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It’s one thing to tell children about their state — its shape, geography and crops — and another thing to have them re-create it in an interactive scale model. But that’s what happened at Centreville Elementary.
Working in the garden are (from left) students Tre Ridgway-Davis (red shirt), Anjali Mehta and ...
Students working on their topographical map of Virginia; the blue bricks at right symbolize a ...
The students learned about each region of Virginia while creating their living map of the ...
Centreville Elementary fourth-graders work the soil inside their map of Virginia.
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