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Passport to Explore

Passport to Explore

Increase students' awareness of the world with this passport activity. After they prepare their passports, encourage students to find countries on a globe and record them in their passports.

Materials:

  • Westcott 5” Kids scissors
  • globe
  • 6" x 9" construction paper rectangle (cover)
  • 5 1/2" x 8" white paper rectangle
  • construction paper scraps
  • stapler
  • glue
  • markers (or crayons)

Helpful Resources:

  • Scissor Caddies
  • Teachers Scissors
  • Kids Scissor Packs

 

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Passport to Explore Step 1

Step 1
Stack the white paper on the cover and fold to make a booklet. Staple the booklet together.

Passport to Explore Step 2

Step 2
Cut an oval from a paper scrap and label it "Passport." Glue the oval to the front cover. Decorate it.

Passport to Explore Step 3

Step 3
For page 1, use markers and paper scraps to create a self-portrait. Write your name, address, and phone number on page 2.

Passport to Explore Step 4

Step 4
Find countries on the globe. Write them on pages 3 and 4; cut paper scraps to resemble the outline of the countries and glue them next to their names. Then research an interesting fact about each country and write it in your booklet.

Adult supervision is recommended when children use scissors.
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