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States and Capitals Songs Kit w/ CD

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Item #: 004855
ISBN: 9781883028008
Grades: 3-8
Author: Larry Troxel; Kathy Troxel

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Publisher:Audio Memory Publishing
Pub. Date: 1994
Binding: Audio Cassette; Mixed Media; Trade Paper
Dimensions: 9.449 x 12.598 in.; .3 lbs.
Media Type/Duration: 1 cass., 1 hr.
Edition: Teachers Edition, Instructors Manual, etc., illustrated
Language: English
Audience: Juvenile
004855
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Great learning tool!
We did a pre-test when learning the states names and locations on a map. My children knew no more than 8. I knew less than 35. We listened to these songs for a couple of weeks then took a post-test. My 6 year old knew over 40 state names and locations, my 8 year old knew almost all of them and my 10 year old and I knew all of them. The songs are catchy and really "stick". Just typing up this review has caused the songs to run through my head again. This is a great resource!
September 28, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
This CD was a hit with our US Geography co-op class We finished each class with one of the songs as I used a lazer pointer to point at the correct state on the large map provided It was no time before the students were eager to locate the states and name the capitals in a class competition I knew they were loving & learning it when I heard the songs long after the class was over!
July 6, 2007
Within a week of casually listening to this cd and pointing to the included map my five year old learned the states locations and capitals! A great addition to the homeschool classroom (or car) especially for those audio learners As a side note unlike many kids songs the songs are very tolerable to listen to and I actually find myself humming them they are so catchy!
September 16, 2009
My five year old and my eight year old learned all their states and capitals within one month of caually listening to this CD They sang the songs and actually asked me to put the CD in when we were traveling It was the easiest way to learn all of the information I did no work at all!!!
January 6, 2007
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Ashley G on Aug 3, 2017
Oh my goodness this is so perfect! My kids learned all the States and Capitals in such a short period of time. Love it!
Stephanie S on Mar 15, 2017
School curriculum
Ashley G on Aug 3, 2017
Used many times before! Finally wore out cassette tape:)
Helen K on Apr 13, 2017
Oh my goodness this is so perfect! My kids learned all the States and Capitals in such a short period of time. Love it!
Stephanie S on Mar 15, 2017
It's a fun and easy way to learn states and capitals.
Yvonne M on Nov 3, 2016
I am using this for a homeschool co-op class.
Leah C on Aug 24, 2016
Required for a Homeschool Co Op History Curriculum
Abby T on Aug 4, 2016
Required for her core program.
Jaimee D on Jun 9, 2016
Will be teaching my children who are 4 and 6 year there states and capitals. Thought this would be a nice way to incorporate fun interactive learning while singing and dancing.
Kimberly A on Feb 27, 2016
I remember using this kit when homeschooled as a child. The songs were so catchy that I remember them to this day and look forward to using them to teach my children!
MEGAN S on Oct 15, 2015
Used many times before! Finally wore out cassette tape:)
Helen K on Apr 13, 2017
It's a fun and easy way to learn states and capitals.
Yvonne M on Nov 3, 2016
In what order are the songs taught. I'm looking for location order as opposed to alphabetical?
bridget m on Oct 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If you have listened to the regular geography songs, this follows the same order. It goes along the southern border of the US from west to east in the first song then across the northern border from west to east in the next song, then the eastern border from south to north in another song, then across the middle states working from west to east. My kids really like it.
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    Great learning tool!
    We did a pre-test when learning the states names and locations on a map. My children knew no more than 8. I knew less than 35. We listened to these songs for a couple of weeks then took a post-test. My 6 year old knew over 40 state names and locations, my 8 year old knew almost all of them and my 10 year old and I knew all of them. The songs are catchy and really "stick". Just typing up this review has caused the songs to run through my head again. This is a great resource!
    September 28, 2015
    Purchased
    over 2 years ago
    This CD was a hit with our US Geography co-op class We finished each class with one of the songs as I used a lazer pointer to point at the correct state on the large map provided It was no time before the students were eager to locate the states and name the capitals in a class competition I knew they were loving & learning it when I heard the songs long after the class was over!
    July 6, 2007
    Within a week of casually listening to this cd and pointing to the included map my five year old learned the states locations and capitals! A great addition to the homeschool classroom (or car) especially for those audio learners As a side note unlike many kids songs the songs are very tolerable to listen to and I actually find myself humming them they are so catchy!
    September 16, 2009
    My five year old and my eight year old learned all their states and capitals within one month of caually listening to this CD They sang the songs and actually asked me to put the CD in when we were traveling It was the easiest way to learn all of the information I did no work at all!!!
    January 6, 2007
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    Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 18 answers
    Why did you choose this?
    Rainbow Resource Center Store
    School curriculum
    Ashley G on Aug 3, 2017
    Oh my goodness this is so perfect! My kids learned all the States and Capitals in such a short period of time. Love it!
    Stephanie S on Mar 15, 2017
    School curriculum
    Ashley G on Aug 3, 2017
    Used many times before! Finally wore out cassette tape:)
    Helen K on Apr 13, 2017
    Oh my goodness this is so perfect! My kids learned all the States and Capitals in such a short period of time. Love it!
    Stephanie S on Mar 15, 2017
    It's a fun and easy way to learn states and capitals.
    Yvonne M on Nov 3, 2016
    I am using this for a homeschool co-op class.
    Leah C on Aug 24, 2016
    Required for a Homeschool Co Op History Curriculum
    Abby T on Aug 4, 2016
    Required for her core program.
    Jaimee D on Jun 9, 2016
    Will be teaching my children who are 4 and 6 year there states and capitals. Thought this would be a nice way to incorporate fun interactive learning while singing and dancing.
    Kimberly A on Feb 27, 2016
    I remember using this kit when homeschooled as a child. The songs were so catchy that I remember them to this day and look forward to using them to teach my children!
    MEGAN S on Oct 15, 2015
    Used many times before! Finally wore out cassette tape:)
    Helen K on Apr 13, 2017
    It's a fun and easy way to learn states and capitals.
    Yvonne M on Nov 3, 2016
    In what order are the songs taught. I'm looking for location order as opposed to alphabetical?
    bridget m on Oct 5, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: If you have listened to the regular geography songs, this follows the same order. It goes along the southern border of the US from west to east in the first song then across the northern border from west to east in the next song, then the eastern border from south to north in another song, then across the middle states working from west to east. My kids really like it.
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