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School-Home Link: Maps

In this atlas and parent communication form learning exercise, students use an atlas to find several things: the capitol city of Japan, the number of countries in Africa, where to buy a newspaper, the names of Presidents of the United States, the longest river in South America, the tallest mountain in Mexico, and the size of the sun. Students must have their parents or guardians sign the learning exercise.

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Grade
4th - 5th
Subjects
Economics & Business
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Resource Types
Fill-in-the-blank
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Usage Permissions
Public Domain

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