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Hi friends!

I teach Western Hemisphere Geography and I want to create "travel" boxes for my students this year over the countries/regions that we cover. I'm looking for ANY ideas on where to find the following items:

Postcards
Pictures
Books
Brochures
Souvenirs
Trinkets
ANYTHING

I'm looking for anything from the 50 states, Canada, Greenland, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, or South America.

Or if you would like to send a postcard to a bunch of 6th graders, that would work too!

Thanks!

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Discussion Review (newest messages first)
bubbleepink 08-05-2014 08:47 PM

I live in Northern Alberta and I would love to send you a post card! Please let me know where to send it and who to address it to!

BP

Peaches Pears 07-03-2014 08:57 AM

I would suggest contacting tourism boards in each of the provinces and states. Or elected members of provincial or state governments.

twentyteacher 06-13-2014 06:10 PM

Hi friends!

I teach Western Hemisphere Geography and I want to create "travel" boxes for my students this year over the countries/regions that we cover. I'm looking for ANY ideas on where to find the following items:

Postcards
Pictures
Books
Brochures
Souvenirs
Trinkets
ANYTHING

I'm looking for anything from the 50 states, Canada, Greenland, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, or South America.

Or if you would like to send a postcard to a bunch of 6th graders, that would work too!

Thanks!




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