How would you like a fun way to combine handwriting practice with some U.S. geography review? The FREE States and Capitals Cursive Copywork is designed to provide exactly that!
I don’t know about you, but I confess that I sometimes get mixed up when I am put on the spot to remember a state’s capital. It’s so easy to remember one of the largest cities, or a city that is often in the headlines, but that is not always the state’s capital.
This FREE States and Capitals Cursive Copywork unit gives kids a chance to review all 50 states and their capital cities while practicing their cursive handwriting. Each page includes:
- a map of the United States with the state highlighted
- a state map with the capital indicated
- the state and capital name in traceable cursive copywork
- the state and capital name in cursive copywork with lines for copying
It’s a simple, no-prep resource that helps students commit key knowledge to heart. Scroll down to download a copy today!
More 50 states free resources you might use for your homeschool:
Free printables for all 50 states: If you’re working your way through the 50 states whether as a history or geography study, be sure to check out our entire 50 States Series. You’ll find free printables, craft ideas, activities including the state song, fun travel destinations, recipes and even famous restaurants to visit from all 50 states!
Free U.S. Man-Made Landmarks Notebooking Journal – This U.S. Man-Made Landmarks Notebooking Journal is a great way to help your students learn about 68 monuments and moments in time.
Free USA Country Study: States, Landmarks, Facts and More – Find loads of free resources on the USA, including the free USA Notebooking Pages Set pictured below.
Free United States Geography Notebooking Research Journal – This fun notebooking journal gives your students a chance to learn about all 50 states.
Free 50 States Cheat Sheets: This printable pack contains an alphabetical listing of each state, capitals, regions, time zones, and abbreviations.
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