Abandoned Chatillon Car Cemetery (PHOTOS) When World War Two ended, departing American soldiers parked their cars in the forest near Chatillon, Belgium. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
$4.00 This is a five-page packet that provides detailed instructions for the world cultures theme park project. I use it to reinforce students' knowledge about world cultures and to brush up on their mapmaking skills.
Step 1: Print a few pages of Geotrackable codes from http://Geotrackable.org or put them on a flash drive and go to a local print shop. Step 2: Ask employee how to do lamination. Step 3: Laminate the Trackable Codes Step 4: Cut out codes but leave room for holes Step 5: Punch a hole in each one for string or chain Step 6: Attach to Geocache item
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