Also as a note – Students who scored 100% (100/100) on the last Map and Cap Quiz do NOT have to take the quiz. I mentioned it in post long ago, but just wanted to remind you, in case you think your child is trying to squirm out of studying!
I’m reposting this, as many student can’t locate it from 2 months ago. I’ve added lots of new games and clarified it a bit.
Next Map and Cap is coming in November (8th? 9th?). Get to work, kiddos!
The Most Popular (amongst parents, too): Name all 50 states as fast as you can.
This is another version of Game #2, dragging states into their correct places. A very tough one, but gets easier when you’ve placed 10 states or so. Thanks to Alyssa McLean for the find!
This is by National Geographic, and you can test your knowledge of all countries, continents and states/provinces throughout the world. Might be tougher on slooooow computers. Thanks to Mrs. Hagensee and Macy Murray for finding this one.
Finally, a completely new game that not only requires identification of a state, but also asks you to type in the capital name, too. Thanks again, Macy!
Another great game – you need to draw each state, identify it, and name its capital. Lots of different learners should like it – and learn from it! Jordan Krawczyk – you the girl!
And if you’re not having an easy time thinking “you can do it,” check out this kid. Many of you lose any valid excuse when a kid can’t even dress himself knows all his states and capitals. And he even eats while doing it! He must be Food Smart!