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Guide to Memorizing Geography

Guide to Memorizing Geography

I wasn’t very interested in history or geography when I was in school. As an adult I can easily see what I missed out on by not committing to memory some of the basic geography fact and history dates. This Guide to Memorizing Geography will help you teach the basics to your children in fun and engaging ways.
This Guide to Memorizing Geography from Starts At Eight offers lists and resources for helping your children memorize basic geography facts such as continents, countries, states, capitals, and major land forms.

Guide to Memorizing Geography

Continents & Countries

Use these FREE World Geography Printables to learn the major continents and their countries

Fun With Geography: FREE World Geography Printables from Starts At Eight

Also check out 5 Fun Ways to Learn Countries & Capitals (many of the ideas here are interchangeable for learning the states and their capitals)

5 Fun Ways to Learn Countries & Capitals from Starts At Eight

States and Capitals

Learning the states and capitals can be fun! Play games, sing songs!

Stack the States – ipod/iPad game – This is an absolute favorite in our house!



Landforms

A landform is a natural feature of the solid surface of the Earth or other planetary body. Landforms together make up a given terrain, and their arrangement in the landscape is known as topography.

Typical landforms include:

  • hills
  • mountains
  • plateaus
  • canyons
  • valleys
  • bays
  • peninsulas
  • seas
  • also includes submerged features such as mid-ocean ridges, volcanoes, and the great ocean basins

Also check out this Geography for Kids…Landforms playlist on YouTube.

Ultimate Guide of Things to Memorize

The Ultimate Guide of Things to Memorize from Starts At Eight. Memorization is an important key to learning. I have compiled lists of things to memorize and broken them down my categories. Memorize facts from math and science, memorize famous documents and quotes from history, memorize states, capitals and more from the geography list, and memorize the basics of English grammar too! These Memorization Lists are great for homeschool all ages - Elementary, Middle School & Homeschool High School!

Within each one of these categories are included lists of things to memorize as well as resources for helping your children memorize them. Be sure to check the landing page for an awesome Tracking Sheet!

Stay tuned each week as I add a new category rich with lists and resources!

  1. Simplify Science with Memorization– categories, formulas, laws and more!
  2. It Helps to Memorize History – to include things like Presidents, history timelines, speeches, and documents
  3. Memorizing Math Facts– basic facts and formulas
  4. Guide to Memorizing Geography – to include land forms, countries, states and capitals (this post)
  5. Memorize English Grammar – to include poetry, Shakespeare, grammar rules
World Geography Scavenger Hunt: Asia ~ FREE Printable

World Geography Scavenger Hunt: Asia ~ FREE Printable

This is the 4th World Geography Scavenger Hunt in a series of five. What I love about these is that they are fun and flexible. You can play a search and find map game with them, you can use them as memorization lists, you can even print them out to use as a quiz! Pair them with a fun game like Where in the World and you will be surprised how much you and your children will learn!

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: Asia from Starts At Eight

This 4th printable in my series of World Geography Scavenger Hunt printables is Asia. The other four World Geography Scavenger Hunt printables are South America, and North & Central America, Africa and Europe.

Asia Facts

  • Asia is the largest continent comprising 30% of the Earth’s land area.
  • Asia is home to Mount Everest, which is the Earth’s highest mountain coming in at 29, 029 feet.
  • Asia is also home to the Earth’s lowest point – The Dead Sea coming in around -997 feet.
  • With over 4 billion people Asia is the most populous continent. (about 60%)
  • Asia is the only continent that shares borders with two other continents; Africa and Europe. It sometimes joins with a third continent, North America, in the winter by ice forming in the Bering Sea.
  • Some fascinating animals of Asia include the giant panda, the Asian elephant, Bactrian camel, kink cobra, Indian rhinoceros and the Komodo dragon.
  • Asia is home to 9 of the world’s 10 tallest buildings including the tallest building currently – the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, which stands at an impressive 2,717 feet. This is closely followed by the Shanghai Tower at a no less imposing 2,073 feet.

