit your needs while using your own fabulous fonts and colors you love is just plain icing on the cake! :D For grades k-12!

Tour the States- Best U.S.A states and capitals song EVER - my 4th graders are fascinated by it, want to learn every word, and want to make our classroom map look like his. They are learning so much so fast!

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"My Place in the World:" Kids Geography Project

Love this to help students understand where they live to the world.