Review: United States Trivia Pack of 50 States


My Review

I have found an idyllic, fun-loving game for you. Whether you are a history buff who loves watching "Jeopardy", so eager to answer questions or a classroom teacher, perhaps a parent of youngsters, the United States Trivia Pack is an excellent resource and teaching game for all ages!

The members of my family were ebullient about their vast knowledge of information regarding some of the states they have lived in such as, Maine, Kansas, Iowa, Texas and Oregon. Representing 50 States and providing 15 questions per state provides a plethora of information for young and old to recall and remember.

Most folks will know their state flower or bird. There's a myriad of other points to learn such as:

1. What is the largest city in Oregon?
2. How many letters are in the Hawaiian alphabet?
3. Strawberry Point is home of the world's largest what?

In my opinion, playing the U.S. Trivia Game of 50 States first hand, I give it a 5 * review. Well worth the money. A good investment not only for your money but for the exchange of learning. What a great approach to discovering information about this beautiful country we live in, the United States!

Product Description

Our printable United States Trivia Pack is massive value for money. All 50 states are represented, with 15 questions per state, totaling 750 questions. Quizzes cover state nicknames, trees, flowers, capitals, history, funny facts, bizarre laws and local customs and more.

Product Price
 The price is $19.95 for all 50 of the trivia games

Give away

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Fun Facts  About the United States

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