World Geography Scavenger Hunt – Asia

Get out your wall map or atlas and get ready for some fun! Need some suggestions for map/atlas resources? Check out this Geography Resources article.

If you want to do this on an individual basis as more of a mapping exercise, consider purchasing Wonder Maps from Bright Ideas Press. It is a mapping software that includes political, physical, and historical maps. It allows you to select what features you want to show on the map and then print out as many copies as you need.

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: Asia from Starts At Eight

Download World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: Asia

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printables

Print and use all the World Geography Scavenger Hunt printables!

1. South America

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable South America from Starts At Eight

2. Europe

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: Europe from Starts At Eight

3. Africa

World Geography Scavenger Hunt FREE Printable: Africa from Starts At Eight

4. North & Central America

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: North & Central America from Starts At Eight

More Geography:

Why You Should Teach Geography In Your Homeschool from Starts At Eight

Teach Geography Hands On vs. Strictly Book from Starts At Eight

Homeschool High School Geography Resources from Starts At Eight

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printables: South America from Starts At Eight

5 Fun Ways to Learn Countries & Capitals from Starts At Eight

Where in the World? Fun with Geography from Starts At Eight

Create Your Own Atlas ~ A High School Geography Project from Starts At Eight

World Geography Scavenger Hunt: Africa ~ FREE Printable

World Geography Scavenger Hunt: Africa ~ FREE Printable

Geography can feel dry and boring, but there are actually many fun ways to learn geography! One of the ways is with this World Geography Scavenger Hunt that I came up with to help make it more fun for my kids.

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: Africa from Starts At Eight

This Africa printable is the third in my series of World Geography Scavenger Hunt printables. The other four World Geography Scavenger Hunt printables are South America, and North & Central America, Africa, Asia, and Europe.

Africa Facts

  • The African continent has the second largest population in the world at approximately 1 billion people.
  • Africa is the hottest continent on earth.
  • The longest river in the world, the Nile (4,132 miles), is located in Africa.
  • Africa has the world’s largest desert, the Sahara, which is almost the size of the United States.
  • Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain on the continent. It towers over 19,300 feet, which is so tall that glaciers can be found at its summit even though the mountain is near the equator.
  • Madagascar is the largest island in Africa and the fourth largest island in the world. It is in the Indian Ocean off the East coast of Africa.
  • Africa is the land of the largest animals. Home to the fastest land animal in the world, the cheetah; the world’s largest land animal, the African elephant; the world’s tallest animal, the giraffe; the world’s largest primate, the gorilla; and the world’s largest reptile, the Nile crocodile.

World Geography Scavenger Hunt – Africa

Get out your wall map or atlas and get ready for some fun! Need some suggestions for map/atlas resources? Check out this Geography Resources article.

If you want to do this on an individual basis as more of a mapping exercise, consider purchasing Wonder Maps from Bright Ideas Press. It is a mapping software that includes political, physical, and historical maps. It allows you to select what features you want to show on the map and then print out as many copies as you need.

World Geography Scavenger Hunt FREE Printable: Africa from Starts At Eight

Download World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: Africa

Geography bundle -- North Star Geography and WonderMaps

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printables

Print and use all the World Geography Scavenger Hunt printables! I will link the rest of the series here as I create them!

1. South America

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable South America from Starts At Eight

2. Europe

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: Europe from Starts At Eight

3. Asia

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: Asia from Starts At Eight

4. North & Central America

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: North & Central America from Starts At Eight

More Geography:

Why You Should Teach Geography In Your Homeschool from Starts At Eight

Teach Geography Hands On vs. Strictly Book from Starts At Eight

Homeschool High School Geography Resources from Starts At Eight

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printables: South America from Starts At Eight

5 Fun Ways to Learn Countries & Capitals from Starts At Eight

Where in the World? Fun with Geography from Starts At Eight

Create Your Own Atlas ~ A High School Geography Project from Starts At Eight

Hands On Geography: Volcanoes

Hands On Geography: Volcanoes

Our favorite way to explore history, geography, and science is through hands on projects. This hands on geography lesson is all about volcanoes. We explored multiple ways to create a volcano as well as the terminology and some history surrounding volcanoes.

