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Compass Learning: Over the Edge

Before you go, play this game to help you learn about north, south, east, and west.
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Chances are you’ll go on some sort of adventure this summer. Perhaps you’ll need a map to help you get to your destination. Before you go, play this game to help you learn about north, south, east, and west. Find out how a compass rose shows directions on a map, not only in the four cardinal directions, but diagonally too. The explanations are simple and direct, and the two games are easy enough for a kindergartener.

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