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Don't get left behind! Cross off all of these European destinations from your bucket list and virtually visit.
Teachers, parents, and students all agree that these are the best ways to learn about and experience these exotic sites, if you can't go there in person.
Each product includes a document of talking points and another full of interesting facts about each site.
The tours are also accompanied by PDF files that describe what you are seeing based on the corresponding minutes in the video. This is so you can pause the tour at the given time stamp and let the class know what they are looking at.
For example, an excerpt from the Statue of Liberty tour says –
"1:05 – 1:18 – The tour takes you down to the entrance of New York Harbor.
a. The bridge in the middle of the screen is the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge and it connects Brooklyn and Staten Island over a straight of water called the Narrows.
b. The Manhattan skyline is on the eastern side of the harbor and Jersey City’s skyline is on the western side.
c. The Statue of Liberty is the teeny tiny green dot right in front of downtown Jersey City.”
To watch, all you have to do is click on the file, Google Earth will open the tour will start. * Your computer must have Google Earth to watch these tours.
Feel free to visit some other famous landmarks in the Americas.
1. The Golden Gate Bridge (3:29)
2. Chichen Itza (5:38)
3. Niagara Falls (2:10)
4. Panama Canal (3:02)
5. Statue of Liberty (2:07)
6. Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri (1:06)
7. Mount Rushmore (3:02)
8. Machu Picchu (5:07)
9. Freedom Tower, aka One World Trade Center (3:54)
Here are some European landmarks.
1. Stonehenge (3:29)
2. The Acropolis (5:38)
3. The Colosseum (5:38)
4. The Leaning Tower of Pisa (3:28)
5. The Eiffel Tower (3:15)
6. Big Ben (5:12)
7. Notre Dame de Paris (4:20)
Tour some African sites.
1. The Egyptian Pyramids and the Great Sphinx of Giza (3:15)
Go on an outing to these Asian destinations.
1. The Great Wall of China (5:41
2. The Kremlin, Red Square and St. Basil’s Cathedral (4:20)
These tours work great with social studies lessons about famous landmarks, maps, cardinal directions, etc.
Here are a few links to some helpful tutorials on how to use Google Earth.
How to Use Google Earth For Beginners – by Rick Castellini on YouTube
Beginner Google Earth Tutorial Videos by Google
Beginner’s Guide to Using Google Earth – by The Land Brothers
Please feel free to email me directly at email@example.com if you need any assistance.
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