Hands On Geography: Volcanoes from Starts At Eight

As many of you know North Star Geography has been a big part of our homeschool. It has provided our high school student with a well rounded world geography course, as well as spurred numerous hands on endeavors into geography for all of our children. These hands on volcano activities came from one of the North Star Geography units.

To learn more about North Star Geography you can check out Planning High School Geography with North Star Geography.

Volcano Vocabulary

  • magma – hot fluid or semi-fluid material below or within the earth’s crust from which lava and other igneous rock is formed by cooling
  • lava – magma that has come to the surface
  • pillow lava – lava that contain characteristic pillow-shaped structures that are attributed to the extrusion of the lava under water
  • pahoehoe lava
  • aa lava

To learn more about lava types check out this article from SandAtlas

  • igneous rocks – are crystalline solids which form directly from the cooling of magma. This is an exothermic process (it loses heat) and involves a phase change from the liquid to the solid state. The earth is made of igneous rock – at least at the surface where our planet is exposed to the coldness of space. Igneous rocks are given names based upon two things: composition (what they are made of) and texture (how big the crystals are). To learn more check out these Igneous Rock Facts

Types of Volcanoes

Types of Volcanoes

  • shield volcano
  • cinder volcano
  • composite volcano
  • caldera volcano
  • fissure volcano
  • dome volcano

Famous Volcanoes

Researching any or all of these famous volcanoes can be a fun way to learn about volcanoes. Asking questions like: Where is it? When did it erupt? What effect did it have? Is it still active? You can also print a world map using WonderMaps by Bright Ideas Press and label where each volcano is located.

  • Mount Vesuvius
  • Krakatoa
  • Mount St. Helens
  • Mount Tambora
  • Mauna Loa
  • Eyjafjallajokull
  • Mount PelĂ©e
  • Thera
  • Nevado del Ruiz
  • Mount Pinatubo
  • Santa Maria
  • Parfcutin
  • Surtsey

Creating a Volcano

1. Baking Soda and Vinegar

This is an easy way to recreate a classic volcanic eruption. While we did ours with a pre-purchased volcano form, you can also use a small plastic cup, clay and a plate to create your own volcano form. Simply cut a hole in the bottom of the cup and turn it upside down on the plate. Use clay to seal the cup to the plate and build it up around the cup to make your volcano form.

To create the eruption you place 1/4 cup of baking soda into the cup. Then pour 1/4 cup of vinegar in and watch it erupt! If you want a more realistic color you can add some red food coloring to the vinegar before pouring.

Baking Soda Volcano from Starts At Eight

Please Note: We set our pre-made paper mache’ volcano up and our little one surrounded it with dinosaurs. This can make a great project/science experiment for multiple ages.

2. Mentos and Diet Coke

This is a messy one and should be conducted outside. Simply open a bottle of diet Coke and place it on the ground outside. Drop Mentos candy into the bottle and run!

Diet Coke and Mentos Volcano

Please Note: We used a 20 oz bottle so it would fit in our volcano mold. If you use a 2 liter bottle the reaction will be bigger. Also use more than one piece of candy, we used 4 in the 20 oz bottle.

3. Physical Reactions

The first two reaction make fun eruptions, but do not represent how a volcanic eruption actually works. You can find two great experiments that demonstrate more accurately how volcanic eruptions work in Lesson 6 of the North Star Geography program. This and so much more is why we love North Star Geography.

More Volcano Resources


FREE Volcano Worksheets – labeling, vocabulary, detailed activities and more.

More Geography:

Why You Should Teach Geography In Your Homeschool from Starts At Eight
Teach Geography Hands On vs. Strictly Book from Starts At Eight

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printables North & Central America from Starts At Eight
World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printables: South America from Starts At Eight
Homeschool High School Geography Resources from Starts At Eight
Create Your Own Atlas ~ A High School Geography Project from Starts At Eight
Where in the World? Fun with Geography from Starts At Eight
5 Fun Ways to Learn Countries & Capitals from Starts At Eight

World Geography Scavenger Hunt: North & Central America~ FREE Printable

World Geography Scavenger Hunt: North & Central America~ FREE Printable

Geography lends itself to some fun games. One of the things my children like to do is a sort of atlas scavenger hunt. For this reason I am creating a series of World Geography Scavenger Hunt printables. 

