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Completed 📍New Mexico in @thunderbunnylabs and scratched it off @newverest USA Maps! Will complete by Summer 2020 🤞🏼 🇺🇸 47/50 . #questforfiftystates #50stateschallenge #TsaoFamilyAdventures #usgeography #whatsleft #bucketlist #beforehighschool

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We have the best homeschool teacher, who does the best chalkboard drawings to inspire these kiddos! #waldorf #geography #homeschool #usgeography

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🗳🗺 2020 Nevada Democratic caucus. 1 ) Winner by greatest percentage of county convention delegates (CCD ); 2 ) Difference between progressive candidates' (Sanders, Warren ) combined CCD percentages and moderate candidates' (Biden, Buttigieg, Klobuchar, Steyer ) combined CCD percentages (green = progressive and yellow = moderate ); and 3 ) Bernie Sanders CCD percentage. #geopsephology #psephology #maps #gis #cartography #geography #usgeography #electoralgeography #electionmaps #nevadacaucus #nevadacaucuses #democraticparty #democrats #berniesanders #feelthebern #bernie2020 #notmeus #mapsforbernie #socialdemocracy #democraticsocialism #dsa #multiracialworkingclass

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We'd like to give a huge shout-out to our winners from last week's Third Annual Geography Challenge. . These students received a trophy (1st & 2nd place ) or medallion (3rd place ) and cash prizes ($100 for 1st place, $50 for 2nd place, and $25 for 3rd place ). . 𝐆𝐫𝐚𝐝𝐞𝐬 𝟏-𝟒 1st place: Nicholas Myers (Mount Vernon Elementary ) 2nd place: Anthony Narog (Eastwood Junior Academy ) 3rd place (tie ): Nolan Hood (Toledo Junior Academy ) and Xavier Verdugo (Toledo Junior Academy ) . 𝐆𝐫𝐚𝐝𝐞𝐬 𝟓-𝟖 1st place (tie ): Faith Babcock (Worthington Adventist Academy ) and Laila Wisecup (Northern Ohio Adventist Academy ) 3rd place (tie ): Cameron Dulaney (Mansfield Adventist School ), Noah Myers (Mount Vernon Elementary ), Eleanor O'Grady (Northern Ohio Adventist Academy ), and Rishi Reddy (Toledo Junior Academy ) . 𝐆𝐫𝐚𝐝𝐞𝐬 𝟗-𝟏𝟐 1st place: Ayden McCoy (Spring Valley Academy ) 2nd place: Thomas Hoover (Zanesville Adventist School ) . ♥ Congratulations ♥ to all winners, participants, sponsors and judges.

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On February 25, 1870, Hiram Revels became the first African American U.S. Senator. In fact, he was the first African American to be admitted to Congress as a whole. 1️⃣ Both of Mississippi's Senate seats were vacant in 1870 because in 1861, Democrat Albert Brown and future Confederate President Jefferson Davis both vacated their Senate seats when Mississippi seceded from the Union. On January 20, 1870, the Mississippi state legislature voted to seat Hiram Revels in Brown's former seat, but he could not be sworn in until Mississippi was readmitted to the United States on February 23. On February 25, the U.S. Senate voted 48 to 8 to seat Revels. 🖼️ The card shown in out post is from the game HistoryPlunge. The image is from a lithographic print published by Frank Leslie's Illustrirte Zeitung, American, 1857-1894. It is in the collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.

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After lunch we felt the need to gameschool for a bit. Glad we did! Spelling and geography, ✅ #thewolfway #gameschooling #yorkie #alwaysinvolved #spelling #geography #usgeography #funschooling #learningisfun

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Monday lessons 🤓... Learning about the world 🌍 around us is important, so is learning about the country we live in, USA 🇺🇸! 📚 #6yrsold Jonah We love learning about US history & geography as it’s extremely interesting and fascinating 🧐. ————————————————— ➡️3 Facts about this powerful country, diverse, multi-cultural country; that has the largest economy in the world: 💥Although Washington DC is the USA's capital, the largest US city is New York, with a population of over 8 million people. The USA is home to a population of over 318 million people. 💥 Native Americans, the first people to live in North America, crossed from Asia at least 10,000 years ago. 💥 The first state in the USA was Delaware (ratified in 1787 ); the last was Hawaii, which became the fiftieth state in 1959. 📜 . 📜 #globalfootprints 👣 #thetravelingkid #youngexplorer #adventureseeker #traveljournals #Eritrean #habesha #kidauthors #explorer #kidsauthor #worldtraveler #2020vision #travelblogger #washingtondc #ushistory #usstates #usgeography #usa 🇺🇸 #50states #kidsbooks #kidslearning #kidstravelingtheworld

