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  • The Rivers and Lakes of Yosemite National Park
    Known for its waterfalls, Yosemite covers nearly 1,200 square miles of wilderness. Read on to learn more about the lakes and rivers of Yosemite National Park.
  • Key Features of Ancient Greece Geography
    The geography of ancient Greece may not seem ideal because of all the mountain ranges and the scattered islands, but it proved fertile land for the development of the arts and culture. Mountain ranges and islands made the peninsula known as Greece a major force in shaping the world.
  • The Five Longest Rivers in the World
    There are thousands of rivers in the world, but only a few which are thousands of miles long and span through many countries! Learn about the top five longest rivers in the world here.
  • All About the Niles River: The Longest River on Earth
    The River Nile has impacted society throughout the ages, long before Cleopatra--not just because of its outstanding length but also because of the history that has taken place along its banks. Check out these awesome facts to know more about the world's longest river.
  • Study Guide for 5 Themes of Geography
    The five themes of geography are used in social studies and history lessons throughout the school year. You need to be familiar with each theme of geography, provide examples of each, and understand its importance.
  • Five Games To Learn States and Capitals
    Studying is not only more fun when you use games, it’s also more effective. Try these quick and easy learning games to breeze through the states and capitals unit this year! Try playing these games at home with a parent or a friend in your class.
  • Portugal’s Cuisine and Cultural Influences
    Portugal’s early sea navigators set out in search of gold and discovered other valuable commodities, resulting in permanent transformation to its people and culture. But, unfortunately these epic journeys were often at the expense of the crew.
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