This I have, Who Has...? US State Capitals Card Game provides two sets of cards.
Set one includes the state maps and names to assist novice learners gain confidence and a sense of the game without frustration. While set two contains no visual clues to challenge learners. Print both sets and use the one relevant to your students ability.
1. Distribute the cards from set 1 or set 2 randomly to your
students (some students may get more than one card).
2. Select a student to stand up and begin by reading their
card aloud (example: I have Austin. Who has the capital of
3. The student who has the card with the correct answer
stands up and reads their card aloud (example: I have
Charleston. Who has the capital of Delaware?). And so on.
4. Students must listen for their turn and try not to break the
5. The game ends when the chain circles around to the first
student, and all the students are standing.
Print on card stock and laminate (for durability)
Cut out cards
Good for one classroom use only - please do not distribute.