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Let’s Go Geography Year 2: An Update!

Kids make the best geography crafts with Lets Go! They love the Poison Dart Frogs, the Snowy Owl, the Rainstick, and all the other weekly activities they do with each country. And mom loves how easy it all is. Share this pin with friends! #geographycrafts #makinggeographyfun #elementarygeographycurriculum #homeschoolgeographycurriculum #homeschoolgeography #geographycurriculum #letsgogeography #geographyforkids #homeschoolgeographyideas #homeschoolgeographyactivities

The August 19th Release Date is coming quickly! It will be Monday before you know it! In the meantime, I wanted to give you all a quick heads up on pricing. Year 2, like Year 1, gives you 32 lessons and is priced the same. Differences are that Year 2 gives you more Notebooking choices, […]

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Let’s Go Geography Year 2

The Let’s Go Geography​ Year 2 is scheduled to release August 19, and it’s bigger and better than ever! So what’s new?!First, Year 2 starts with a lesson on the 7 Continents. Not only is it a great overview of the globe, but the Craft activity is to ​cut-&-color cool dividers for each continent so kids […]

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Get the Best Homeschool Co-op Curriculum for Geography

Let's Go Geography Maps

Let’s Go Geography works perfectly as a Homeschool Co-op curriculum. Why? Because that’s what it was originally created to be!! Of course, that’s the short version of the story. Here’s how it all happened. [If you want to skip the story and just get to the nitty-gritty of how to use Let’s Go Geography in […]

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How to Use a Quick & Easy Printable Geography Glossary

Free Printable Geography Glossary

When you learn about geography, you learn about features of the earth.  And a glossary gives you the definition of those words. Better yet, a printable geography glossary gives you what you need to make your own! But back to geography vocabulary. Some things, like mountains or lakes, are no-brainers.  But there are other words […]

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