This can be used for just about any grade level. After the title page, the first 5 pages have 10 states and their corresponding state capitals mixed up. The goal is for the students to draw a line from the state in one column to its correct state capital in the other column. These 5 pages can be used together as a packet to cover all 50 states or one page at a time. The next 3 pages after the 1st activity list the state capitals on one side. The students are to handwrite the state after each state capital. They are also asked to add the comma after the state capital before writing the correct state. The first one on each of these 3 pages are done for them as an example. There are some repeats. These pages can be put together as a packet or used individually. The last page is a very basic answer key.
Use these pages to learn the states and their respective state capitals, use as a quiz to complete a unit of states and their capitals, or use as extra credit.
The younger the age group the more it is suggested that the assignment be done together as a class or small group setting.
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