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On February 24, 1868, Andrew Johnson was the first U.S. President to be impeached by the House of Representatives. He later narrowly avoided conviction in the Senate and remained in office. Andrew Johnson became the 17th President when President Lincoln was assassinated. Prior to being chosen as Vice President, Johnson had been Senator from Tennessee. When Tennessee seceded from the Union, Johnson proclaimed his allegiance to the Union and remained in Washington. When Lincoln ran for his second term, he chose Johnson as his running mate because he needed the support of "Union Democrats." In less than 2 months after Lincoln's second term began, Johnson became President. It soon became apparent that Johnson's lenient reconstruction approach was at odds with the Republican-controlled Congress. When Johnson tried to fire and replace Secretary of War Edwin Stanton, a Lincoln appointee who strongly opposed Johnson's Reconstruction policies, Congress invoked the newly-passed Tenure of Office Act to initiate impeachment proceedings. The Tenure of Office Act required that Presidential appointments and dismissals be approved by the Senate. Ultimately, the Senate acquitted Johnson by one vote (the vote was 35 - 19 in favor of conviction -- one vote shy of the 2/3 needed ). Johnson served out the remainder of the term.

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⛰️ 3rd and 4th grades are forming and painting clay landforms to enrich their map skills and their understanding of topography. Soon, they will begin a creative writing project that reinforces the meaning of each landform and allows their imaginations to soar! 🚀 . . #geography #mapliteracy #usgeography #classicaleducation #ofallonmoms #dardenneprairiemoms #ofallonmops #stcharlescounty #stleducation #missourischool #privateschool #privateeducation #raisingcontributors #elementaryeducation #ofallonpreschool #middleschool #ofallonschool

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Abraham Lincoln delivered his "House Divided" speech at the Illinois Republican State Convention on June 16, 1858. At that Convention, he was selected as the Republican candidate to run against Stephen A. Douglas at 5:00 p.m. At 8:00 p.m., he delivered this speech to his Republican colleagues in the Hall of Representatives. Here is a little more of the speech: "A house divided against itself cannot stand." I believe this government cannot endure, permanently half slave and half free. I do not expect the Union to be dissolved -- I do not expect the house to fall -- but I do expect it will cease to be divided. It will become all one thing or all the other. Many believe that this speech played a large role in Lincoln losing the Senate race to Douglas, but played a role in him ultimately being elected President. If you enjoy this type of trivia and you will be at HistoryCamp Boston, please join us for the evening "trivia night" festivities!

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Alaska was FUN! Who knew there was so much to learn about! The Northern Lights, mushing, and eskimos are just a few of the delights we learned about! .. I would LOVE to visit Alaska, even live there. Cold? Isolated? Sign me up! 🤭 Have you ever been? .. Road Trip USA curriculum purchased from the blog of @ericaarndt .. #usgeography #geography #alaska #homeschooling #homeschoolmom #homeschoolersofinstagram #secularhomeschooling #3rdgrade #preschool #learning 👩‍🏫

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There is a game-changing secret to making education work for all -- and it is starting to spread! According to LearningPlunge CEO and Founder, Alan Fishel, the single biggest problem in education in the U.S. has never been solved - making education work for not just some, but for everyone. Schools leave millions of children behind every year, but they don't have to. The secret is to supplement classroom teaching with "Fundamental Gamification." Fishel gave a TEDx Talk on the topic (accessed through our bio link ), and he describes the unique approach his nonprofit created to build knowledge and confidence, leading to longer-term academic success. Fishel created GeoPlunge 15 years ago, and more recently, HistoryPlunge, which are U.S. geography and history games and examples of Fundamental Gamification. These games don't replace classroom teaching, they supplement it. The games succeed where countless other approaches have failed because they address two keys to connecting with the most difficult to reach children. The games make learning truly fun and, at the same time, help ensure that students learn fundamental knowledge simply by playing. Students retain the knowledge and gain interest in learning more from their teachers because they now have foundational knowledge to build upon. They gain increased confidence in their intelligence - a factor that contributes directly to their success. One 9-year old said, "before I started playing GeoPlunge, I thought I was dumb. But now I know I am smart." We have heard countless stories over 15 years about struggling students whose lives turned through Fundamental Gamification. After introducing HistoryPlunge last year - the result of a collaboration between LearningPlunge and the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery - and the expansion of GeoPlunge into more cities, "Fundamental Gamification" is spreading. As Fishel puts it, "If more communities and schools take this approach, instead of lamenting that many of their students are unreachable, they will reach them. Fundamental Gamification can do more than make a difference – it can make tens of millions of differences for children throughout the country."

