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#44: How to Teach Geography with KidPix I

Get as creative as you want with the pictures that go at the four points of the compass rose–let the kids be creative!

Before you start this project, be sure to go through How to KidPix I and How to KidPix II.

Click on image to enlarge if it’s blurry.

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–from 55 Technology Projects for the Digital Classroom. Preview available on Amazon.com and Scribd.com


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  5. Dear Jacqui,

    This is a great idea, thanks! I’ll be trying this one out soon. I teach K-5 Technology and am always looking for new approaches to integrate in authentic ways. I’m glad I found your blog. Do you blog with students too?

    Kelly Moore

    • Thanks, Kelly. I don’t blog with students yet. Do you? I’ve read a lot about blogging platforms that are safe for kids, but have yet to pull the trigger. I’m close.

      Love your blog. It’s so colorful and engaging.

  6. Yes, I do blog with students. I really like our Edublog platform. As far as safety, I approve all comments before they are posted. It’d be worth your time to check it out. Thanks for your kind words on our blog. The benefits in our classroom have been amazing!

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