Room 82 has been studying National Geographic Magazines. What makes a great layout? What makes an outstanding paragraph? The students will have multiple opportunities to create magazines. The first edition: Iteration 1 is now available for download to your iDevice. To do this, open this page on your phone/iPad and click the link below. It will open 'iBooks' and you will be able to flip through our first magazine.
Science, Geography, learning all about your world! Check out Kidtopia for information about almost anything that excites you about learning!
The world is a big place! There are so many different maps that can represent the world, that show you how the world is different. Check out Worldatlas for additional information!
Our other site! These links work well for this research work, too! Click here to check them out.
What better place to go than National Geographic for Kids? Here you will find lots of information divided into "Fast Facts, Geography, Nature, and Culture.
Time for Kids has lots of information about India, BUT you have to click the links to the left (⬅). Don't forget to click the links! Seriously.
Want to learn about India's economy? Animal life? Transportation? Look no further than Britannica for Kids!
What Families Eat Around the World:
Children's Bedrooms Around the World:
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