Are you looking for a fun way to review the State Capitals for each state in the United States? Look no further.
You can help your students memorize the 50 state capitals through five different types of games. Two can be used on electronic devices such as computers or tablets, while others should be reproduced for student use.
Many of the games in this download have grouped the fifty states in the United States into the following categories:
• Wee Ones
• Chef of America
• North, West, South, East
• Famous People
• New & Newest
• “A” Ending
• Three-Syllable States
• States With Mountains
• “M” Beginnings
• Across the Land
This downloadable PDF includes 18 games:
• 1 Set of Flash Cards, which is reproducible
• 1 Bingo Review Game for the whole class
• 10 Match Games, which can be reproduced for individual or small group use
• 3 Ask-a-Question Games, which can be projected on a screen at the front of the classroom or used by individual students on a computer or tablet
• 3 Flash Card Review Games, which can be projected on a screen at the front of the classroom or used by individual students on a computer or tablet
To better understand how the Ask-a-Question and Flash Card Review Games work, search for the “SL: Free Interactive Student-Centered Mini-Game” at TeachersPayTeachers.com. A new mini-game replaces the previous mini-game on a regular basis so parents and teachers can see if these kinds of games would benefit their students. The changing mini-game in that free PDF download is smaller in scope than the games in this download (being a mini-game that covers only four facts), but they has a similar interactivity as a couple of the games in this download. The rest of the games in this download must be reproduced for the classroom and used as traditional games.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: For the interactive PDF games in this file to work well, use the FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader. Other Readers may skip pages, look fuzzy, or have to continually refocus. You can download the free Adobe reader at http://get.adobe.com/reader .
SL Games: State Capitals is copyrighted (c) 2015 by S. Kay Seifert. All rights reserved. No part of this material (in part or as a whole) may be altered. Teachers and parents may use this material for students in the classroom or at home, reproducing student sheets for personal use. This curriculum may not be commercially reproduced for print, electronic, or other formats and/or platforms, and may not be distributed electronically, via the cloud, or commercially, unless written permission is given by S. Kay Seifert.