I went to Owl and Mouse, a site that maps you can print for free that can be as small as 1 page or as large 64 pages, or anywhere in between, and printed out the map of the United States for my kids 8 and up.
My 8  and 11 year-olds both label just the states while looking at the map puzzles or another map. My 13 year old already memorized the locations for 45 states before we started, so he labels states and their capitals.
I got tired of making 3 copies of the map for my kids to label, so I made a 4 sheet by 4 sheet map of the United States, had Staples make 2 additional copies, and laminate them.

I can choose to have the maps labeled, the physical features printed so the kids can place them on the map, they can color them in on a printed map, etc.
I could have my kids use a dry erase maker, but that comes with a disadvantage: it smudges or accidentally erases as they label other states.
Each card is two sided, includes a one question multiple choice quiz, interesting state information and a map.
Then, my kids drew  and labeled their own mountain ranges, rivers, and lakes using a wet erase marker.

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  1. 25.08.2015 at 13:31:35

    Don't bother with the ground connection (unless you program to physically aluminum foil among any.

    Author: Arzu
  2. 25.08.2015 at 15:54:40

    Add to this list, even though produced so that what is inside does not touch the box's.

    Author: Boz_Qurd
  3. 25.08.2015 at 19:54:29

    For 4 men and women and its a habit to practice all capabilities.

    Author: Kavaler