How well do you know your U.S. state capitals? There are three ways to play this game:
Choose it: multiple choice
Spell it: type in the answer... and remember to capitalize it!
Locate it: place the star where it needs to be
Tip:I confess that I had to re-learn most of these! (It's been awhile since I've been in 5th grade.) Anyway, playing the "locate it" option (which I think is the most fun) helped me learn the names too. When I put the star in, I always read the capital and state! Before I knew it, I knew them all!
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