Name the capital of the United States.
Every state in the United States has its own capital city. The capital city is the center of government for that state. It is important to know the capitals of the states for geography and history lessons.
State Capitals of the United States
State Capital - The capital of a state is the city where the state's government is located. It is usually the largest and most important city in the state. Legislature - The legislature is the lawmaking body of a state government. It is made up of representatives from each area of the state. Executive Branch - The executive branch is the part of the government that is responsible for carrying out laws and regulations. It is led by the governor of the state.
What is your favorite state capital?
- Washington D.C.
- Austin, Texas
- Sacramento, California
- Denver, Colorado
- Boston, Massachusetts
What are some of the similarities between the different state capitals?
What do you think is the most important thing a state capital should have?
What is the capital city of the state of California?
What have you learned about the different state capitals?
What new questions do you have about the state capitals after learning about them?