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Want to introduce your students to different countries of the world? My Country in Focus series, highlights a country with a web quest, some fun facts and some extension activities. The second in the series is India.India is a country in Asia. After China, it has the world's largest population. Did you know that it was ancient India which gave the world the idea of the zero? Did you know that the game Chutes and Ladders comes from an Indian board game? Did you know that more people speak English in India than in the United States? If you travel to India, make sure to visit it's most famous landmark, the Taj Mahal! Let's Explore India... It would be a great one day activity for before a vacation or for an enrichment activity.India: Country in Focus(A Webquest)


Explore World Landmarks are great to introduce kids to some popular world landmarks around the world. Great for a Friday activity, for social studies classes or when you are going to have a substitute for the day.With writing in the content area, the short activities can also be a positive addition to Language Arts classes, too! About one page of reading, discussion questions and extension activities all help students learn some informative facts about famous world landmarks in the world. This reading is on the the Taj Mahal!Tah Mahal: Exploring World Landmarks Reading