Geography of the Spanish-Speaking Caribbean: Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic
Third graders identify the Spanish-speaking Caribbean Islands and compare national symbols. They locate Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic on a map and compare the national symbols of the Caribbean Islands and the U.S.
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