Are you look for a geography unit on Alaska for kids? Then you’ve come to the right place!
Read to the bottom to find out how you can get this unit FREE!
But let’s consider why kids should study Alaska.
Why Alaska for Kids?
First, Alaska is a huge, treasure trove of wonders for kids to explore. And since most kids can’t go there, this exploring can use books and videos and other resources.
When you look at the individual states of the US, Alaska geography stands out from the others.
It’s not only separate physically from the Lower 48, it also has a unique climate, landscape, animal population, and way of life.
It just can’t get clumped together with any other state to do it justice.
A separate unit on Alaska geography in any curriculum is a wise move.
And that’s where Let’s Go Geography comes in.
Like any other unit, the unit on Alaska gives kids information through reading books, visiting internet sites, looking at pictures, watching video, and listening to music.
Then they put these things into action!
Alaska Geography Activities
Yes, kids color maps and flags in the Alaska geography unit.
Or they can color a picture on a special Alaskan animal, the moose. The Alaskan moose is the biggest moose in the world!
Or they can make a creative project. The craft for the unit is an orca, also known as a killer whale. Kids make the Alaska craft out of paper. It’s easy and uses typical craft supplies.
And don’t worry…the killer whales don’t have that name because they are especially dangerous to humans. The “killer” part of the nickname comes from the fact that they can, and will, kill almost anything else in their habitat for food. Fish, seals, dophins, rays, some whales, and even sharks!
So all this leads to…something FREE, of course!
At the time of this writing, the Let’s Go Geography unit on ALASKA is a FREE gift for those who create a Guest Membership.
How awesome is that? Click this link for details and get your FREE unit on Alaska geography for kids!
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