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Are you looking for a way for your students to learn the world’s countries over the course of one school year? Do you want to instill the curiosity to learn more about the cultural geography of our world? Are you looking for a geography program that is adaptable to multiple age levels – both elementary and middle school? Look no further. The Passport Club will give your
One of our favorite methods for studying geography is cooking our way around the world. Through food, we’re not just learning random facts, we’re experiencing cultures too. As we create and eat these popular dishes, we feel a special connection to the people from different lands and states. Most years I coordinate our geography studies with our history lessons. This year, we’re studying American History, so
National Geographic Student Atlas of the World 3rd Edition is the perfect student atlas to complement any homeschool or geography study. Last year we focused on the United States and this year we will be focusing on the World. I want my son to research on at least 10 countries and write a big report on one of them at the end of the year.
I have the great privilege of introducing you to Tapestry of Grace Primer – a new curriculum tool for your youngest ones from Tapestry of Grace! I am also sharing a review of Marcia Somerville’s book, Love the Journey, at Hodgepodge. I think the biggest learning curve with homeschooling is finding what works best for your family. Tapestry of Grace is a wonderful homeschooling fit
Geography is one of our family’s FAVORITE subjects! Over the years we have studied everything from map reading and basic navigation, to the cultures and customs from countries around the world. We travel when possible to bring our learning to life, use many online resources to conduct research, and lead a homeschool geography co-op so we can learn with our friends. As we began making
Memorizing random geography facts is never fun, at least it was never fun for me. So when I think of geography I like to add hands on activities to our homeschool. Puzzles and games are extra fitting for learning geography. It’s not that there isn’t a time for simply memorizing, there is. But I prefer to do something a bit more fun. I loved the The