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  • Item #: 056870
    ISBN: 9781615383177
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  • Item #: 057623
    ISBN: 9781599227337
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    ISBN: 9781883028008
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    ISBN: 9781615380510
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    ISBN: 9781615381029
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  • Item #: 008957
    ISBN: 9781411434851
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    This set of 86 flashcards allows students to learn all fifty states and capitals of the U.S., as well as the capitals of thirty-four key foreign nations. On the state flashcards, one side contains an outline map of the U.S. with a particular state shaded in gray; the name of the state appears in large type below the map. The reverse side of the card features an illustration of the state with the capital city marked; the name of the capital city appears in large type below the state map. The country cards contain the name of the country in large type on one side of the card; the reverse side features an image of the country with the nations capital marked (the name of the countrys capital appears in large type below the map). Also included are two parent cards with suggested games and tips for getting the most out of the flashcards. Flashcards measure 5 x 3 . ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 029123
    ISBN: 9781557675224
    Retail: $6.95
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    Get to know your states and capitals with this activity packed workbook. With a variety of activities including mapping, scrambled words, crossword puzzles, context clues, shape recognition, multiple choice, riddles, following directions, true/false, matching and labeling, and researching, this workbook explores the states and their capitals by region and as a whole country. The activities are effective and fun, and the answers are included. 43 pgs. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 006988
    ISBN: 9781587920097
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    These are the nicest state and capital cards weve seen. Front of card displays outlined state with star where capital is located. A U.S. map below, with the state in contrasting color, shows its location. Cards are color-coded according to region and have the year of the states admission into the United States up top. On the back of the card are basic facts about the state: capital, date of statehood, flower, nickname, and bird. Main industries and attractions are itemized, followed by an interesting fact about the state, and two quizzer questions. A small piece of a map on the bottom shows the state shaded, with bordering states identified. Theres a lot of information here for variation in your drill.

  • Item #: 006493
    ISBN: 9781420680003
    Retail: $10.99
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    Help kids learn the states and capitals with this easy-to-follow workbook. The book teaches the states and capitals using regions and hints, then shows students how to do a report on the states they are studying. Handy reference pages, such as lists of state capitals and famous people from various states, are provided. States are divided into five regions: west, southwest, midwest, northeast and southeast. For example, with the Pacific coast states, students learn capitals and when the states joined the U.S. They are given hints like COW to remember California, Oregon, and Washington. Later there is a test which recalls these hints. All answers are in the back, and kids are encouraged to use these to check their work. You could remove them if you wanted to check their work yourself and assign a grade.

    When it comes to the State Report writing, a page of clear instruction steers kids in the right direction on these topics: gathering information, note cards, keeping track of sources, introducing your state, location map, history, geography, population, cities, natural resources, climate, government, education, economy, employment, points of interest, famous people, state quarter (money), personal recommendations and final touches. Sounds thorough, doesnt it? A checklist guides kids in their writing. All in all, this is a useful writing guide and review of U.S. geography. Reproducible. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 053559
    Retail: $9.95
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    Unzip this CD-sized metal case to reveal a map of the United States. Black and white magnets, with state names on one side and capitals on the other, allow your young geographers to practice on the go. Although no game instructions are included, games could easily be made up and played with this set. ~ Alissa

  • Item #: 015754
    Retail: $24.00
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    The Sequence game weve all played (and loved) just got a little more educational! Instead of illustrated playing cards on the board, two each of all fifty states are featured. And instead of using playing cards to place chips, these cards feature colored state outlines, a star to show the location of the capital, and the name of the capital at the top of the card. The game is played the same otherwise, with each player drawing cards, matching the card to a state on the board, and placing a chip there (for more details, please see our description in our Not Just for Fun section). Like the original version, five chips in a row wins but it may take some strategic chip-moving to get you there!

  • Item #: 013716
    ISBN: 9780967970820
    Retail: $14.95
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    This colorful set of flashcards will help your children learn the state capitals in clever ways. On one side is a map showing where the state and its capital are located, and on the other is a fun illustration with a saying that will help you remember the state capitals. As an example, the capital of New York is Albany, so the picture shows the state covered with rabbit faces, captioned All Bunnies. The included resource CD-ROM has additional questions, usage ideas, printable tests, and even crossword puzzles. Quick Whats the capital of Massachusetts? Its the Boss Town (Boston)!

