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USA States + Capitals Learning Tiles

Original price $49.99 - Original price $49.99
Original price
$49.99
$49.99 - $49.99
Current price $49.99

Are your kids learning all the States and their capitals yet?   If not, they will be and these USA States + Capital tiles are perfect self-checker flash cards!   With the state outline and name on the front, the corresponding capital is on the back.   Challenge your elementary aged kids (generally 3rd-6th grade is when kids learn capitals) by facing the capital up and having them name the state....or vise versa!    Great tools to spread out over a large map as well to learn placement or sort by region as well!   

Each wooden tile is made out of solid hardwood measuring 2” by 2” with 0.25” thickness. 

Bannor Toys has been handcrafting heirloom quality modern wood toys in the heart of Iowa since 2011.  Each toy is created with the intention of letting imagination and creativity thrive in children.

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Hannah
State tiles

I love the simplicity of these and how easy it makes it for my kiddos to check their own knowledge. My kindergartner had all the states and capitals memorized within a few days thanks to this purchase! Thanks Bannor!

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Beth W. (Augusta, US)
States and Capitals Learning Tilea

All of our best toys come from Bannor Toys and, once again, we love the new addition of the States and Capitals tiles for fun and learning with our older grandchildren. Our soon to be 4th graders will have States and Capitals as part of their curriculum this year, but they are learning now when we create new games of matching and guessing each state capital i.e. most correct matches/guesses as an individual, then as teams, then kids vs adults, and naming something they know about the state, etc are just a few ways we have used the tiles so far.