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Third Grade Thinkers: Where in the World? From December Build a floor size puzzle to help the kids visualize the world.

Would love to do this for the levels of organization of life - organelle, cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism :)

Where in the World . . . ?

Classroom Freebies: Where in the World . I do this every year when we read Me On the Map during our map skills unit.

Plate Tectonics with Oreo Cookies | Geography Education | Scoop.it

Plate Tectonics with Oreo Cookies

Earth Science This is an awesome edible science lab that demonstrates plate boundaries by using an Oreo as one of the Earth's plates. I would like to use this as an introductory lesson when teaching plate boundaries and plate tectonics.

Hands on geography! The teacher is reviewing latitude, longitude, hemispheres, continent and ocean names and cardinal/intermediate directions. Students use yarn for the prime meridian and equator, and index cards with the names for the oceans. Then the class uses unifix cubes to mark all the spots they are responsible for being able to locate.

Third Grade Thinkers: Where in the World? World Map Floor Puzzle blow up continents on overhead projector, use yarn to represent equator & prime meridian

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Want a cool look for fall? Let your Stitch Fix Stylist pull it together and deliver it right to your doorstep. She knows how to pair brights with neutrals, dressy with distressed—it’s all about balancing color and texture. She’ll scout the styles while you enjoy the season.

Your kids will love learning about United States geography with this FREE bingo game!

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: United States BINGO Game, play it in the car on a trip, or when learning states and capitals

Doodle Bugs Teaching {first grade rocks!}: Abraham Lincoln

Kacey over at Doodle Bugs Teaching inspired this fun President's Day bulletin board idea with her life-size Abraham Lincoln cutout and her "Are you taller than Abe?" activity (pictured above).

Good visual for Declaration of Independence. {do with the kids}

Declaration of Independence anchor chart. The anchor charts describes all the aspects of the Declaration of Independence. This can be used when learning about the history of the United States.

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