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Around the world

Our around the world in a suit case activity was a fun and easy. We used a old suitcase and filled it with things that would show off what is the world and what goes on in places other then where we live.  My kids enjoyed finding things to add and loved seeing pictures of family that live far. It was a easy way to introduce a globe to my kids and teach about new things.
Learning threw play is how my kids learn, and it's very effective.

 Think the only thing that could have made it better was if I had some food from around the world for them to try, maybe next time.
What would you add in a around the world suitcase with your child?


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