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Identify and label endangered and protected species on a large 3-D paper maché globe of the earth.
Study a globe and world maps to locate continents and oceans. Find a list of endangered species that indicates where the animals or plants live on Earth.
To make a paper maché globe that locates endangered species, tear recycled newspaper into strips approximately 1 by 4 inches (3 x 10 cm). Crumple recycled newspaper into a large ball.
Cover a table top with recycled newspaper. Mix Crayola® School Glue with an equal part of water in a shallow bowl. Dip newspaper strips into the glue, then smooth onto the crumpled ball. Layer strips to cover the entire ball. Secure a string beneath layers of paper maché for hanging. Dry completely, which usually takes at least a day.
Paint the paper-maché globe with Crayola Tempera Paints and Brushes. Place continents and oceans in the correct places and in their relative sizes. Dry.
Cut small paper flags with Crayola Scissors. Draw a picture of an endangered animal or plant on each flag with Crayola Fine Tip Markers. Use a Crayola School Glue to attach the drawings to toothpicks.
Push the toothpick flags of endangered species into the correct locations on the globe.
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