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Madagascar by Afzal Akhtar

My class 4-202E is learning about Madagascar. Madagascar is the 4th largest island on earth. There are the lemurs and they only live in Madagascar. There are many places to go in Madagascar. One is checking out lime stone tsingy formation. The limestone color is greenish blue. That’s what have learned so far. Recently we made a […]

Madagascar – A Biodiversity Hotspot

From 1999 to 2010, scientists discovered 615 new species in Madagascar, including 41 mammals and 61 reptiles. Madagascar has several critically threatened species including the Silky Sifaka, a lemur, which is one of the rarest mammals on earth. – World Wildlife Fund, Madagascar  (CLICK ON THIS LINK TO ANSWER SOME OF THESE QUESTIONS THAT WEREN’T […]

(The Endangered) Baobab Trees of Madagascar

In what region of Madagascar is The Avenue of the Baobabs? What are the environmental risks the baobabs face? What is the baobab’s scientific name?

Fourth & Fifth Magnet Lesson Plans – Technology – Creating A Trifold Travel Brochure

Lesson Plan Fourth Grade Madagascar Information Flyer repurposed into a trifold travel brochure. ·      Motivation: Examining an adventure tour website with an eight day itinerary. ·      Where are the highlighted destinations and activities? ·      What makes this an adventure tour rather than a typical tourist itinerary?   Students will continue reformatting their one page information […]

Mapping out Madagascar

Visit the Enchanted Learning page on Madagascar! CLICK IT! What is the capital of Madagascar? Where on the map will you place that city? Draw the Malagasy flag using Paintbrush. Save the map above in your name folders and open it up in the Paintbrush app. Label the major cities and bodies of water. In the […]

Madagascar – What We Know & Need To Know

What we know about Madagascar: There are animals living in Madagascar that don’t live anywhere else. The climate is very hot because it lies within the Tropic of Capricorn and the Equator (tropical). Madagascar looks like a missing puzzle piece that once was connected to East Africa. What we need to know about Madagascar: What […]

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