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States & Capitals (K-5)

Click on an online activity below.

  1. 50 States.com Maps, Emblems, and State information on all 50 states
  2. Countries
  3. Conquer the States You have sixty seconds to click on as many correct states as you can. 
  4. FunBrain Where is That? Funbrain will show you maps. For each screen, identify the correct country (or state). Check the correct box or type in the name (spelling counts).
  5. Kid's Gov State Websites Visit the official website for each state, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories and outlying areas.
  6. Place the States – Drag and Drop the United States into thier correct location.
  7. Postcardsfrom.com Picture postcards from each state contain photographs combined with other graphic elements to give an impression of each state.
  8. States and Capitals
  9. Stately Knowledge These web pages will help you find out the basic facts of any state in the Union, including Washington, D.C.
  10. State Parks Good info, but Ads.
  11. Test your Geography Knowledge 
  12. Texas Pledge Game – Do you know the Texas Pledge?
  13. U.S. State Facts, Maps and Symbols For each state, you'll find a map, geography facts, and presidential birthplaces. Discover the origin of the state's name; see the state flag.
  14. U.S. States from Fact Monster Each state profile includes: capital, population, history, famous natives, state map & flag, state motto, symbols, nicknames, largest cities, points of interest and more!
  15. United States Map Puzzle Whiteboard friendly! 

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