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This is our COMBINED CAPITALS section of our FLASH CARDS series. In this set, learn the 13 Canadian Provinces and Territories and the 50 American States and their Capitals. These Flash Cards can be used in a group setting or individually for practice. The Flash Cards are used to promote comprehension with memorization through repetition. As an added activity, cut out the individual cards provided to complete a matching game. Match the image of the province, territory or state with its name and/or with its capital. The possibilities are endless.

Included in this COMBINED set are:



Included in this set are:

- Teacher Guide

- States Flash Cards

- Blank Flash Cards

- Geography Matching Cards

- States Matching Cards

- Capitals Matching Cards

- Blank Matching Cards

Use these Flash Cards to help students recognize the Canadian Provinces and Territories, and the American States and identify their Capitals.

To see the other titles in our Flash Cards Series, check out our Flash Cards Series product line category of our store.

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File Last Updated:
October 26, 2017
This title was added to our catalog on October 26, 2017.