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Day 6 Review the names and locations of the continents, oceans, equator, and the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. At the beginning of the story, Toot was looking at a globe.
Do you think Toot packed the globe with him? What do you think he packed instead? What types of maps would he have needed? How would he read the maps? Collect and share a variety of maps, such as maps for a local park, grocery store, airport, museum, zoo, city, state, country, and world.
Note the key, symbols, and compass rose on each map in the story and on the real ones. Reinforce the cardinal directions North, South, East, West. Revisit the world map in which you marked Toot's travels.
Follow his path and note whether he travels North, South, East, or West to reach his next destination. Then, have students either make a map of the classroom or a room in your home, if you are homeschooling.
Brainstorm and make a list items in the room that can be placed on the map. Have children draw the items in the room by location. Then, have students describe items in the room using relative locations such as next to, near, across from, etc.
Mark the cardinal directions for the room using North, South, East, and West. Then ask questions, such as 'If you stood at the door to the room, which direction is the window? Does your thumb land on land or water?
What is the name of the continent or ocean that your thumb landed on? Is your thumb in the Northern or Southern Hemisphere? What is directly North of where your thumb is?
Look back at the postcard that Toot sent to Puddle. How did the mailman know who and where to deliver the postcard? What is Puddle's address? What is your address? Read Where Do I Live? Practice saying your address. Play a mail delivery game in which students take turns reading envelopes with 'addresses' on them and delivering them to the correct 'house'.
Day 9 Review what we have learned so far about our world. Sing 'The Continents Song'. Put together the world puzzle as you further review the oceans and continents. We live on Earth, on the continent of North America. Central America is a skinny area of land with lots of small countries, connecting the continents of North and South America.
Use a key to color code the countries in North America, and the area called Central America. Review stating your address. Day 10 Next, stress that we live in the country called the United States of America, which is made up of fifty states!
Read a book about the United States of America. Locate the capital of the United States and place a picture of the White House there. Complete a puzzle of the United States of America.
Day 11 On a US map, locate the state you live in. Read a book about the state you live in. Use a key and a map of the US to color the state you live in. For example, color Indiana and the surrounding states north-Michigan, south-Kentucky, east-Ohio, and west-Illinois.Santasaurus by Niamh Sharkey and our Roll and Count Santa Math Game will keep your kids busy and learning!
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