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African Masks (March 2011)
The children looked at the patterns and imagery adorning West African tribal masks, before creating their own striking examples. Each child was given a mask shape cut out from brown paper, which th…
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Seven Continents Poster Set
Where will you go today? Students discover what is unique about each continent through colorful images and fascinating facts. Learn about the geography, climate, culture, resources, animals, and famous landmarks. They're so attractive; you'll want to keep them up as a permanent classroom decoration! This set features: Antarctica Africa Asia Australia Europe North America South America ©2009 Teacher's Discovery. 17 x 22 inches each, laminated. Middle/high school. Includes a free…
The Seven Continents
North America South America Europe Asia Africa Antarctica Australia The Continent Song This fun, interactive activity is a great tool to acquaint you child to the world. Simply make cut-outs of each continent and cut or print out pictures of things that represent each continent. There are many great sites where you can get printable templates of the continents. You can take the fun a step further and learn about the animals predominantly found in each continent. Next, you could track…
Montessori Geography Trays
Montessori activities for preschoolers interested in geography. These easy DIY ideas are perfect for 3 and 4-year-old homeschooling.
This is a Geography work job for kindergarten. It is a felt world map puzzle. The pieces and board are made out of regular felt and there is a black outline on the board for all of the pieces to fit into. There are also labels for all of the continents and oceans for any advanced learners. This activity would be in the science center to teach kids about maps or the world. I would use anecdotal records to assess this, writing down what the child is doing and their justifications for doing it.