Here, There and Everywhere: Essays Upon Language
Jennifer Cody presents "Here, There, and Everywhere!," a geography lesson for 2nd-4th grade classes that introduces the basic directions of north, south, east, and west. The students use a compass to search for a "treasure" by following written directions. Cody highlights the lesson procedures. The Florida Geographic Alliance (FGA) provides the lesson online.
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