In History today, we learned about megaliths in Europe. It just happens we actually saw an amazing one, Poulnabrone, in Ireland three years ago. Fritz barely remembers it and Adrian doesn’t at all, so we pulled out the book I made using the pictures I took on our trip to look at it.
We found some European countries that have megaliths in them on our big world wall map.
Then we opened up our huge, amazing atlas for the first time. We found Salisbury, England, the location of the most famous megalith, Stonehenge. (We also glanced over at Ireland and discovered Nan’s tiny little town is even labeled in our atlas!)