Happy Election Day!!! I hope you all got out and voted today!
We stood in line for almost 2 hours to cast our ballot.
As our home is anxiously awaiting election results I saw this comic and couldn't help but crack up! It has been tense watching the results begin to pour and I love the humor and needed a break from the seriousness of this election :)! Besides watching the news we are also stalking 270towin and Election Results (both supposedly bipartisan)! Anyways, I thought this would be a perfect time to blog about learning the 50 states in school. Below are a few of my favorite YouTube videos.
A first grader at our school sang this at our school talent show last year and I was so impressed!
Did you learn this song when you were growing up?
5th graders in VA learn the states and capitals and I thought this song was a good hook.
So I have told you how much I heart Chrome and Google Apps but haven't really elaborated on any so I thought tonight I could show you Simple States which is a great app for learning and quizzing the states. It isn't super colorful and it doesn't have a lot of bells and whistles but it is definitely worth checking out...
I have tons of apps on the iPad to help students learn the states. Here are just a few!
Stack the States- I adore this app and my kids LOVE it too!
iLearn United States- very interactive the kids get really into this app.
US Map Games- You cannot do much without upgrading so this app isn't the best but you can play the puzzle level 1 for free.
This website has TONS of awesome links and all different levels of learning. Here is another fun US Map Quiz.
There are tons of interactive games, apps and websites! I have only highlighted a few.
There are literally millions!
What do YOU use in your classroom?