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Guess the Place

Play this game from National Geographic to identify places by their characteristics.
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Play this game from National Geographic to identify places by their characteristics. By using the principles of Twenty Questions, your students try to use the characteristics of a place to help them figure out an unknown city, country, or physical feature. The directions and objectives are spelled out clearly, the materials used for playing the game are cheap, and the vocabulary needed for the game is provided. Get your students up and moving, examining maps, and learning how to describe geographic concepts.

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