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Did you know that California is an island? Neither did we! This map from a 1697 book on geography, A Most Compleat Compendium of Geography by Laurence Echard, does not depict California as one of the contiguous 48 states in the continental U.S., but rather as a large island in the Pacific Ocean. London: Printed for J. Salisbury, 1697. #minotavrosbooks #geography #california #history #exploration #explorers #travel #wanderlust #historyofthebook #17thcenturybooks #finebooks #antiquarianbooks #traveltuesday #igbookshop #iglibraries #specialcollections #bookcollector #finebinding #maps #usgeography #travelogue #booksbooksbooks #historian #cartography #westcoast #westcoastbestcoast #pacificocean

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Yesterday, we had the pleasure of marching in the Alexandria, Virginia President's Day Parade with Ronald Duqette, a portrayer of Albert Gallatin (he is the gentleman on the right ). We learned a lot about Albert Gallatin during the 1 mile parade -- he was one of those important men in history that most people don't know a lot about. Below are some interesting things we learned. 🥁 Mr. Gallatin was the longest-serving Secretary of the Treasury in U.S. history. He served in that role from 1801-1814. Originally appointed by Jefferson, he served under both Presidents Jefferson and Madison. In that role, he reduced the national debt and secured financing for the Louisiana Purchase. 💰 Prior to becoming Secretary of the Treasury, Gallatin served as a 3-term Congressman and helped establish the House Ways and Means Committee. He was also the leader of the Democratic-Republicans in the House (today that role would have made him the House Majority Leader ). 👨‍⚖️ After serving as Secretary of the Treasury, Gallatin served as Commissioner, helping to negotiate the Treaty of Ghent (which ended the War of 1812 ) and later served as Minister to France. He helped establish New York University and served as President of the New York Historical Society. 🎓 Gallatin was a strong believer in a banking system for the United States backed by gold and silver and issued by a single national bank. This never occurred during his lifetime, but Gallatin’s proposal was a precursor to the gold standard, which the United States adopted in the late nineteenth century, and the Federal Reserve System, which the United States created in the twentieth century. 😃 Ron Duquette is one of the members of The League of Most Interesting Gentlemen, a group of men portraying Franklin, Jefferson, Madison and others. We met them at HistoryCampVirginia. All of these gentlemen are very knowledgeable and really get into their roles. Like we try to do, they make learning history fun and bring it to life.

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Happy President's Day! It's going to be a beautiful day for a parade, and we will celebrate by marching in a President's Day Parade. What will you be doing today? 🎈 Did you know that Presidents' Day is a federal holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February, but it never falls on a President's actual birthday? 📜 Originally established in 1885 in recognition of President George Washington, the holiday became popularly known as Presidents' Day after it was moved as part of 1971’s Uniform Monday Holiday Act, an attempt to create more three-day weekends for the nation’s workers. 😀 We hope you enjoy your holiday!

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Your little geography buff will ❤ this latest FREE printable activity that helps kids identify major U.S. rivers & mountain ranges & the Great Lakes. Download yours today at the link in our bio. #areasonforhomeschool #geography #homeschoolfreebies #freehomeschoolresources #freehomeschoolprintables #education #homeschooling #homeeducation #usgeography #geographylesson #homeschool

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🗺️📍 5th and 6th grades have been studying the physical features of the United States. They labeled different maps with different categories: rivers, mountain ranges, bodies of water, islands, deserts, major cities, physical regions, and political regions. After this project, the class will create a 3D physical map of the country with paper mache! ⛰️🏜️ . . #geography #mapliteracy #usgeography #classicaleducation #ofallonmoms #dardenneprairiemoms #ofallonmops #stcharlescounty #stleducation #missourischool #privateschool #privateeducation #raisingcontributors #elementaryeducation #ofallonpreschool #middleschool #ofallonschool

