50 States and Their Capitals

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50 States and Their Capitals

The 50 States and their CAPITALS

What is a State Capital?Each one of the 50 States has it's own state capital. The state capital in each state is the political center of the state and is the location of the state legislature, government, and governor of the state.

Learn the State Capitals!

Match the State to the Capital!

Alabama: Montgomery Alaska: Juneau Arizona: Phoenix Arkansas: Little Rock California: Sacramento Colorado: Denver Connecticut: Hartford Delaware: Dover Florida: Tallahassee Georgia: Atlanta Hawaii: Honolulu Idaho: Boise Illinois: Springfield Indiana: Indianapolis Iowa: Des Moines Kansas: Topeka Kentucky: Frankfort Louisiana: Baton Rouge Maine: Augusta Maryland: Annapolis Massachusetts: Boston Michigan: Lansing Minnesota: St. Paul Mississippi: Jackson Missouri: Jefferson City Montana: Helena Nebraska: Lincoln Nevada: Carson City New Hampshire: Concord New Jersey: Trenton New Mexico: Santa Fe New York: Albany North Carolina: Raleigh North Dakota: Bismarck Ohio: Columbus Oklahoma: Oklahoma City Oregon: Salem Pennsylvania: Harrisburg Rhode Island: Providence South Carolina: Columbia South Dakota: Pierre Tennessee: Nashville Texas: Austin Utah: Salt Lake City Vermont: Montpelier Virginia: Richmond Washington: Olympia West Virginia: Charleston Wisconsin: Madison Wyoming: Cheyenne

Match the Capital to the State!

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