All world country flags. - There are around 200 countries in the world, including large ones, small ones, old ones, new ones, disputed ones and some controlled by other countries or kingdoms (politics is complicated!).
According to the National Geographic, rainforests could vanish from the planet completely within the next century if current deforestation rates continue." Here's a really cool infographic that illustrates the many, many reasons why we can't let that happen:
(Shakespeare's Globe Theatre) - Paper Cutouts by PaperToys.com Let's learn while cutting paper today, shall we? PaperToys.com offers paper structures (to cut out and assemble) of several world landmarks. These structures may be used alongside your history program. Free - just print & cut.
One of the very first things I pinned on Pinterest was a tin foil river. I have often wondered if this activity would actually be worth it. Does this actually work? Would the tin foil hold up? Would the boys like it? So we decided to give it a try! Aidan was gone at basketball …