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printables North & Central America from Starts At Eight

This North & Central America printable is the second in my series of World Geography Scavenger Hunt printables. The other four World Geography Scavenger Hunt printables are South America, Africa, Asia, and Europe.

North & Central America Facts

  • The city with the largest population in North America is Mexico City, Mexico. The most populous country is the United States (2010 census).
  • The longest river in North America is the Mississippi-Missouri River System.
  • Lake Superior is the largest fresh water lake in the world by area. It is located on the border between the United States and Canada.
  • The country of Greenland is the biggest island on the planet.
  • The North American and South American continents are thought to have been named after Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci.
  • Canada is slightly larger than the United States in area making it the second largest country by area in the world (after Russia).
  • There once was a country called Central America. Today it is divided up into Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica.
  • The Panama Canal allows ships to cross Central America from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean. The canal is a manmade construction that traverses 50 miles across the country of Panama.

World Geography Scavenger Hunt – North & Central America

Get out your wall map or atlas and get ready for some fun! Need some suggestions for map/atlas resources? Check out this Geography Resources article.

If you want to do this on an individual basis as more of a mapping exercise, consider purchasing Wonder Maps from Bright Ideas Press. It is a mapping software that includes political, physical, and historical maps. It allows you to select what features you want to show on the map and then print out as many copies as you need.

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: North & Central America from Starts At Eight

Download World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable North & Central America

Geography bundle -- North Star Geography and WonderMaps

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printables

Print and use all the World Geography Scavenger Hunt printables! I will link the rest of the series here as I create them!

1. South America

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable South America from Starts At Eight

2. Europe

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: Europe from Starts At Eight

3. Asia

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: Asia from Starts At Eight

4. Africa

World Geography Scavenger Hunt FREE Printable: Africa from Starts At Eight

More Geography:

Why You Should Teach Geography In Your Homeschool from Starts At Eight

Teach Geography Hands On vs. Strictly Book from Starts At Eight

Homeschool High School Geography Resources from Starts At Eight

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printables: South America from Starts At Eight

5 Fun Ways to Learn Countries & Capitals from Starts At Eight

Where in the World? Fun with Geography from Starts At Eight

Create Your Own Atlas ~ A High School Geography Project from Starts At Eight

Adventurous Mailbox Cultural Education for Kids

Adventurous Mailbox Cultural Education for Kids

We are studying world geography in our house this year. From my teen down to my eight year old we have been doing things like creating atlases, and playing geography games. One thing we haven’t gotten a lot of is cultural education. For instance the languages, customs, architecture and more of the places we are finding on our maps. In walks Adventurous Mailbox!

Adventurous Mailbox Cultural Education for Kids from Starts At Eight

What arrives in the mail just for your child, with endless hours of learning and fun inside? Why Adventurous Mailbox of course!

Adventurous Mailbox Cultural Education for Kids

Adventurous Mailbox Arrives from Starts At Eight

Adventurous Mailbox Arrives!

It begins with getting an awesome package in the mail! Then from nighttime reading, to fun daytime online play, to great homeschool education enrichment, Adventurous Mailbox has it all!

Adventurous Mailbox Collage from Starts At Eight

We were sent the first series of 8 books to try out in our home. While we were given this set and I was compensated for my time to write this review, my opinions are my own, and I definitely recommend this product to others! (See my full Disclosure Policy for more details.)

