Differentiating the curriculum is something we want and need to do, but it is time-consuming. Happily, the work has been done for you here! You have 14 options to choose from, in both greyscale and color. Do your students only need to learn the states and where they fit on the map? Or do you want them to learn the abbreviations too? Maybe you only need to cover capitals. There are flashcards to suit every need.
Just print and copy 2-sided.
Additionally, the styles cater to different learning abilities. Do you have a student who gets overwhelmed by visuals? Print the set with words only. Want your maps to focus just on the region or on the whole country? You have it all at your fingertips! Pick your style, print, and you're ready to go.
Not only do the kids love the variation, but principals and parents will be delighted by the differentiation, whether a student needs more scaffolding or more challenge.
Students need to learn HOW to study by focusing on the facts they don't know well yet. There are easy-to-assemble Fact Pockets so that students can store their flashcards for focused and efficient study. Instructions and ideas for teaching are included!
See the links below for a thorough preview of each included area.
States your students will master in these sets:
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York
Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida
North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio
Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma
Hawaii, Alaska, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, California, Montana, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Colorado
Want to assess your students on the states?
Bundle: 61 Differentiated USA Tests – States, Capitals, Abbreviations
The United States Tests: 6 Differentiated Tests - States, Capitals, Abbreviations
Mega-Bundle: U.S. Tests, Flashcards, Bracelets on States, Capitals, Abbreviations