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January 23, 2009

How Crapstone England & Google Earth Can Help My Son Learn Geography

GoogleEarth_Image  I happen to see a twitter about today's New York Times article titled: No Snickering: That Road Sign Means Something Else about a place called "Crapstone" England (ha, ha).

I know that my sons always laugh at potty talk (and carpools full of boys seem to talk about that also). So I decided just to see if it was for real.

I went over to Google Earth (which everyone should download if they have not already) and typed in "Crapstone England". Well, Google Earth found it and it is allowed me send the image to my gmail. Google Earth is a great way to help your kids learn geography with beautiful graphical images. They can enter in locations to test it out - and see what happens.

I have a feeling my son would not mind doing his Geography home work for locations like this...


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