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The (FREE!) Interactive Map Your Students Will Love

The (FREE!) Interactive Map Your Students Will Love

By the Whooo’s Reading Blog Team

Whether you’re teaching in a language classroom or getting students excited about social studies, this is the perfect way to get students engaged and excited. With the interactive map (check it out below), various regions light up as students click on the languages, showing them where that language is spoken.

Challenge students to learn new words from each language, or learn how to say a full sentence in less than the estimated time that also appears on the map. Gamify the challenge with prize opportunities and a leader board.

Finally, don’t miss the fun facts in the top right corner. Students will be surprised to find out that Chinese is the second most widely spoken language in the world, yet it’s only spoken in 3 countries!

Direct students to the site to play on their own devices or project it onto the white board for a group activity.

More: 10 Virtual Field Trips to Explore the World


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