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Why not use maps to help celebrate National Poetry Month in your classroom? Your students can travel locally and in the larger world, combining maps and poetry in the month of April. This post has 8 super creative ways to tie geography with poetry …. from creating silly poems about regions of the USA […]
Celebrate Women’s History this month in your class! Combine geography with recognizing the influential women of our culture. It’s a fun activity to locate the homes, workplaces or monuments of our famous American women on a map. Find out where they lived! Often women’s landmarks are notable for individuals, as with an artist Georgia O’Keefe, […]