This game is great for reviewing states, capitals, and postal abbreviations. Students must know the capital (or postal abbreviation) that goes with the states on their card to win the game. This resource includes everything to use the BINGO game in your classroom, and the graphics to complete a game box for convenient storage. Pages 3 and 5 can be used on the outside of your game box, The directions on page 4 are for your students to read and I suggest laminating them for longevity. Pages 6, 7 and 8 are the unique BINGO cards, I suggest printing these cards on card stock or another thick paper and laminating them so they will last. Pages 9-12 are the 50 "My capital is.." cue cards, pages 13-16 are the 50 "My Postal Abbreviation is.." cue cards, including blanks for replacing any needed cards. Pages 17 and 18 are options I have included to add as colorful backings to the cue cards, these are in there for purely aesthetic purpose and are completely optional. You will need markers of one sort for students to cover the states that have been pulled, but any small manipulative or marker will work, I used the stones from a mancala game I had at home for mine.