MARSHWOOD GREAT WORKS STUDENTS USE TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS

MARSHWOOD GREAT WORKS STUDENTS USE TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS

CLOSE UP OF MAP READINGThe alt text for this image is the same as the title. In most cases, that means that the alt attribute has been automatically provided from the image file name. GROUP LOOKING OVER FIELDThe alt text for this image is the same as the title. In most cases, that means that the alt attribute has been automatically provided from the image file name. POWDERHOUSEThe alt text for this image is the same as the title. In most cases, that means that the alt attribute has been automatically provided from the image file name. WALKING DOWN SIDEWALKThe alt text for this image is the same as the title. In most cases, that means that the alt attribute has been automatically provided from the image file name.Mr. Winchester’s fourth grade class collaborated with Mr. Pollock, Physical Education, ┬áteacher on Wednesday, October 17th to view topographic maps of Powderhouse Hill. Students went on a short hike to find the summit of Powderhouse Hill and the ski area. ┬áStudents reviewed contour lines, contour intervals, and elevations of this area on maps. This activity ties in with the Foss science curriculum on soils, rocks, and landforms taught in fourth grade.

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