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Adventures Around the World: Folktales Through Time (Social Studies, Grades 1-3)

Social Studies

World Geography

In this ongoing class, students will have fun learning the continents, countries, cultures and capitals around the world! We will identify flags, landmarks, and waterways. Join me as we travel the world!
Katie Achter, M.A. & TESOL
43 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 30 learners
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Students will learn the 7 continents, 5 oceans, many countries and their capitals around the world!
When I was a child, our family traveled all over the United States and Europe.  From there, my curiosity grew and I enjoyed learning about different lands and people across the world.  I have a BA in History and have experience teaching students (ages 4-18) history and geography.  
Students will not have homework, however they will probably want to play the games after class because they are just so fun!  Students may also want to complete the lesson's coloring page/handout.
Students will need to print off (prior to class): -passports -maps -handouts/coloring sheets Students will also need "markers" for their maps. These can be: -dried beans -balls made from modeling clay -sequins -or whatever you have around the house **I also like to use chocolate chips (for mountain ranges) and candy fish or fish crackers (for waterways and oceans). All of these are completely optional, however it does make the games more fun for the kids. You may also want to consider laminating maps (or using a sheet protector) so your child can practice or play the games multiple times. An alterative option is to purchase shop ticket holders from the Dollar Tree to put the maps in. When choosing this option, students can use dry erase markers to identify/outline locations on the maps. These options allow students to use the maps multiple times.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.


Katie Achter, M.A. & TESOL
Lives in the United States
Encouraging a Love for Life-Long Learning
43 total reviews
108 completed classes

About Me

Hello Friends and Welcome to my classroom!  I have been teaching for over 15 years in various areas of education.  I believe learning should be fun.  I enjoy teaching reading, writing, and the English language.  I also enjoy teaching classes that... 
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