Friday, December 30, 2011

States and Capitals

Winter break is coming to a close and that means it is time to work on lesson plans and other items for school.  When we return to school on Monday, the students will get their study guides for the Southeast region's states and capitals.  To help students with learning states and capitals, I made a quick matching game for them to play during free time or at home.
Hope you can use it too!  Southeast Matching Game

6 comments:

  1. So happy to have found your link through TBA, and am excited to be following you!

    Jen
    Runde's Room

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  2. Thanks, Jen! As you can see, I am new to the blogging world. I LOVE all your stuff and have been following your blog for a while.

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  3. Hi there, glad I found you - I'm new to the blogging world too - just started this month and have A LOT to learn still. :o/ I remember studying states and capitals as a 5th grader and LOVED it. I'm your newest follower. Welcome to blogland. :o)
    Vicky
    Traditions Laughter and Happily Ever After

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  4. For another fun way to memorize the 50 States and Capitals, check out...
    http://rightbrainedlearner.com

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  5. For another fun way to memorize the 50 States and Capitals, check out...
    http://rightbrainedlearner.com

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