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Mommy's Lil Helper: Kikkerland Maps

Mommy's Lil Helper: Kikkerland Maps

Do you know the capitals of all 50 states? I'm guessing the chances are slim. You may have at one time and will again when your tot reaches third grade and must know them by heart.

Help him along with these magical Kikkerland US Placemats ($13). If you want to keep them for longer than one meal, laminate them and keep them for future dinners, craft projects, or family geography lessons.

A tad outdated, the maps are from 1895 so you'll be missing four of the 50 states. Can you guess which ones they are?

annebreal annebreal 8 years
I had one of these from Walmart as a kid, and to this day I can remember all the states and their capitals...should've had a global one too, I'm lousy at geography.
smarler smarler 8 years
These are cute, and very clever. Alaska, Hawaii were the last two states to join the Union. I'm off to look up the other two.
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