Midwest States

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Midwest Region States and Capitals On each slide is the name of a state. There are also photographs that represent the capital for that state. Try to guess the capital’s name based on the picture and text clues. Then click on the picture of the state to find out the name of the capital. Click the purple arrows to get to the next slide. Throughout the slideshow there will also be clues to help you remember which capital goes with which state.

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Illinois spring field

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The capital of Illinois is Springfield. spring field In the spring time you are not ill. No ill in spring.

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Indiana This is Anna. These are police. This is an Indian.

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The capital of Indiana is Indianapolis. This is Anna. These are police. This is an Indian. The word Indiana is in Indianapolis.

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Iowa This is a Desi. This is money.

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The capital of Iowa is Des Moines. This is a Desi. This is money. I owe Desi money.

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Kansas This is a toe. This is a peak. Say “uh.”

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This is a toe. This is a peak. Say “uh.” The capital of Kansas is Topeka. Kansas and Topeka both have ka in them.

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Michigan This is land. They are singing.

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This is land. They are singing. The capital of Michigan is Lansing. Mich wants to sing again.

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Minnesota This is a statue of St. Paul.

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This is a statue of St. Paul. The capital of Minnesota is St. Paul. Paul would like a mini soda.

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Missouri This is Thomas Jefferson. This is a city.

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This is Thomas Jefferson. This is a city. The capital of Missouri is Jefferson City. Miss Uri and Jeff had a son.

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Nebraska This is Abraham Lincoln.

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This is Abraham Lincoln. The capital of Nebraska is Lincoln. What would you like to ask Lincoln?

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North Dakota hair This is a business man, and his name is Mark.

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hair The capital of North Dakota is Bismarck. This is a business man, and his name is Mark.

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Ohio This is Christopher Columbus.

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This is Christopher Columbus. The capital of Ohio is Columbus. We took a bus to their house to say hi.

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South Dakota This is a pea pod. The air is moving these windmills.

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This is a pea pod. The air is moving these windmills. The capital of South Dakota is Pierre.

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Wisconsin This son is mad.

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This son is mad. The capital of Wisconsin is Madison.