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This is a week-long project for a 5th grade class, but it could be expanded or adapted for many grade levels studying American history. With this project, students are being asked to create a hypothetical cross-country road trip. They must choose ten stops along the way, which will require them to become more familiar with almost every region of the United States. It will allow them to become more familiar with the geography of America and where the states are in relation to one another. It will ask them to incorporate stops to historical landmarks, natural landmarks, and points of interest, which will provide a visual and geographic context of where these events took place in our country and why they are important. Through the presentations of these projects, students will be able to take pride in their work and their chosen route, while providing new and interesting information to their fellow students through the facts they choose about each of their locations.
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