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Download Printables for a Kids Christmas Ornament Craft

Geography Christmas Ornament

Before I give you the link to the Kids Christmas Ornament Craft, let me tell you the whole story.  A Christmas Geography Class! In my co-op geography classes, I do a special Christmas Around the World lesson right before Christmas break with a special kids Christmas craft.  And every year, the craft has been to […]

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Geography Christmas Ornament On Its Way

Today I usually head out to teach my hands-on Geography classes, but my area is blanketed by mounds of fresh snow and everything is canceled. So the geography Christmas ornament that took me HOURS to put together will have to wait until, yes, next YEAR…because this class meets only once a week and today was […]

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Kid’s Printable Geography Glossary

Printable Geography Glossary

The latest geography resource at Let’s Go is a kid’s printable geography glossary; that is, a packet of printables so your student can create their own Geography Glossary. While it’s true that most of us don’t need formal definitions for lakes or rivers or other common words, there are other geography terms that are not […]

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VIDEO: Spain for Kids

If you’re looking for the Video: Spain for Kids, you are in the right place.  But I’m getting ahead of myself.  There really is a story behind this video. So let’s start at the beginning. At Let’s Go Geography we link to engaging, online video clips for each of our geography lessons.  Often, actually quite […]

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How to Use the Let’s Go Geography Curriculum

How To Use Let's Go Geography

Let’s Go is a unique homeschool geography curriculum .  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 not complete all […]

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