Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Love to Learn-- Geography Craft idea

This past week the boys and I  decided to get a little crafty!

We decided to make a salt dough topographical map of the United States.  I've seen many variations of salt dough maps and as much as I always thought it would be fun to make them we never made time to do it.  I am so thankful that our Pinterest Challenges are pushing us to try and do more!

Our map before coloring. 
Our completed map.

If you'd like to read HOW we made our map we you can click here.


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6 comments :

  1. I am a big geography buff so I LOVE this!! Have I told you lately how creative you are!!

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    1. Well thank you pretty lady! :) I love geography too and have had so much learning all about it with the boys.

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  2. I hope you're having a great week! Thanks for hosting!

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  3. This is so fun! I made salt dough Christmas ornaments a few years back. I wouldn't have thought to do something like this though! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. We've made salt dough ornaments quite a few times but never thought to use any leftover dough for learning. Now that we've tried it I'm sure we'll do it again. It was surprisingly quick and we learned a lot.

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