Top 21 Insanely Cool Crafts for Kids You Want to Try - HomeDesignInspired
With summer here and school out, it is time to hunt for things that will not only keep your kids busy, but also teach them creativity, as you will find kids often complain about being bored without an activity in front of them. In order to help you, we’ve gathered these simple and fun crafts [...]
You could use this activity to show students how the world is round and where all the continents and oceans are located. The first grade standard is in the geography strand under spatial thinking and skills saying: Maps can be used to locate and identify places. You could use the book There is a Map on My Lap!: All about Maps by Tish Rabe to show the students what maps look like.