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Geography in the News: Pumpkins

By Neal Lineback and Mandy Lineback Gritzner, Geography in the NewsTM PUMPKINS: HALLOWEEN AND THANKSGIVING TRADITIONS Halloween and Thanksgiving are just around the corn...

Tagxedo – the new Wordle

Tagxedo... the NEW Wordle that creates images based on the info. SO will use this for our Presidential Project and other projects this year!

The World - A Globe Craftivity for Social Studies

THE WORLD - A GLOBE CRAFTIVITY FOR SOCIAL STUDIES - a fun way to study the continents and major water bodies $

A way to organize your literature curriculum: Genres.... "Knowledge of different genres gives students useful schemata-frameworks for understanding born of prior knowledge and experience-for story types" (Lynch-Brown, Short, & Tomlinson, p. 247).

Want to know where your Thanksgiving food comes from? This provides the geography of holiday food production with links to the data so you can map out the data with GIS (links produced by Western Illinois University). | Geography Education

Use the interactive map of the original 13 colonies to learn more about each colony or city, understanding the history of settlement and disputed lands in American history.

7th Grade Geography Projects

Would love to make these and hang them from the ceiling above each group of tables in my classroom. You can buy them in dark blue and then cut out the continents and glue them on the outside!

ESL - World Maps

ESL World Maps - These easy-to-read world maps are perfect for tacking to the wall or pasting into student notebooks! You'll find these colorful maps an invaluable addition to your classroom and a reference students will use again and again! $1.50 on TpT #ESL #EFL #ELL