Category Archives for "Geography Blog"

New Zealand’s Sheep

New Zealand sheep

Sheep!  How can you not help but love these beautiful, gentle creatures?!  And New Zealand has their fair share dotting the landscape like a perfect picture postcard. The good news is that New Zealand has lots of sheep.  The bad news is that they don’t have as many as they used to.  At one time […]

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Geography for Kids: New Zealand

Geography for Kids: NewZealand

New Zealand is a world all its own.  Technically not part of any continent, we group it with its neighbor, Australia, in what is called Oceana.  The landscape is jaw-droppingly beautiful, and all the sheep on just about every hillside add to its charm.  But you have to listen carefully when New Zealanders speak…the accent […]

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How to Use The Let’s Go Geography Curriculum

Let's Go Geography Curriculum for Elementary Grades

Let’s Go is a unique geography curriculum in a lot of ways.  Each lesson features a different world country as the curriculum takes you around the globe, continent by continent.  And each lesson is jam-packed with activities! We suggest you learn geography with your elementary-aged child in about 1 hour a week.  Sometimes, you may […]

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FREE Kid’s Printable Passport for Geography

It’s Back-to-School season, and we are gearing up for another membership year at Let’s Go Geography! To celebrate, we have created a “Like or Share” button that gives you a PDF of a Printable Kid’s Geography Passport.  We normally charge for this PDF, but right now it’s our gift to you for sharing Let’s Go […]

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Kids Geography: Thailand

We wrap up our geography tour of Asia for Year 1 with a unit on Thailand. Thailand is a favorite vacation spot for many people with its beautiful beaches and warm climate.  And one of the attractions for tourists is riding elephants. Of course, in days gone by, elephants were used for some pretty serious […]

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