50 States & Capitals Worksheets

Join us on a journey through our states and capitals worksheets! They are a ticket to helping your students work on geography, cartography, reading, writing, research, and more! They are simple enough to add to a homework pack or to use in class. Your students will get to learn more about their home state and capital as well as many more. Geography will open doors and your student’s minds! Are you looking for more geography lessons for your class or homeschool? Take a look at our 50 States Brochures Research Pack!

United States and Capitals Worksheets

Each of our state and capital worksheet will have your students coloring in the state on the full US map, coloring in and naming the capital, labeling and marking two more major cities, drawing and naming lakes and rivers, and drawing mountain ranges. These 50 state worksheets will combine education and fun as students get to color and learn at the same time.

Alabama State Capitals Worksheet

Home of George Washington Carver, who discovered more than 300 uses for peanuts. Discover Alabama with this state and capital worksheet.

Alaska State Capitals Worksheet

Alaska has the longest coastline in the U.S. Discover more about Alaska with this state and capital worksheet.

Arizona State Capitals Worksheet

Home of the most telescopes in the world, in Tucson. What an odd fact! Discover more about Arizona with this state and capital worksheet.

Arkansas State Capitals Worksheet

Arkansas has the only active diamond mine in the US. It gives a whole new meaning to Little Rock. Discover more about Arkansas with this state and capital worksheet.

California State Capitals Worksheet

In 1964, San Francisco’s cable cars were named the first moving National Historic Landmark. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Colorado State Capitals Worksheet

The world’s largest silver nugget (1,840 pounds) found in 1894 near Aspen! Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Connecticut State Capitals Worksheet

Home of the first the first American cookbook, published in Hartford in 1796, Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Delaware State Capitals Worksheet

Home of the first log cabins in North America, built in 1683 by Swedish immigrants. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Florida State Capitals Worksheet

Florida is home to U.S. spacecraft launchings at Cape Canaveral! Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Georgia State Capitals Worksheet

Georgia is home to the Girl Scouts! Mmmm cookies. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Hawaii State Capitals Worksheet

Hawaii is home to the only US royal palace. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Idaho State Capitals Worksheet

Idaho is home to the longest main street in America at 33 miles! Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Illinois State Capitals Worksheet

The U.S’s tallest building is the Sears Tower, located in Chicago, IL. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Indiana State Capitals Worksheet

Start your engines! The famous car race: the Indy 500, takes place in Indiana. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Iowa State Capitals Worksheet

The shortest and steepest railroad in the U.S., Dubuque: 60 incline, 296 feet, belongs to Iowa. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Kansas State Capitals Worksheet

Up, up and away! Helium discovered in 1905 at the University of Kansas. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Kentucky State Capitals Worksheet

Kentucky is home to the largest underground cave in the world. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Louisiana State Capitals Worksheet

A whopping 98% of the world’s crayfish come from Louisiana. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Maine State Capitals Worksheet

Maine is the largest producer of toothpicks (and blueberries) in United States. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Maryland State Capitals Worksheet

The Maryland state flag is the oldest in the nation. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Massachusetts State Capitals Worksheet

Fig Newtons were named after Newton Massachusetts. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Michigan State Capitals Worksheet

Michigan is considered the Cereal Bowl of America. Battle Creek, produces most cereal in the U.S. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Minnesota State Capitals Worksheet

Minnesota is home to the oldest rock in the world, 3.8 billion years old! Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Mississippi State Capitals Worksheet

Coca-Cola was first bottled in 1894 in Vicksburg, Mississippi. It is also home to the maker of Barq Rootbeer! Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Missouri State Capitals Worksheet

Missouri is home to Mark Twain and his characters, Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Montana State Capitals Worksheet

Montana is home to Grasshopper Glacier where grasshoppers can still be seen frozen in ice. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Nebraska State Capitals Worksheet

Nebraska, which is nowhere near the ocean, is home to a lighthouse. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Nevada State Capitals Worksheet

Nicknamed the “Silver State,” Nevada is actually the largest gold-producing state in the U.S. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

New Hampshire State Capitals Worksheet

New Hampshire is home to artificial rain, first used near Concord in 1947 to fight a forest. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

New Jersey State Capitals Worksheet

The world’s first drive-in movie theater was built in 1933 near Camden, New Jersey. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

New Mexico State Capitals Worksheet

New Mexico is home to Smokey Bear, a cub orphaned by fire in 1950 Discover more about New Mexico with this state and capital worksheet.

New York State Capitals Worksheet

George Washington took the oath of office in New York City on April 30, 1789. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

North Carolina State Capitals Worksheet

Virginia Dare, the first English child born in America, on Roanoake Island in 1587. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

North Dakota State Capitals Worksheet

The geographic center of North America is located in Pierce County, North Dakota. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Ohio State Capitals Worksheet

The first electric traffic lights were invented and installed in Cleveland, Ohio in 1914. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Oklahoma State Capitals Worksheet

Much to our dismay, the first parking meter was installed in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Oregon State Capitals Worksheet

Located in Oregon, at 1949 feet deep, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Pennsylvania State Capitals Worksheet

The first baseball stadium was built in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1909. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Rhode Island State Capitals Worksheet

At an area of 1,214 square miles, Rhode Island is the smallest state in the United States. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

South Carolina State Capitals Worksheet

The first shots of the Civil War were in South Carolina at Fort Sumter. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

South Dakota State Capitals Worksheet

South Dakota is home to the largest, natural, indoor swimming pool! Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Tennessee State Capitals Worksheet

Tennessee was previously named Franklin, after Benjamin Franklin. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Texas State Capitals Worksheet

NASA, in Houston, Texas is the headquarters for all piloted U.S. space projects. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Utah State Capitals Worksheet

Utah is home to Rainbow Bridge, the largest natural stone bridge in the world. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Vermont State Capitals Worksheet

Vermont is home to the largest production of maple syrup in the U.S. Yum! Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Virginia State Capitals Worksheet

Virginia is home to William & Mary, the second oldest college in the U.S. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Washington State Capitals Worksheet

Lunar Rover, the vehicle used by astronauts on the moon, is made in Washington. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

West Virginia State Capitals Worksheet

West Virginia is home of marbles where most of the country’s glass marbles are made. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Wisconsin State Capitals Worksheet

The typewriter was invented in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1867. Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

Wyoming State Capitals Worksheet

 Wyoming comes from the Lenape Indian word “Mechewami-ing” which means “at the big plains.” Discover more with this state and capital worksheet.

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