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Scribble States Game

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You can find lots of geography-related games on my Geography page.  You sort of figure that there are only so many ways you can design a map-related game, right?

Well, a very creative game designer just developed a new map game that is amazing.  I don’t how how people can come up with stuff like this.

In Scribble States (which I learned about from Jay is Games) you first are shown numbered dots that you have to connect.  Then, after you’ve connected them all, you have to choose which U.S. state your drawing shows.  You’re timed, and after you finish one it shows another.

I’ve placed the link under the United States and Canada section.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  1. In a district pushing tablet technology, this is an amazing game for our fourth graders who study the United States. Don’t know how I feel about the whole bubbling in thing, but I guess its realistic practice for our students. Not that I want to reinforce this…but I digress. Thanks for finding this and posting it, Larry!

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