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My interactive powerpoint is useful in teaching elementary aged children the states and capitals of the Mid-West United States. It uses pictures and riddles from the book "Yo Sacramento!" by Will ...

My interactive powerpoint is useful in teaching elementary aged children the states and capitals of the Mid-West United States. It uses pictures and riddles from the book "Yo Sacramento!" by Will Cleveland, to help the student's remember each state's capital.

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    • States and Capitals of the Midwest Jessica Williams ED 205-08 April 2, 2009
    • The Midwest!
      • Illinois
      • Indiana
      • Iowa
      • Kansas
      • Michigan
      • Minnesota
      • Missouri
      • Nebraska
      • North Dakota
      • Ohio
      • South Dakota
      • Wisconsin
      • Learn a song for all 50
      • states and their capitals!
      Quit
      • About the author
      • References
    • Illinois
      • Capital: Springfield
      Click on the state to see the riddle. Quit
      • If you don’t like complaining, cover your ears.
      • In the spring field all you’ll hear is ill noises .
      Quit
    • Indiana
      • Capital: Indianapolis
      Quit Click on the state to see the riddle.
      • They don’t have to fight anymore.
      • The Indian ant is sharing the peace
      • pipe with the Indian apples .
      Quit
    • Iowa
      • Capital: Des Moines
      Quit Click on the state to see the riddle.
    • After spending all day mowing a path to the library, it’s closed when he finally gets there. “ Oh no, my book is overdue,” he thinks. “Now, I owe a fine!” Quit
    • Kansas
      • Capital: Topeka
      Quit Click on the state to see the riddle.
    • He’s so shy, look at the toe peeking around the cans of S ’s. Quit
    • Michigan
      • Capital: Lansing
      Quit Click on the state to see the riddle.
      • One of the lambs singing
      • to the wolves is nervous
      • because he’s missing a gun .
    • Minnesota
      • Capital: St. Paul
      Quit Click on the state to see the riddle.
    • St. Paul did not need to worry about getting thirsty because along the road there were many sodas .
    • Missouri
      • Capital: Jefferson City
      Quit Click on the state to see the riddle.
    • His dad punished him for making a mess and now the chef ’s s on is sitting in misery after ruining the meal. Quit
    • Nebraska
      • Capital: Lincoln
      Quit Click on the state to see the riddle.
    • Happy Birthday, Abe! Abraham Lincoln gets a new brass key . Quit
    • North Dakota
      • Capital: Bismarck
      Quit Click on the state to see the riddle.
    • Quit You’re allowed only just so many Nose Ducks for your quota , so make sure the counter bees mark the numbers correctly.
    • Ohio
      • Capital: Columbus
      Quit Click on the state to see the riddle.
    • Quit Columbus , the explorer, was so startled at what he saw, he said “ Oh ” to the high O .
    • South Dakota
      • Capital: Pierre
      Quit Click on the state to see the riddle.
    • Quit The pear is a French inspector named Pierre and wants to understand what the sow says, so he uses a sow decoder .
    • Wisconsin
      • Capital: Madison
      Quit Click on the state to see the riddle.
    • Quit The medicine whips the con’s son if he misbehaves like his dad.
    • About the author
      • My name is Jessica Williams. I am a sophomore at Grand Valley State University. My major is Group Social Studies with an emphasis on History, and a minor in Elementary Education.
      • Send me an email!
      Quit
    • References
      • Cleveland, Will, and Mark Alvarez. Yo Sacramento! : and all those other capitals you don’t know . Brookfield, CT: The Millbrook Press, 1997.
      • http://www.50states.com/
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOL5QeEn0B0
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