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Fun with geography: Make your own globe

17 February, 2017
Children live with an imagination and curiosity that most adults envy. From flying to the moon to travelling the world, their unwavering optimism lets them believe that anything is possible. It helps when parents and caregivers help nurture these dreams and passions.
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Here, we show you how to build a DIY globe that will not only get the creative juices flowing but will also build a healthy curiosity and wonder about the world we live in.

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Now, the fun part!

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And there you have it; your globe is ready!
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You can use this globe to play a fun game too.

Blindfold the person whose turn it is and spin the globe. The person will then need to point to one spot on the globe. To earn a point, they will need to correctly name the country they have pointed to. If they are unable to do so, they’ll be given a forfeit - make it more interesting by making a deck of fun forfeit cards.
Once you and your friends have learnt the names of the countries, increase the game’s difficulty level by asking for one thing that only that country is known for. For example - Italy is known for Pizza, England is known for Buckingham Palace and the Queen, etc.
This is sure to bring hours of fun times for you and your friends. This can even be used as a great game for a family game night.

Did you try this fun and informative DIY idea?

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