Comments: US Geography: The Lucrative Way

I dunno - moving states seems like it could have benefits. Maybe we could move certain politically leaning states to where they truly belong.

Say, California to Cuba, for instance? It would certainly cut the travel time to go see my in-laws.

Posted by skinnydan at July 8, 2008 08:27 AM

I say lets move em haha

Posted by Kelset at July 8, 2008 11:14 AM

Scrambled States is one of our bed-time regulars. I usually read it doing my Hal Holbrook voice, which seems to fit pretty well.

Posted by Robert the Llama Butcher at July 8, 2008 11:42 AM

Since you're interested in art, you could debate the merits of the various state motifs on the backs of the quarters.

Virginia's is a lovely flotilla of ships. Louisiana's is a mishmash of mixed themes.

Posted by Janis Gore at July 8, 2008 03:53 PM

When we drove to OH to visit my family, I printed a map for Jay and outlined the states as well as wrote the state names prominently. Paul had already told him we were going on 77, so he had that down and can still locate I-77 on a US map. It's good, not just for geography, but for reading and math, the way I see it ;)

Posted by Lenise at July 10, 2008 07:26 AM