I have decided we will start each class with a little Alice Ayel. (I want to know why I had never thought of this before!) We have started with the first episode of season one of Marie et Médor, and then we went on to her drawing activities.
Alice mentions the height of the Eiffel Tower in the first vide of the drawing series, and I asked my students which they thought was bigger, the Eiffel Tower or the Statue of Liberty. That's when I came across THIS site
My page came up in French, but based on the URL, I imagine you can get results in various languages.
This IMMEDIATELY make brought the fabulous Ben Tinsley to mind, as he does A LOT with maps (though I've somehow managed to miss every single presentation on the topic).
If you end up using this resource, let me know how!
Allison Litten, the 2019 VFLA TOY, teaches French at the Marion Cross School, a public PreK-6 school in Norwich, Vermont. This is her twenty-third year teaching, and twentieth at Marion Cross.