50 States and Capitals Task Cards

By: Having A Fields Day

This set of task cards will help students to recognize their states and capitals. Great to use as flash cards, quizzes, and games!


50 States and Capitals Task Cards


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50 States and Capitals Task Cards

Improve knowledge of the 50 states with this interactive state cards set! Featuring colorful state outlines, these cards can be used as task cards where students record the state name, capital, and abbreviation, as a Who Am I game, or as one-on-one flash cards. This set includes all 50 states, answer sheet, and an answer key, making it perfect for assessments, flash card practice, and learning stations.

Included in this resource:

⭐ printable task cards featuring all 50 states

⭐ sheet to record answers

⭐ answer key

How to use this resource:

✔️Print all cards. I recommend printing on cardstock and laminating for longer use.

✔️ Cut apart along lines and trim any access

✔️Play in small groups, one-on-one or with a co-op classroom.


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Having A Fields Day

I am a former homeschooling mom to two, one of which has Autism. When I began homeschooling my kids many years ago I had a hard time finding resources that would fit their unique needs or wasn't created with homeschoolers in mind. One day the light bulb went off and I realized I could create exactly what we needed and then I thought that perhaps there were other homeschool moms like me who needed more than what was in their purchased curriculum, but also needed it to be geared towards homeschoolers.

One of my favorite subjects is Social Studies and I was privileged to have had the opportunity to teach it at a local co-op. I have a degree in physical geography with a focus on water resources and climatology. Before homeschooling and teaching at a co-op school I worked for a non-profit that helped provide teachers with the tools to teach geography in schools as well as working in the water resources and climatology industry. I love being able to bring that knowledge to my products and present it in a way that is fun for kids!