4 th
    Grade
State Facts.

               Click to begin.
North Eastern South Eastern Midwestern North Western South Western
   States        States       States       States      ...
The state that is
the furthest north
   on along the
  Atlantic Coast
What is Maine?
The smallest state
 in the Northeast
and entire United
      States
What is Rhode
  Island?
The capital city of
   this state is
    Concord
What is New
Hampshire ?
This State’s
Nickname is The
   Bay State
What is
Massachusetts ?
This state’s capital
 is Albany and its
flag looks like this.
What is New York?
Florida’s state
  nickname
What is the
Sunshine State?
South Carolina’s
 State Capital
What is
Columbia?
Georgia’s largest
      city
What is Atlanta?
This state contains
the cities of Mobile,
   Montgomery,
  Tuscaloosa, and
   Birmingham
What is Alabama?
This state’s
 nickname is The
Volunteer State and
  one of its state
songs is Rocky Top
What is Tennessee?
Wisconsin’s State
    Capital
What is Madison?
This state contains this
 national landmark
What is South
 Dakota?
This is the its state
        flag
What is Indiana?
The largest city in
  the Midwest
What is Chicago,
   Illinois?
This state
What is
Minnesota?
Oregon’s state
   capital
What is Salem
The only state to be
named after a United
  States president.
What is
Washington?
This state is come
  to the Rocky
   Mountains
What is Colorado?
This state
What is Idaho?
It is the least
populated state and
    is home to
   Yellowstone
  National Park
What is Wyoming?
New Mexico’s state
     capital
What is Santa Fe?
The Grand Canyon
  is located here
What is Arizona?
This states
 nickname is the
Silver State dating
  from the silver
 rush in the mid
       1800s
What is
Nevada?
California’s
 nickname
What is The
Golden State?
The Lone Star
State’s capital city
What is Austin,
   Texas?
Make your wager
These states make
 up the Midwest
What are Michigan,
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois,
   Missouri, Iowa,
Wisconsin, Minnesota,
 Kansas, Nebraska,
 North Dakota, and...
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Social Studies Jeopardy Game

  1. 1. 4 th Grade State Facts. Click to begin.
  2. 2. North Eastern South Eastern Midwestern North Western South Western States States States States States 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points
  3. 3. The state that is the furthest north on along the Atlantic Coast
  4. 4. What is Maine?
  5. 5. The smallest state in the Northeast and entire United States
  6. 6. What is Rhode Island?
  7. 7. The capital city of this state is Concord
  8. 8. What is New Hampshire ?
  9. 9. This State’s Nickname is The Bay State
  10. 10. What is Massachusetts ?
  11. 11. This state’s capital is Albany and its flag looks like this.
  12. 12. What is New York?
  13. 13. Florida’s state nickname
  14. 14. What is the Sunshine State?
  15. 15. South Carolina’s State Capital
  16. 16. What is Columbia?
  17. 17. Georgia’s largest city
  18. 18. What is Atlanta?
  19. 19. This state contains the cities of Mobile, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa, and Birmingham
  20. 20. What is Alabama?
  21. 21. This state’s nickname is The Volunteer State and one of its state songs is Rocky Top
  22. 22. What is Tennessee?
  23. 23. Wisconsin’s State Capital
  24. 24. What is Madison?
  25. 25. This state contains this national landmark
  26. 26. What is South Dakota?
  27. 27. This is the its state flag
  28. 28. What is Indiana?
  29. 29. The largest city in the Midwest
  30. 30. What is Chicago, Illinois?
  31. 31. This state
  32. 32. What is Minnesota?
  33. 33. Oregon’s state capital
  34. 34. What is Salem
  35. 35. The only state to be named after a United States president.
  36. 36. What is Washington?
  37. 37. This state is come to the Rocky Mountains
  38. 38. What is Colorado?
  39. 39. This state
  40. 40. What is Idaho?
  41. 41. It is the least populated state and is home to Yellowstone National Park
  42. 42. What is Wyoming?
  43. 43. New Mexico’s state capital
  44. 44. What is Santa Fe?
  45. 45. The Grand Canyon is located here
  46. 46. What is Arizona?
  47. 47. This states nickname is the Silver State dating from the silver rush in the mid 1800s
  48. 48. What is Nevada?
  49. 49. California’s nickname
  50. 50. What is The Golden State?
  51. 51. The Lone Star State’s capital city
  52. 52. What is Austin, Texas?
  53. 53. Make your wager
  54. 54. These states make up the Midwest
  55. 55. What are Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota?

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