The States and Capitals - Part Two

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Grade Level
Middle School
Subject
History
Length of Time
45 minutes
Description

In this lesson, students have to write the capital beside the state.

Goals

Students will learn:
The states and capitals
To spell the states and capitals

Materials Needed

Worksheet I have included in this lesson
Pencils and Erasers

Procedure

First, you will copy the worksheet so that each student can have one.

Then, you will have them work on the sheet independently.

After that, they will hand in the sheet for you to grade. Worksheet - United States - Part Two

Directions: Write the capital beside the state.

1. Oklahoma -

2. Kansas -

3. Rhode Island -

4. New Mexico -

5. Maryland -

6. Virginia -

7. New Jersey -

8. Illinois -

9. Nebraska -

10. Massachusetts -

11. South Carolina -

12. West Virginia -

13. Wyoming -

14. Montana -

15. Minnesota -

16. Texas -

17. Florida -

18. Washington -

19. Pennsylvania -

20. South Dakato -

21. Georgia -

22. Arizona -

23. Wisconsin -

24. Ohio -

25. Louisiana - Answer Sheet

1. Oklahoma - Oklahoma City

2. Kansas - Topeka

3. Rhode Island - Providence

4. New Mexico - Santa Fe

5. Maryland - Annapolis

6. Virginia - Richmond

7. New Jersey - Trenton

8. Illinois - Springfield

9. Nebraska - Lincoln

10. Massachusetts - Boston

11. South Carolina - Columbia

12. West Virginia - Charleston

13. Wyoming - Cheyenne

14. Montana - Helena

15. Minnesota - St. Paul

16. Texas - Austin

17. Florida - Tallahassee

18. Washington - Olympia

19. Pennsylvania - Harrisburg

20. South Dakato - Pierre

21. Georgia - Atlanta

22. Arizona - Phoenix

23. Wisconsin - Madison

24. Ohio - Columbus

25. Louisiana - Baton Rouge

Grading

Each question is worth four points.

100 to 90 = A

89 to 80 = B

79 to 70 = C

69 to 60 = D

Below 60 = F



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