Just new!! Learn all of the States and their capital city's in one easy lesson!!
This training manual also teaches how to spell the states and their capital city's. NOW available through this website and from Amazon.com.
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massechusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming. Carry all of these states and their capital city's on your fingers to take with you wherever you go. This has to be the fastest way to learn the United States ever!!
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I ts back up to the top again, a lake on either side, Michigan is standing with Lansing as a bride. Illinois, Indiana and Ohio as bridesmaids, Forming a fine foundation and a firm stockade. Kentucky next, shaped by a river’s course, Fed on bluegrass makes the fastest horse. Just like a letter with a bar and post they form the letter T, Tennessee with Nashville, and Alabama with Montgomery. On either side of the post are Mississippi, and Georgia by the sea, Below is Florida and her most beautiful Tallahassee. To the top again we really do must go. Two great lakes there we spy, Erie and Ontario. The Niagara Falls between these lakes makes a mighty surge, New York with Albany and Pennsylvania with Harrisburg. Pennsylvania is shaped like a huge rectangle with a zigzag end, America started here this is the home of William Penn. New Jersey touches land and sea, fishing and sailing fun, Back a bit now to the west with no sight of the ocean. West Virginia like a sack full of delicious treats, Her sister state Virginia, and the bays of Chesapeake. Snuggled in around the bays looking down and over, Maryland with Annapolis and Delaware with Dover. Carolina, both North and South, are nuzzling the shore, It’s to the top again one last time, if we want to look for more. Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine do reign at the very crest, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island really are the best. We have two more very fine states, but they are not attached by land, Yet, Hawaii and Alaska, still go hand in hand. Frances More June 16, 2006 ©
Learn the States from top to bottom, From harvesting shellfish to picking cotton. In the top left hand corner there does stand Washington with Olympia so fine and grand. Alongside to the right is the great chimney pot Idaho and Boise take this spot. Just under Washington beside the sea, Is Oregon with Salem, come with me. Now lower to the south we must go, To California and Sacramento. Nevada is tucked in close beside, It’s going to be a bumpy ride. Back up to the top we do move, Left of the chimney pot in the groove. Montana with Helena has a pretty face, Looking at Idaho full of grace. Down again, a window is seen, Wyoming with Cheyenne, as if in a dream. Utah with its pristine city of Salt Lake, Colorado with its grand river, like a snake. The bottom two panes of this great window, Are Arizona with Phoenix and New Mexico. It seldom rains and the weather is dry, Blue is the color of the endless sky. To the top again, almost in the middle, Layers like hotcakes fresh from the griddle. North and South Dakota with Raleigh and Pierre, Under them is Nebraska and Kansas I declare. Oklahoma, like a shirt with only one sleeve, Sits upon Texas where the land again meets sea. Now up to the top again, to a superior lake, Lay Minnesota and St. Paul, taking a nice break. To the left is Wisconsin, having lakes on top and side, Holding onto Michigan, an arm extended wide. Iowa with De Moines follows a river Surrounded by 7 states, she is all-aquiver. Missouri on the bottom has a little hook, Into the Little Rock of Arkansas a part of it, it took. Next, further south and to the sea is Louisiana’s boot. The boot kicked hard, as hard can be and let out a great hoot!
WOW!! At long last, this am azing multi sensory teaching system now encompasses the QUICK ST ATES book . Find out for yourself just how e asy it is to learn all the American states and all their capital city's in just minutes. This book is full of all the simple inst ructions and diagrams necessary for you to have wonderful success with lea rning these necessary facts. There is nothing that you can't remember if you use your fingers!!
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A poem from the Quickstates book
A teacher in Philadelphia recently purchased the QUICK STATES book and these are her comments "Frances this multi sensory teaching system is wonderful. My 7 and 8 year old students have in 3 weeks learned every state and every capital city, thanks to you. You have to get this teaching out there, I will help you by spreading the word among my teacher friends." Gloria