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Neal Nichols, Jr. involves students as he teaches geography by drawing Alaska and Siberia from memory for kindergartners and first graders at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage.
Erik Hill
Students react as Neal Nichols, Jr. teaches geography by drawing Alaska and Siberia from memory for kindergartners and first graders at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage.
Erik Hill
Neal Nichols, Jr. explains the concept of a peninsula as he teaches geography by drawing Alaska and Siberia from memory for kindergartners and first graders at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage.
Erik Hill
Neal Nichols, Jr. explains Kodiak Island as he teaches geography by drawing Alaska and Siberia from memory for kindergartners and first graders at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage.
Erik Hill
Students pause for a wiggle break as Neal Nichols, Jr. teaches geography by drawing Alaska and Siberia from memory for kindergartners and first graders at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage.
Erik Hill
Neal Nichols, Jr. describes Juneau as he teaches geography by drawing Alaska and Siberia from memory for kindergartners and first graders at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage.
Erik Hill
Kindergarten and first-grade students engage in a geography lesson taught by visitor Neal Nichols, Jr. at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage. They learned about Alaska as Nichols drew a map of the state freehand from memory, quizzing them about communities, rivers, oceans, mountain ranges and historical events as he filled in his drawing.
Erik Hill
Artwork enlivens the lesson as Neal Nichols, Jr. teaches geography by drawing Alaska and Siberia from memory for kindergartners and first graders at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage.
Erik Hill
Neal Nichols, Jr. involves students as he teaches geography by drawing Alaska and Siberia from memory for kindergartners and first graders at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage.
Erik Hill
Students react as Neal Nichols, Jr. teaches geography by drawing Alaska and Siberia from memory for kindergartners and first graders at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage.
Erik Hill
Neal Nichols, Jr. explains the concept of a peninsula as he teaches geography by drawing Alaska and Siberia from memory for kindergartners and first graders at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage.
Erik Hill
Neal Nichols, Jr. explains Kodiak Island as he teaches geography by drawing Alaska and Siberia from memory for kindergartners and first graders at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage.
Erik Hill
Students pause for a wiggle break as Neal Nichols, Jr. teaches geography by drawing Alaska and Siberia from memory for kindergartners and first graders at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage.
Erik Hill
Neal Nichols, Jr. describes Juneau as he teaches geography by drawing Alaska and Siberia from memory for kindergartners and first graders at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage.
Erik Hill
Kindergarten and first-grade students engage in a geography lesson taught by visitor Neal Nichols, Jr. at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage. They learned about Alaska as Nichols drew a map of the state freehand from memory, quizzing them about communities, rivers, oceans, mountain ranges and historical events as he filled in his drawing.
Erik Hill
Artwork enlivens the lesson as Neal Nichols, Jr. teaches geography by drawing Alaska and Siberia from memory for kindergartners and first graders at Lake Hood Elementary School on Friday morning, November 15, 2013, in west Anchorage.
Erik Hill
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