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Britannica Discovery Library Volume 3 - People and Places by Pamela Dell (Author), Kathryn Harper and Mark Domke

By Pamela Dell (Author), Kathryn Harper and Mark Domke (Editors)

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Have you gone anywhere fun recently? Do you have pictures of your trip? Make a frame for one of those pictures to remind you of the place you’ve been. Measure your selected photograph. Measure and cut out a piece of sturdy poster board or cardboard that is an inch or two wider on each side than your picture. That will be your frame. Now trade lists and go. The first person to spot all the things on his or her list during the trip wins! Decorate your frame with things that remind you of your trip.

Now glue your photograph in the center of the frame, making sure it doesn’t cover something you want to show. Now you can enjoy a trip down memory lane! 1 Who Am I? horizon (huh RY zen) the line where the sky and the earth appear to meet museum (myu ZEE um) a building where collections of art, old objects, science discoveries, and many other kinds of information about the world can be seen by visitors pilot (PY let) or a boat 54 a person who steers an airplane AN D PL A CE S Think of all the different kinds of workers you see when you go places, such as shop clerk, firefighter, office worker, farmer, nurse.

Measure and cut out a piece of sturdy poster board or cardboard that is an inch or two wider on each side than your picture. That will be your frame. Now trade lists and go. The first person to spot all the things on his or her list during the trip wins! Decorate your frame with things that remind you of your trip. You could use a street map of a city you visited or a map of a country you were in. Or, decorate the frame with different souvenirs from your trip, such as ticket stubs, labels, paper restaurant napkins, or programs from events you enjoyed.

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