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  • Christina Boissoneault

    #SocialStudies #Geography This pairs with "Me on the Map" and would be great for differentiation at any level.

  • Chelsea

    This would be great for social studies. Wonderful idea for teaching city, state, country and how they relate! I could see this as a great 3rd grade project or even 2nd grade. I would not do this for High School but still very neat

  • Jolene A

    1st grade social studies. City, state, country, continent, world.

  • Rozlyn Burns

    Social Studies: house, street, city, state, country, continent and planet - "Me on the Map" activity

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