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#1 Posted : Sunday, June 24, 2012 11:34:58 PM(UTC)

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We are having a blast with the 50 States Cartridge. We are making our own flashcards with states and capitals. Next we are going to make our own Guess Who game as another tool to learn the states and capitals. This is a wonderful cartridge. Such a creative way to learn
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I agree that it's a great cartridge! It really helped my kids to memorize the states and capitals. Plus, the images are useful for many other things.
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How well did your guess who game for the states come out? I love the idea, but having trouble grasping how they would play guess who with it... I see how they can narrow down by region (northeast us...) but what other questions can they use to narrow it down. (I think of things such as color used but that isn't really a good one since it is the color of the paper you decided on and of no educational value.)

So curious how it worked out.

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