To start off with, someone gives the state and some fact about the capital, or that state, the next person gives the capital of the state, and another fact about that state or capital. Then they would ask another state's capital and give a fact. so on and so on.
I know my niece comes on here loves to learn about cakes, but she pretty much sticks around this kind of thing, and I would like to give her another source of learning for other things.
Does this sound ok?
1- The area code for the capital is 515,
2- The state was founded in 1843
3- The dome of the capitol is gilded in tissue-paper thin sheets of pure 23-karat gold, with a protective layer sealing the gold from the elements, and is 275 feet tall.
OK I'll play for a bit...
Des Moines is the capital.
1- There's a high school named after the capital
2- State bug is the lady bug,
3- area code for the whole state is 302
4- The capital is host to one of the most popular NASCAR race tracks
5- Caesar Rodney is buried there, and has a school named after him
(I could go on and on, that's my home state and town)
Dover is the capitol of Delaware.
1. The capitol is named after a famour explorer.
2. "Hang on Sloopy" is the official state Rock song.
3. The Cardinal is the state bird.
4. Red carnation is the state flower.
5. Some well-known personalities were born in Ohio. Among them Steven Spielberg, Paul Newman, Annie Oakley, Arsenio Hall and Clark Gable.
6. The state capitol now is not the original state capitol (it actually traveled to various cities since the state's "birth" in 1803.)
Columbus is the capital of Ohio!! GO BUCKS!!
Known as the Sunshine State
State Flower: Orange blossom
1-this capital also served as co-capital with New Haven during the years of 1701-1875.
2-One weird law in the capitol is you may not, under any circumstances, cross the street walking on your hands!
3- This capital has remained the only capital city of Connecticut since 1875.