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Happy Birthday to Susan B. Anthony, who was born on February 15, 1820. 🎁 Susan B. Anthony was an abolition activist and one of the leaders of the suffragist movement seeking the right to vote for women. As noted in one of our earlier posts, she was arrested in 1872 for voting in a presidential election. Along with Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Anthony founded the National Woman Suffrage Association and led the group until 1900. She died just 14 years before women were given the right to vote with the passage of the 19th Amendment. 🖼️ The card in our post is from our game HistoryPlunge. The image is from a portrait at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery. The artist is Theodore C. Marceau. The portrait is a gelatin silver print, 1898.

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Remoteness Map of the US #USGeography https://buff.ly/2MNPOKA via @simongerman600

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Happy Valentine's Day and happy birthday to Frederick Douglass! ❤️ The fact is that Frederick Douglass, who was born a slave, did not know when his birthday was or even the exact year he was born. As he stated, slaves were not born on specific dates, they were born into times -- harvest time, etc. Valentine's Day is often recognized as his birthday, as he liked what the day stood for. 🎈 Some accounts, alternatively, state that he celebrated his birthday on September 3, 1838, as the day when his “free life began,” after he successfully escaped slavery on his second attempt. 🎴 Our HistoryPlunge Baseline question on Frederick Douglass is: Name the person who wrote several anti-slavery books; published the abolitionist newspaper called The North Star; gave an anti-slavery speech that became known as “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?”; and advised President Lincoln on some issues during the Civil War. 🖼️ The card shown in our post is from our game HistoryPlunge. The image of Frederick Douglass is from a portrait in the collection at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery. The artist is unidentified. The portrait is a quarter-plate ambrotype, 1856. The National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution purchased it with funds from an anonymous donor.

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Finally with this mess. County-level maps from the 2020 Iowa Democratic caucus. 1 ) Winner by greatest percentage of State Delegate Equivalents (SDE ); 2 ) Difference between progressive candidates' (Sanders, Warren ) combined SDE percentages and moderate candidates' (Biden, Buttigieg, Klobuchar ) combined SDE percentages (green = progressive and yellow = moderate ); and 3 ) Bernie Sanders SDE percentage. #geopsephology #psephology #maps #gis #cartography #geography #usgeography #electoralgeography #electionmaps #iowacaucuses #democraticparty #democrats #berniesanders #feelthebern #bernie2020 #notmeus #mapsforbernie #socialdemocracy #democraticsocialism #dsa

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🗳🗺 Town-level maps from the 2020 New Hampshire Democratic primary. 1 ) Winner by greatest percentage of votes; 2 ) Difference between progressive candidates' (Sanders, Warren ) combined vote percentages and moderate candidates' (Buttigieg, Klobuchar ) combined vote percentages (green = progressive and yellow = moderate ); and 3 ) Bernie Sanders vote percentage. #geopsephology #psephology #maps #gis #cartography #geography #usgeography #electoralgeography #electionmaps #nhprimary #democraticparty #democrats #berniesanders #feelthebern #bernie2020 #notmeus #mapsforbernie #berniemaps #socialdemocracy #democraticsocialism #dsa

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The month of February is recognized as African American History Month. But do you know how that came to be? Its origins are in 1925 when historian and founder of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (ASNLH ), Carter G. Woodson, announced Negro History week to raise awareness of African Americans' contributions. The event was first celebrated during a week in February 1926 that included the birthdays of both Abraham Lincoln (February 12 ) and Frederick Douglass (celebrated on February 14 ). The concept took hold and the celebration was expanded to a month in 1976, the nation’s bicentennial, when President Ford urged Americans to “seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history.” Since then each American president has issued African American History Month proclamations. Every year there is a theme and this year's theme is African Americans and the Vote. The year 2020 is the centennial of the Nineteenth Amendment (the culmination of the women’s suffrage movement ), as well as the sesquicentennial of the Fifteenth Amendment (1870 ) and the right of black men to vote after the Civil War. The theme focuses on the ongoing struggle on the part of both black men and black women for the right to vote.

