Use this I Have, Who Has game to practice the state capitals.
To play, distribute the cards more or less evenly to your students. The order does not matter as long as the cards have been mixed up. Then have a student read the bottom half of his or her card. The student that has the answer to the question (the name of the capital) then reads his or her entire card. Continue playing until all the cards have been read. If played correctly, the last answer will be the first half of the first card that was read.
This game could be played by a whole class by distributing two cards per player. It would also work well in small groups by giving 5-10 cards per player. A student could also use the cards alone by lining them up in order.
This download includes Fifty, I Have, Who Has cards; one for each state/capital. There are guidelines between the cards for easy cutting. You may want to laminate these.
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