The Adventurous Mailbox Adventurer Package ($79 which includes shipping) arrived to my daughter straight from Taiwan. Let me tell you how impressive the packaging is, from a thick, colorful outside to the decorated insides of the box which contains a letter directly addressed to your child as well as the set of books! (You can also add on to the base package and have the books sent monthly instead – $20) **There is a discount code at the end**

Adventurous Mailbox Box of 8 Books from Starts At Eight

Each book (geared toward kids ages 8-12 with a reading level of 4-5th grade) takes your child to a new country like Finland, Taiwan, Brazil and Peru, through the eyes of 12 year old Crameye Junker. In each country he is interacting with and experiencing the local culture, as well as including mythological characters, and historical figures. (Ebook versions will be available soon!)

They are written in letter form as if to your child from Crameye himself. While they have the first series of 8 books out now, Adventurous Mailbox plans to have a total of five series (40 books), all with accompanying lessons.

Online Adventurous Mailbox Adventure

Beyond the box with the books to read, inside the letter is a secret code for your child to enter into Crameye’s World online!

Some of my daughter’s favorite parts were learning about the art and architecture around the world, listening to different languages being spoken, and turning on the built in radio to listen to music from other countries! Below you will find a brief video clip of her playing a game and listening to the music from Carmeye’s World.

There is also tons of information about animals, food, a place to look at the blogs from the characters of the books, a forum and so much more!

Adventurous Mailbox Teacher’s Lounge

As an add on to the base package you can get access to the Teacher’s Lounge where there are lesson plans to go along with the books. Each book has its own extensive plans with things like vocabulary fun, comprehension, writing, projects and more to extended the cultural learning experience for your children.

Adventurous Mailbox Teacher's Lounge Options

I can’t say enough about these lesson plans! You have the option to download them in Word or as a pdf, in sections or as a whole, and there are not only separate sheets for your kids, but a teacher’s manual as well! These are worth way more than the $20 you will spend for this add on.

The lesson were easily printed, hole punched, and placed in folders that my daughter could decorate as she wished!

My daughter is 8 so she is just on the cusp of the independent end of this program (You can certainly use this with younger children if you read to/with them). She is a strong reader and had no problems reading the books. What I loved from the start about the vocabulary was the humor and fun that extended right into it from Crameye in the books.

Adventurous Mailbox Comprehension Questions from Starts At Eight

Then the comprehension questions were not all just simple straightforward questions (the first question for Finland used the terminology (“which of the following can we NOT assume?”), but a little in-depth, often including page numbers to help your child out.

Purchase Adventurous Mailbox

Adventurous Mailbox takes your child beyond the map by placing them in a country with a first hand look at the world around them. It enhances their geography and history studies through in depth cultural education that incorporates other things like science with animals, writing, and more! All while your child is engaged and having fun!

World Geography Scavenger Hunt: South America ~ FREE Printable

World Geography Scavenger Hunt: South America ~ FREE Printable

We have found one of the most fun things to do with geography is to “find” things. My kids love it when you give them a country, landmark or physical attribute such as river, mountain, body of water, and they race to see who can find it. Since we find this to be so much fun, but we often struggle with things to come up with for them to find, I decided to create a series of World Geography Scavenger Hunt printables.

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printables: South America from Starts At Eight

This is the first in my series of World Geography Scavenger Hunt printables. We are starting our fun off with South America.

South America Facts

  • The main languages spoken in South America is Portuguese closely followed by Spanish
  • The largest country in South America is Brazil. Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world
  • South America is connected to North America by a narrow strip of land called Isthmus of Panama
  • The highest point in South America is Cerro Aconcagua in the Andes Mountains in the country of Argentina.
  • The largest South American country in both size and population is Brazil. The largest city is Sao Paulo, Brazil, which is also one of the ten largest cities in the world.
  • North and South America were named after Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci.
  • The highest waterfall in the world is Santo del Angel (also called Angel Falls). It is almost 1000 meters high!
  • The Atacama Desert in Chile is considered to be one of the driest places on Earth.
  • More than 30% of South America is covered by rainforests; the largest rainforest is the Amazon forest which is mainly enclosed within Brazil (60%)
  • The longest river in South America is the Amazon River. Measuring a distance of 6,439 km (4,001 miles) it is considered to be the second longest river in the world (to the Nile in north-east Africa)

World Geography Scavenger Hunt – South America

Get out your wall map or atlas and get ready for some fun! Need some suggestions for map/atlas resources? Check out this Geography Resources article.

