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Danielle Kardisco

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Latitude and Longitude

1. Place a fun emoji at 30°N, 60°W. 2. Place a fun emoji at 30°S, 150°E. 3. Place a fun emoji at 0°, 120°E. 4. Record yourself telling the coordinates of the emoji in South America, the United States, and Antarctica.

3rd Grade, Social Studies
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I can analyze the lines of latitude and longitude to determine the coordinates of a global address.