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This geography activity is completely student driven, fun and interactive. It can be done with any textbook map or atlas that has European physical geography. First, students create a physical map of Europe labeling key features. Then, students play the Where in the World Scavenger Hunt printable clue game. Students guess the features by reading four description clues for differing geographical feature of Europe. It comes with a key!
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Tony Pavlovich, Instructomania, Middle Ages, Geography of Europe
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