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how to teach kids where in the world they live

For a long time now, I’ve realized that Maddy, Owen, and Cora have no idea where they live. Sure, they get that they live in Maryland and their Nanny and Pap and most aunts and uncles live in Pennsylvania, but they don’t really know where they live in relation to the rest of the world. …
  • Amanda Reilly

    Week1-How to teach kids where in the world they live. We have this conversation at least monthly, so hopefully this will help the kiddos learn a few things.

  • Kimberly Hill

    Teaching where we live -- the big picture. Great for a communities lesson.

  • Coli Pleet

    Help kids understand the concept of learning about where they live relative the the Earth, Continent, Country, State, City, Street. Social studies/ geography

  • Sarah Ballard Gaither

    Teaching where we live -- the big picture. This is a great social studies tool!

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