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Flat Stanley wants to go geocaching!


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My daughter's second grade class has finished reading the book Flat Stanley and they are going to send their own Stanleys out in the mail next week. We're looking for someone who would be willing to host Stanley over the holidays and mail him back to our school by January 16th. Here are the guidelines:

 

-United States only

 

-will take pictures of Flat Stanley visiting local landmarks and participating in fun activities (geocaching preferred) and mail them back to us with Flat Stanley

 

-will mail Stanley and the pictures back so we receive them by January 16th

We don't get out to geocache as much as we used to and we thought it would be fun to send Stanley out for us and visit the places we would like to go geocaching. We will also put a Travel Bug tracking number on him so he can be logged on this site.

 

If you would be willing to host Stanley, please contact me (Stephanie) through our profile and let me know by December 17th. We have an unactivated SEWdaugh Team Hockey jersey geocoin as thanks for helping.

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Why only the United States? We have an entire country up here in Canada too you know. :(

 

Flat Stanley is used as a tool to teach kids about geography. Perhaps the class is studying United States Geography ONLY and so the kids are being told to send their Flat Stanley's out only to locations in the United States.

 

Besides, Canada doesn't really count and it costs too much to mail stuff there... :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:

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Why only the United States? We have an entire country up here in Canada too you know. :(

 

Flat Stanley is used as a tool to teach kids about geography. Perhaps the class is studying United States Geography ONLY and so the kids are being told to send their Flat Stanley's out only to locations in the United States.

 

Besides, Canada doesn't really count and it costs too much to mail stuff there... :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:

It's probably the time it takes getting things mailed over the border (as well as the extra cost).

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