If you are studying about the great explorers and the Exploration time period of the 1200’s you want to miss out on learning about Marco Polo. This unit study is chock full of resources for a well rounded and complete unit study on Marco Polo. There are free teacher’s guides, lesson plans and tons of printables including notebooking pages, coloring pages, crafts and so much more.
You can find all of these resources to create your own Marco Polo Unit Study HERE.
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