Dig a Finger Deep Hole is a great idea for an outdoor geography lesson. Watch children go on a journey of discovery, hone their observation skills and let their imaginations go wild. A passion for geology starts here!
An inspiration that can take one lesson or inspire a longer project. All your class needs is a space for digging and their imagination. This idea is part of Explore Outside the Classroom and has been brought to us by Mission:Explore.
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