  • Item #: 010419
    ISBN: 9781599225661
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    This set is worth getting for the CD alone. It begins with children reciting "The Pledge of Allegiance" and "The Star-Spangled Banner" then, in music, introduces each state with an interesting fact about the states history, geography, or a famous attraction. Then the music transitions into an alphabetical listing of each state, slow at first and then faster. Both kids and adults sing, and the songs are catchy and fun. Then, with rhythm and repetition, kids sing each state with its capital. Afterwards, a woman sings the capitals and pauses for students to sing the state out loud. The CD closes with "America the Beautiful." Twelve tracks are included on the CD (runtime is 30 minutes). The workbook has been scaled back from 96 pages to 48 and features full-color worksheet activities that emphasize state names, capitals, nicknames, regions, abbreviations, a state quiz, state identification game and more. Lyrics and an answer key that were previously found in printed format in the workbook have been moved to printable PDF files on the CD. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 012991
    Retail: $7.49
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    Perhaps the best way to learn the US States and Capitals is to travel within the US. Since we cant all do this, maybe the second-best way is through flash cards. This set contains 51 flash cards, 57 fact cards and 1 activity card. The cards are approximately 6 by 3, white with color pictures. Each flash card features an outline map of the US with a line connecting an enlarged picture of a state, with its colored-in counterpart on the map. A yellow star indicates the position of the capital. On the reverse of the flash card you would find the full name of the state, state initials and the name of the capital. (The 51st card is for Washington D.C.) The 57 fact cards again feature an outline of the state with a yellow star and beneath it a picture of that states flag. The reverse gives the state name and initials, the state capital, nickname, bird, flower, tree, date of statehood, a fun fact about the state and an outline of the US with that one state filled in. The extra seven cards are for the USA as a whole, Washington D.C., and the five permanently inhabited US territories. The activity card suggests nine ways to use your cards by yourself or with a team (or teams). - Genevieve

  • Item #: 054346
    Retail: $10.00
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    Learn states and capitals on the go with this maps and sticker set. This set includes a 12x 18 glossy U.S. map, plus reusable stickers. The map shows state borders and is labeled with capital cities, but the state names are unlabeled. Each state-shaped sticker has the states name, its capital, and an illustration representing something from that state. The map folds to a sixth of its size and stores easily in its cardboard tote. Stickers tend to stay put, even when the map is foldeda plus if you like to take your map and sticker set on the road. ~ Alissa

  • Item #: 007883
    ISBN: 9780486296708
    Retail: $5.95
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    All 50 states, including Alaska and Hawaii, are included on the 44 stickers to place on the laminated outline map. Capitals appear on the stickers, while state names appear on both sticker and outline map.

  • Item #: 018172
    ISBN: 9780064462273
    Retail: $7.99
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    Written in a similar style to the other Dont Know Much About books, this journey through the 50 states presents several questions and answers about each state as it is covered. Each page features one state (except for Texas, which of course needs two), with a small outline map of the state and other basic facts about the state, including the state bird and flower near the top of the page. Then several questions about the state are posed, some about more basic information about the state, and some involving more trivia-like information, such as "How many trees does it take to make a gallon of maple syrup?" for Vermont,"What is a keystone, anyway?" for Pennsylvania, or "Why were Nebraskas first settlers called sodbusters?" for Nebraska. Other small interesting facts and state jokes are included as well. Also, a complete map of the U.S. is featured inside the front and back covers. Not a comprehensive look at each state, but an entertaining and informative read.

  • Item #: 000519
    ISBN: 9780486401683
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    What study of the states would be complete without a little coloring? Well, its not really an essential, but it can reinforce the learning. Attractive blackline coloring pages are brimming with information about each of the 50 states, educating as they are colored. Which state is the Sunflower State? The Land of Opportunity? Which states motto is Ever Upward? Informative captions provide each states nickname, motto, flower, bird, tree, capital, principal rivers and mountains, notable attractions, and other special information.

    Accurate outline drawings of each state are prominent, with a small inset map of the United States showing its location (by shading). Some details, like mountains, rivers, and lakes, appear on the state. The capitals location is starred, but no printed names appear - so you can have your children do a little research and mapwork for extra benefit. This also makes the book usable as a reproducible map source. Surrounding the state are other blackline figures of the state bird, flower, related plant and animal life, and other significant features (New York, for example, includes the Statue of Liberty). Now your students can color their way to U.S. geographic literacy!

  • Item #: 020906
    ISBN: 9781572815445
    Retail: $6.00
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    These cleverly designed playing cards are perfect for learning facts about each state, including Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico. While you are playing your favorite card game you can learn about each states history, products, or natural beauty. Each state card features a colorful illustration, an information caption, and the states capital and abbreviation. Card size is 2.75 x 4.375.

