World's Largest Things Projects
compiled as a part of World's Largest Things educational division
World's Largest Things are a great way to indroduce a variety of concepts - geography, industry of an area (as represented by a giant 8-Ball in Tipton Missouri, or the World's Largest Bull in Audubon IA), advertising, and Outsider or Visionary Art.
Teaching with Historic Places
"Teaching with Historic Places - Roadside Attractions"
This lesson plan was developed by the National Park Service, looking at three World's Largest Things or Monuments listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Complete with images, objectives, readings, objectives, and even more resources it's a great way to collaborate with a Government entity.
"Roadside Attraction Flyer"
This lesson plan was developed by Canfield Middle School, using Roadside Attractions as a catalyst for exploration in a research-style project.
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World's Largest Things, Inc.
Erika, creator and curator
PO Box 101
Lucas KS 67648
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