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Guinea-Bissau

Guinea-Bissau
Since Guinea-Bissau won its independence from Portugal in 1974, it has experienced almost non-stop political instability. Presidential leaders are frequently ousted – or...

Guinea-Bissau

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Vatican City

Vatican City
In the middle of Rome, lies the Vatican City, a tiny independent state and center of the Roman Catholic Church. This is where the pope and other leaders of the Catholic Church live. The Roman Catholic Church previously owned many states in

Vatican City

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Indonesia

Indonesia
Imagine living in a country that’s not just one piece of land, but 17,000 islands. You might have to take a boat to visit your grandmother or even to buy school clothes....

Indonesia

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Jordan

Jordan
Most people living in Jordan are Muslim and the official state religion is Islam; yet, several places in Jordan are important to Christians. The...

Jordan

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Samoa

Samoa
Samoa is a group of nine islands in the South Pacific Ocean known for its beautiful scenery and friendly people. Most of the people who live here are native Samoans whose ancestors came by boat thousands of years ago.

Samoa

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United States of America

United States of America
Have you ever heard America called a “melting pot?” What do you think that means? America is called a melting pot because immigrants have come here from all over the world over the last 400 years. Originally, most settlers came from northern Europe. Your ancestors might have come from

United States of America

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Haiti

Haiti
Haiti sits on the western portion of the island of Hispaniola west of the Dominican Republic and south of Cuba. Haiti is the poorest country in the Americas and has experienced...

Haiti

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Cartography – Map Making

Cartography – Map Making
Let’s say a friend asks you how to get to your house. What will you tell him? Could you draw a map? What would you include on the map? Perhaps you’d include streets, houses or maybe buildings like your favorite ice cream store. Maybe you’d include landmarks, like the stream behind your...

Cartography – Map Making

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Ecuador

Ecuador
Sitting at the northwestern edge of South America lies Ecuador, the smallest country in South America. Ecuador lies on the equator – the imaginary line that separates the northern hemisphere from the southern hemisphere, hence its name. This country is about the size of Colorado,

Ecuador

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Peru

Peru
Remember the selfish ruler, Kuzco, who was turned into a llama in the movie, The Emperor’s New Groove? His character is based on an ancient Incan ruler and the kingdom that he rules is based on the ancient Incan city of Cusco in Peru. The Incan people built an elaborate civilization in Peru...

Peru

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