  • Item #: 003130
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    U.S. geography is fun and interactive with the use of this sticker activity set. The whole kit is reusable as it includes a colorful 11" x 17" dry-erase map of the United States and 150 removable and reusable colorful stickers. There are fifty stickers with the names of the states and another fifty with the state capitals. There are also stickers of important cities and monuments in the United States that your children can put on the map. On the back of the map is an activity sheet with fun facts and little quizzes to test your childrens knowledge of important places and events in U.S. history. An answer sheet is provided with the answers as well as the correct identification of all the states and capitals. - elise

  • Item #: 007734
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    Teach your child the states and capitals with this fun magnetic set. Each state fits onto its colored spot on the provided magnetic background (18" x 12") of the United States. The colored state magnets contain the state capital and often another major city. The set includes 47 magnets (some of the smaller state magnets contain more than one state). Please note that the magnets are thin, so you may not want to bend them too much releasing them from the sheet for the first time or they will not stick well on the background. ~ Carl

  • Item #: 041163
    ISBN: 9780805068313
    Retail: $7.95
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    This storybook is a fun supplement to any study of the States, or just funny to read for pure entertainment. Full-color pages give unique personalities to all the cartoony states, and kids will learn the shape and general area of each state simply by reading through the book. Its the story about two bored states (Kansas and Nebraska) who throw a party to meet other states. At the party, the states decide they will all switch places so they can see other parts of the country. All the states are excited until they spend some time in their new locations (for example, Florida and Minnesota switch spots and Florida freezes while Minnesota gets sunburn). In the end, the states decide they belong in their original places after all. The story is cute and funny, and little comments the states make add a lot of humor. In the back of the book, each cartoon state is shown along with facts of the states nickname, capital city, square miles, and population. 40 pgs, pb. Also available in a book and CD set, read by actors Lorelei King and Oliver Wyman. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 009030
    ISBN: 9780843176568
    Retail: $5.99
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    This maze book is filled with 50 intricate mazes - one for each of the United States. The cool thing about these mazes is that each is in the shape of a featured state. Capitals and large cities are labeled, and the actual maze is contained inside the outline of the state. Puzzlers must make their way from the states capital to one of its major cities. The passages in the mazes are fairly thin and somewhat challenging, so older students wont be disappointed with overly-easy solutions. Answers are included at the end. 60 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 057624
    ISBN: 9781630588298
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  • Item #: 005125
    Retail: $8.99
    Rainbow Price: $6.75

    Just like the math Learning Wrap-Ups, this set provides a fun and hands-on way to drill and practice U.S. capitals. Basically, you have 10 hard plastic cards shaped like keys (6 tall x 1.5 wide) that are attached at top, so you wont be losing any of them. On the left side of the card are state names and on the right are capital names. A string is included with the cards, and you wrap the string around the cards in such a way that the string leads from the state to the matching capital. A cool feature of this product is that it is self-checking; after youve finished matching all the capitals, the back of the card will show if all the strings go to the right place. There are 12 states/capitals on each card, so each one is presented more than once. Its definitely a better way to learn the capitals than just sitting down and memorizing them. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 058631
    Retail: $17.99
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) Introduce students to the fifty states and their capital cities with these engaging and informative language cards. In addition to full-color photographs of the state flower, bird, and tree, each two-sided state card is packed with information, including the states location in the U.S., the capital city name and location, the state flag and quarter, unique state facts, and more. Self-checking U.S. maps correspond to the numbered state cards, enabling students to test their knowledge of states and capitals. A separate card features Washington, D.C., with historical information about the nations capital city. Includes 53 two-sided 6" x 8" (15.2 x 20.3 cm) cards.
  • Item #: 014866
    ISBN: 9780762575701
    Retail: $7.99
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    Learning your states and capitals and especially the countries of the world can be a daunting task. There really is no easier way than to just keep reviewing and studying them. This placemat offers just that - use it in the classroom to study, or keep it on the table so it will constantly be in view. Both sides are colorful and easy to read, with the degree and time markings across the mat. Laminated for easy cleaning. - Melissa

  • Item #: 005385
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    A clever name for a clever game! An excellent product for learning and remembering states, capitals, which goes with which, and where in the world the state is. Full of witty puns and helpful cartoons making these facts easy to remember. Example of a card: What did Della wear when she dove her famous dive? State location is shown on the reverse side of the card. Looseleaf packet includes drill cards (one for every state), a game board (for two players) with a review board on the back, and a master list to check answers, all printed on white cardstock. Jolly good fun! - Megan

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