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Oggi ripassiamo le capitali degli stati americani. Volete giocare anche voi? ▶️▶️▶️ scrivimi un messaggio privato per il link! #bilinguismo #bilinguismoinfantile #geography #usgeography #geografia #homeschooling

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These geography puzzles my mom got the girls for Christmas are great. I love all the cute little illustrations on them! 🌍 L has been using the U.S. map one without looking at the picture so she can quiz herself on the location of the states. #gameschooling #geography #homeschoolgeography #puzzles #geographypuzzle #homeeducation #homeschoolfun #homeschoollife #homeschoolresources #handsonlearning #usgeography #worldgrography #maps #thebarefootmom

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The 25th Amendment addresses presidential succession. Sections 1 and 2 of the Amendment cover what happens when a presidential vacancy arises (covered by Section 1 ) and what happens when a vice-presidential vacancy arises (covered by Section 2 ). Sections 3 and 4 cover situations where the President is still alive but for whatever reason cannot continue to serve. Nine Presidents have left office in the middle of a term; eight of these Presidents died and one (Nixon ) resigned. In each of these cases, there was a Vice President in office and that Vice President took over. William Henry Harrison was the first President to die in office; John Tyler was his Vice President. At the time, it was not clear whether Tyler would assume the title of President or would remain Vice President and merely fulfill the duties of President. He essentially forced the issue and took over as President and prior to the 25th Amendment, this set the precedent for future Vice Presidents to assume the presidency when Presidents died in office. But did you know that prior to the 25th Amendment, there were large portions of time when there was no Vice President. The practice was (largely because the role of Vice President was so minimal ) that if a Vice President died in office or took over as President, the Vice President would not be replaced. As a result, four Presidents, Tyler, Fillmore, Andrew Johnson and Arthur, never had a Vice President. In all, 17 Presidents did not have a Vice President for a portion of a term.

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This is a map of land cover types from the most recent (2016 ) National Land Cover Database published by the Multi-Resolution Land Characteristics Consortium. I have aggregated them at the county level according to whichever land type is the majority (or plurality ) in each county. A few patterns of note: 1 ) developed urban areas such as Boston, NYC, Detroit, Chicago, Atlanta, and Houston (red or pink ); 2 ) the Piney Woods (dark green ) in Louisiana and the Pine Belt across the South; 3 ) most of Florida, the southeastern coast, and some of the Gulf Coast are mostly wetlands (blue ) and are therefore most at risk for the effects of climate change; 4 ) several states, most notably Iowa and Illinois, are almost entirely devoted to agriculture (brown ); and 5 ) the conifer forests (dark green ) of the Pacific Northwest. #map #usmap #geography #usgeography #cartography #gis #geospatial #landuse #landcover #nlcd #climatechange #climatechangemap

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Celebrating 15 years of Google Maps! Thanks for guiding us to our memorable #TsaoFamilyAdventures ! . #GoogleMaps15 #googlemaps #googleearth #familyadventures #travelandlearn #usgeography #travelblogger #navigation #maps

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William Howard Taft was the only person to serve both as President of the United States and as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Taft, the 26th President, was a one-term Republican that served between Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson from March 4, 1913 - March 4, 1921. Later, in 1921, President Harding appointed Taft as the 10th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, a position he held until just before his death in 1930.

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Did you know that the Grand Canyon is the #1 tourist destination in the USA? You’ll learn travel tips and more in our US Geography class...and maybe you’ll even find some new friends who will road trip there with you! TAG a friend below who you’d take on a trip to the Grand Canyon 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 . #traveltiptuesday #aupairweekend #aupairadventures #aupairclass #aupairtravels #aupairlife #traveltips #aupairtips #grandcanyonnationalpark #hiking #aupairgirls #aupairweekendclass #usgeography #culturalcare #eastcoastadventures #proaupair #aupaircare #aupairworld #aupairusa #aupairamerica #aupairinamerica #aupair2020

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There is a big problem in education in the U.S. that has never been solved, and it has frustrated schools, teachers, parents, and children for decades: how to make education work not just for some, but for everyone. Some students are naturally engaged and motivated, and making education work for them is easy. But what about the rest? In his recent Tedx Talk, our founder talks about how in the last 15 years of working with students he has seen a certain type of gamification work with all types of students -- those at the top and those that are not. He discusses how what he calls "fundamental gamification" can work to lead all types of students to the doorway of success. As he states, fundamental gamifcation can make more than a difference – it can make tens of millions of differences for children throughout the country. You can access his entire talk through our bio link. We're interested in your thoughts!

