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    • Amanda Ward

      Turn an old map into magnets. This could be made into a fun activity for students to learn the names of U.S. states.

    • JoanieArlyceCarver

      turn an old map into a magnet puzzle Awesome for any Social studies topic.

    • Glenda Van Hoose

      old map magnets - good idea for learning states and capitals.

    • Carissa Kyle

      Turn an old map into magnets... great for an educational puzzle for kids Wisconsin Social Studies Standard: A.4.5 Use atlases, databases, grid systems, charts, graphs, and maps to gather information about the local community, Wisconsin, the United States, and the world

    • Lynley Barry

      Turn an old map into magnets ... what a neat way to learn states and their locations! This is a great idea to post as a Social Studies center.

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