Learning - General Education | 3-12 yrs

Everything Your Child Needs To Know About Mountains

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Mountains are one of the most astonishing natural structures on the Earth. They inspire a feeling of awe and grandeur in everyone. 

Watching mountains causes much amazement in children and tickles their curiosity. As a result, they come up with numerous questions, the answers to which help them understand mountains better. 

One of the best things you can do, as a parent, is to take your child to the mountains. Not only will it make her enjoy the experience but will also change her outlook towards life.

Go through this ClipBook to teach your child more about mountains and answer her questions.

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The Mountain Environment

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