States and Capitals
This Santa letter template is great for kids who want a little extra structure when writing to Mr. Claus. Try our Santa letter template this Christmas season.
The U.S. map is like a jigsaw puzzle: each state has a unique shape. Can you match these eight unique state shapes to their names?
Let's take a road trip to learn geograhpy! Help Tammy's family trace their vacation route on this road trip map.
America the beautiful! Can your fifth grader name all 50 state capitals in the U.S.? Challenge him to match each capital to the correct state.
This isn't your usual crossword puzzle. You find the answers by identifying states on the U.S. map.
Your fourth grader will color the states different colors, based on the time period that state became part of the United States.
Kids use the U.S. map on this third grade geography and social studies worksheet to find and identify the postal abbreviation for each of the 50 states.
Kids completing this third grade social studies worksheet identify states by capital city and shape, building knowledge of U.S. geography.
Grab a map and get some states and capitals practice! Kids identify states by capital city and shape, building knowledge of U.S. geography.
Here's a mnemonic device to remember all 50 U.S. States. With the map as a cue, first see how many of the United States you can remember.
How well do you know the U.S. states? In this geography worksheet, your child will color, count, and name the states.
Little explorers take a mini-tour of the United States on this third grade geography and social studies worksheet. Kids use a map to answer geography questions.