Students from first-grade teacher Christy Brock's class watch as their classmates try to find France on a 26' x 26' map of Europe Friday morning at St. Peter Catholic School in Beaufort. The large vinyl maps by National Geographic can be "checked out" and comes with a teacher guide, a set of activities and materials.
Students from first-grade teacher Christy Brock's class watch as their classmates try to find France on a 26' x 26' map of Europe Friday morning at St. Peter Catholic School in Beaufort. The large vinyl maps by National Geographic can be "checked out" and comes with a teacher guide, a set of activities and materials.
Students from first-grade teacher Christy Brock's class watch as their classmates try to find France on a 26' x 26' map of Europe Friday morning at St. Peter Catholic School in Beaufort. The large vinyl maps by National Geographic can be "checked out" and comes with a teacher guide, a set of activities and materials.

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February 08, 2013 11:43 AM

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