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Thanks, Mary... This made my day. #usgeography

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Did you know that the Grand Canyon is the #1 tourist destination in the USA? You’ll learn travel tips and more in our US Geography class...and maybe you’ll even find some new friends who will road trip there with you! TAG a friend below who you’d take on a trip to the Grand Canyon 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 . #traveltiptuesday #aupairweekend #aupairadventures #aupairclass #aupairtravels #aupairlife #traveltips #aupairtips #grandcanyonnationalpark #hiking #aupairgirls #aupairweekendclass #usgeography #culturalcare #eastcoastadventures #proaupair #aupaircare #aupairworld #aupairusa #aupairamerica #aupairinamerica #aupair2020

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The stunning beauty of the Great Plains makes up over 500,000 square miles and covers all or part of 10 U.S. states. Aerial America gives you a soaring look at its fertile fields, badlands, and prairies. Tune in tonight at 8.

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🎉GIVEAWAY CLOSED🎉 Congratulations @blessthishome_school This giveaway is for Steam States Curriculum, Capital and States Usborne Book, Scrambled States Game, and a United States Scrunch Map To enter: 1 ) Like & Save this post 2 ) Follow the contributitors: @thewaldockway @chickieandroo @homeschoolbythebeach @littlelearnerandmom For additional entries: 3 ) Repost this photo or share in your stories with giveaway details. 4 ) Tag anyone who you think would love these amazing resources in a separate comment. Each comment counts as a separate entry, so tag away! The fine print: This giveaway is open to US residents only and is in no way endorsed by Instagram. The winner will be chosen on Sunday, November 4th.

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We’re chugging our way through the U.S. in Steam States. We wrapped up California yesterday with a wonderful documentary about John Muir. I had no idea that President Roosevelt ditched his duties and security to sleep under the stars with Muir. Why wasn’t I invited?! 😭🤣 . Today, we started Colorado and will be exploring all things Rocky Mountains! 🙌🏻 I shared his recently, but my Dad’s goal was to take me to all 50 states before I graduated high school. We didn’t quite make it, but I have been to 38! Unfortunately, Colorado isn’t on the list, but my husband lived there as a young child and tells lots of stories about scorpions in his shoes and other wild adventures! . How many states have you visited or lived in? Do you have a favorite? . . . . #steamstates #homeschoollifestyle #homeschooldays #365homeschool #homeeducation #unitstudy #usa #usgeography #learningathome #homeschoolers

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Have you seen my geography units? Alabama & Alaska are both live. Arizona will be up this week, hopefully. (It’s been a busy week with lots of extra kids around! ) 😀 My daughter is on my case though. She is making sure I get them done! I adore how much she is loving learning about geography this year. #teachbesideme #geography #educationalprintables . . . . . . . . . #usgeography #usstates #teachersofig #teachersofinstagram #teachingideas #homeschoolideas #homeschool #homeschooling #homeschoolcollective #ihsnet #iteachtoo #printable #socialstudies #america #kidsactivities #handsonlearning #homeschoolingideas #creativeteaching #educatecreatively #ihomeschool #homeschoolmom #homeschoolfamily

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Monday lessons 🤓... Learning about the world 🌍 around us is important, so is learning about the country we live in, USA 🇺🇸! 📚 #6yrsold Jonah We love learning about US history & geography as it’s extremely interesting and fascinating 🧐. ————————————————— ➡️3 Facts about this powerful country, diverse, multi-cultural country; that has the largest economy in the world: 💥Although Washington DC is the USA's capital, the largest US city is New York, with a population of over 8 million people. The USA is home to a population of over 318 million people. 💥 Native Americans, the first people to live in North America, crossed from Asia at least 10,000 years ago. 💥 The first state in the USA was Delaware (ratified in 1787 ); the last was Hawaii, which became the fiftieth state in 1959. 📜 . 📜 #globalfootprints 👣 #thetravelingkid #youngexplorer #adventureseeker #traveljournals #Eritrean #habesha #kidauthors #explorer #kidsauthor #worldtraveler #2020vision #travelblogger #washingtondc #ushistory #usstates #usgeography #usa 🇺🇸 #50states #kidsbooks #kidslearning #kidstravelingtheworld

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