If you want to do this on an individual basis as more of a mapping exercise, consider purchasing Wonder Maps from Bright Ideas Press. It is a mapping software that includes political, physical, and historical maps. It allows you to select what features you want to show on the map and then print out as many copies as you need.

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable South America from Starts At EightDownload World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: South America

Geography bundle -- North Star Geography and WonderMaps

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printables

Print and use all the World Geography Scavenger Hunt printables! I will link the rest of the series here as I create them!

1. North & Central America

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: North & Central America from Starts At Eight

2. Europe

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: Europe from Starts At Eight

3. Asia

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printable: Asia from Starts At Eight

4. Africa

World Geography Scavenger Hunt FREE Printable: Africa from Starts At Eight

More Geography:

Why You Should Teach Geography In Your Homeschool from Starts At Eight
Teach Geography Hands On vs. Strictly Book from Starts At Eight

World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printables North & Central America from Starts At Eight
World Geography Scavenger Hunt Printables: South America from Starts At Eight
Homeschool High School Geography Resources from Starts At Eight
Create Your Own Atlas ~ A High School Geography Project from Starts At Eight
Where in the World? Fun with Geography from Starts At Eight
5 Fun Ways to Learn Countries & Capitals from Starts At Eight

Teeth Unit ~ Week 1 ~ Throw Your Tooth on the Roof

Teeth Unit ~ Week 1 ~ Throw Your Tooth on the Roof

Teeth Unit Week 1 Throw Your Tooth on the Roof

Ava and I just finished our first week of 3 on a tooth unit study. I found a tooth unit from HomeSchoolShare to use as my starting point and then I am adding and subtracting as I see fit.

Throw Your Tooth on the RoofThis week we read the book Throw Your Tooth on the Roof.

I really liked the thoughtful layout of the book. It lent itself to a natural map and geography lesson. Broken down first by continent, and then by country, Throw Your Tooth on the Roof talks all about how children in different countries deal with the loss of a tooth.


Quotes From Throw Your Tooth on the Roof

In Dominican Republic the book states,

“I throw my tooth on the roof of my house so a mouse can come take it away and bring me a better one. Sometimes I get money when I do this.”

In Japan the book tells us,

“If I lose an upper tooth, I throw it in the dirt. If I lose a lower tooth, I throw it on the roof. My new tooth will grow toward the old one and will come in straight.”

After reading the book, I took card stock that I had cut into strips and drawn writing lines on and had Ava choose 3-4 countries from each continent to write on the strips. I wrote each of the 7 continents on the strips for her.

Then we put our large board world map on the floor and starting finding each of the 7 continents. Once she masters that we are slowly adding each of the countries she chose in to the proper continent.

Along with this there is a song that I taught to my older two that I am now teaching to Ava.

Seven Continents

(sung to the tune of “Mary Had a Little Lamb”)

There are seven continents,
Continents, continents
There are seven continents
In the world

North and South America,
America, America,
North and South America
One is where I live

Europe, Asia, Africa
Africa, Africa
Europe, Asia, Africa,
One is in the middle

Australia and Antarctica
Antarctica, Antarctica
Australia and Antarctica
Ice and Kangaroos!

For math one of the choices from the tooth unit is printing out teeth with different amounts of money printed on each tooth, ranging anywhere from .01 to $1.00. I created a 9 square grid sheet and I have Ava choose 9 teeth to work on each day. She takes real coins and figures out what coin combination she will use for each tooth, then she draws and colors them in one of the squares on the grid.



Also Check Out:

1. Teeth Unit Week 2 – Science Fair Bunnies
Teeth Unit Week 2 Science Fair Bunnies
2. Teeth Unit Week Three – Going To The Dentist
Teeth Unit Week 3 Going To The Dentist
3. No More Struggles! 5 Tricks to Make Teeth Brushing Fun for Kids
5 Tricks to Make Teeth Brushing Fun for Kids from Starts At Eight

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