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I would use this activity to help students get an idea of where they actually are in regards to the bigger idea that they live in a house, on a street, in a city, in a state, in a country and so on. This is helpful for students to actually get it so that it makes sense on their level. You could also do this on a smaller scale first of the school so they get an idea before the large scale project that this is.

I would use this activity to help students get an idea of where they actually are in regards to the bigger idea that they live in a house, on a street, in a city, in a state, in a country and so on. This is helpful for students to actually get it so that it makes sense on their level. You could also do this on a smaller scale first of the school so they get an idea before the large scale project that this is.

Social Studies Interactive Notebook - *This comes from a book you have to buy, but you could pull this off without it as long as you have the right worksheets.*

Social Studies Interactive Notebook - *This comes from a book you have to buy, but you could pull this off without it as long as you have the right worksheets.*

An Interactive Way to Teach Kids Their Address as well as their state, country, continent, and planet! A fun introduction to geography for kids!

A Practical Way to Teach Kids Where They Live

An Interactive Way to Teach Kids Their Address as well as their state, country, continent, and planet! A fun introduction to geography for kids!

Dear Student Sign Expectations and Classroom Decor  by invinyl, $19.99

Dear Student Sign, Expectations and Classroom Decor - perfect teacher gift/ end of the year gift

In this classroom....

In this classroom....

I cut a sponge to fit the container, and just poured glue in.  Students can just tap their shapes on the top of the sponge for a thin, even coat of glue - no more puddles!  I worried about the sponges getting icky, but I still have the ones that I made well over a year ago, and the sponges are still intact AND the glue isn't stinky :)

I cut a sponge to fit the container, and just poured glue in. Students can just tap their shapes on the top of the sponge for a thin, even coat of glue - no more puddles! I worried about the sponges getting icky, but I still have the ones that I made well over a year ago, and the sponges are still intact AND the glue isn't stinky :)

These are continents in a box. I love the idea that children can explore the continent (looking through pictures of places, animals, people, etc).

These are continents in a box. I love the idea that children can explore the continent (looking through pictures of places, animals, people, etc).

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

"My Place in the World:" Kids Geography Project

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