My World Project- such a clever way to teach little one about the great big world

"My Place in the World:" Kids Geography Project

help kids understand diff between city, state, country. ** great project to help kids understand their place in this world.

Language kiddos have a hard time understanding locations concepts sometimes.  This might be a great activity to try with all my elementary language students.

This activity would great to do after reading the book "Me on the Map". The students will learn geography by placing themselves on the map.

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Oh! The Places You'll Go Staff Appreciation Party Ideas

Location Nesting Boxes - great way to teach geography @Lindsey App -?? maybe in partners?

A Practical Way to Teach Kids Where They Live

Location Nesting Boxes: World, Continent, Country, State. Life with Moore Babies: Our Place in the World

Cristina and Jill -   What if each of our class studied one habitat and we created this collaborative bulletin board.  Then each class teach another class - through drama, or presentation about the habitat they studied? I like Michelle!

Thinking Maps

A variety of Thinking Map examples in a second grade class. (Team V's Second Grade Fun: Thinking Maps) Make observations of plants and animals to compare the diversity of life in different habitats

Learning Where I Live in this World – Elementary Geography Lesson on http://www.feelslikehomeblog.com

Learning Where I Live in this World - Elementary Geography Lesson

Learning Where I Live in this World – Elementary Geography Lesson. Me on the Map flip book

All Things Upper Elementary: Teaching Deeper Thinking With Poetry: Common Core

Possible lit-work station - Teaching Deeper Thinking With Poetry: Common Core- I could use this for harder articles in order to model and teach annotation!

These 350 projects in social studies take your students beyond dioramas and research papers to authentic learning in community and civic problem-solving...

These 350 projects in social studies take your students beyond dioramas and research papers to authentic learning in community and civic problem-solving and world outreach. Your students collaborate with classes across campus, the town or the world.

40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World

Pangea Redrawn With Today's Political Boundaries. Once, the earth was comprised of a supercontinent called Pangea. So what would that continent look like if it had the political boundaries of today?


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