Millions of third graders study California missions. Here’s a great project that brings it to life with some writing, lots of pictures and a dash of creativity that will excite every student.
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–from 55 Technology Projects for the Digital Classroom.
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2 thoughts on “#49: California Missions Project”
great plans regarding Missions, if someone needs more information on this topic visit http://www.sanluisrey.org/museum/history/
Thanks, Mark. I’ve added it to my resource list here–https://askatechteacher.com/great-kids-websites/4th-grade/ca-missions/
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