With that in mind, this week we’re giving away two super-cool travel-related books AND a set of activity cards:
- How Airports Work and How Cities Work (Lonely Planet Kids) are both lift-the-flap books that reveal the inner workings of airports and cities so kids can explore.
- Global Kids: 50+ Games, Crafts, Recipes & More From Around the World (Barefoot Books) includes a variety of activities on cards (disclaimer: the box was slightly damaged in transit, kind of like what happens to my luggage all too often….).
For a chance to win these, submit a comment to this blog to answer this question:
If you had a free airplane ticket to anywhere, where would you go?
Submit your comment by Thursday, December 12, to be entered in our random drawing. One lucky teacher will win! Congratulations to our lucky winner Carol!
Before you jet off, check out these great travel-related freebies and grants for teachers and students:
Have you heard of the NOAA Teacher at Sea program? Teachers get real-world experience working at sea with world-renowned NOAA scientists. More than 800 teachers have participated. Hurry! Applications are open only until the end of November. Click here to learn more.
Open students’ eyes to our rapidly changing world—and prepare them for success—with a free Global Education 101 course from the Department of State and the International Research & Exchanges Board. The self-paced course includes readings, videos, and chats; get five hours of PD credit when you complete it. Sign up at irex.catalog.instructure.com.
Supplement your geography lessons with Camilla, Cartographer from Magination Press. Camilla is an adventurous little wild boar who loves maps. Win the book and other prizes at themailbox.com/learning/freebies-and-more#win.
Can’t wait to hear your destinations of choice!
PS: Check out the other amazing prizes we’re giving away at LearningMagazine.com.