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Where Do You Live?


Create a chart with columns. At the top of each column paste a cut-out picture of a home (one of brick, one of wood, an apartment house, a mobile home, and so on). Add columns for any kind of home you may have overlooked. Let each child describe where he/she lives and place a tally mark in the correct column. Add up the tally marks in each column and create questions about the chart for children to answer. For example, Do more children live in brick homes or apartment houses?


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