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Welcome to the National Geographic Education Google+ Community!

Our whole mission here is to engage with educators and learners. Whether we're talking about the state of geography education or sharing our newest, FREE resources, we hope you'll join in and share your thoughts and expertise!

If you've never been to our website before, you can check it out below. We provide free teaching resources, lesson plans, classroom activities, family activities, interactive games, homework help for students and much, much more. We hope you enjoy and we look forward to building a collaborative community with you!

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What’s your favorite type of volcanic eruption? Strombolian? Vulcanian? Plinian? Surtseyan? Hawaiian?
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Allahu Akbar
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Why has an Australian school banned clapping?
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Around the world in… a week? In 1933, American aviator Wiley Post flew nearly 15,600 miles to become the first person to fly around the world by himself. http://on.natgeo.com/2aAUOgV
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Courageous aviators like Mr. Post,proved that aviation was a fast,efficient technology. 
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Did you know it’s Zoo Keeper Week? Zoom in on where in the world zookeepers are protecting animals.
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Sick of this heat? How about -129 degrees WITHOUT windchill. http://on.natgeo.com/29OGDYk
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Lets care for our environment.
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Why did fixing this curb break geologists’ hearts?
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Is your class a zoo? They’re perfect for this activity, where students use a grid map to navigate a zoo!
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animal are the most beautiful creation of god
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How did scientists prove a curveball really does curve? Watch a terrific minute-long @usnistgov video to find out.
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What did you learn this week? Let us know in the comments or at education@ngs.org. This week, we learned … … James Bond’s fake Day of the Dead parade was so cool Mexico wants to do it for real. (Teachers! Learn more about Dia de los Muertos here!)     ……
What did you learn this week? Let us know in the comments or at education@ngs.org. This week, we learned … … James Bond’s fake Day of the Dead parade was so cool Mexico wants to do it for rea…
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Assateague Island National Seashore is one of the few places you can view wild horses in the United States. Pledge to protect them and this habitat. #NPS100 #FindYourPark
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The Aswan Dam, located on the Nile River, provides a constant, regulated flow of water for Egyptian farmers to irrigate their crops year-round. But this convenience came at a cost: priceless archaeological sites drowned in the process and more than 50,000 people in Egypt and Sudan were displaced. http://on.natgeo.com/29PPNjK
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How do birds navigate? Use our handy poster and easy, informative study guide to find out. A great way to welcome students as they navigate their way back to school!
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I LOVE ALL BIRDS THANKS FOR THE INFORMATION VERY USEFULL
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