Can your students name all 50 states? How about capitals? Let them learn all the names with the help of this I Have, Who Has States and Capitals game. Time to learn and play.
I Have Who Has States and Capitals Game
What is included in this printable I Have Who Has States and Capitals game set;
- there are 50 game cards in the set
- on each card there is a capital and a state (I Have Capital, Who Has the Capital of State)
- the game comes with an answer key so educators can easily keep up with the game progress
Why kids will love this game;
- learning through play is best (especially with factual learning)
- group activities are fun.
- the game has a great replay value
You can get these games at Teachers Pay Teachers.
How to Play I Have Who Has States and Capitals Games
Teachers distribute the cards amongst their students. Students can receive one or more cards, all cards have to be distributed.
Educators assign a player that goes first or keep one card for themselves and start the game. That player reads the “Who Has” part (example “Who has the capital of Texas”). Other students check the their cards and the student who has the capital of Texas marked on their map says “I have Austin”. They continue the game by reading the “Who Has” part on their card.
The game continues until the student who started the game reads their card or when the educator stops the game. The more rounds students play the more they will memorise the states.
We suggest you laminate the game cards to make them more durable, this way they can be used for years to come.
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