Geography Blog | Page 2 of 11 | Lets Go Geography

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 […]

Continue reading

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 […]

Continue reading

California’s Giant Sequoias

Redwoods | Giant Sequoias of California

The Giant Sequoias in California’s redwood forests can only be fully appreciated when you see them for yourself.  You can describe them to someone all day long, but there’s just no substitute for being there.  Until now.  Or at least, almost. The Giant Sequoias are so big and so tall, that a complete photograph of […]

Continue reading

Make Map Lampshades & Pendant Lights

Make Map Lampshades & Pendant Lights

Want a creative way to make geography a part of your kid’s everyday life? How about hanging a map in a place they see every day?  But not just any old map!  Check out these ideas to make map lampshades & pendant lights.  And even  better, it doesn’t cost much. You just need a bit […]

Continue reading

Vatican City for Kids

Vatican City | Let's Go Geography

Vatican City is the smallest country in the world in both population and size.  And since kids love “biggest” and “smallest” kinds of things, lets talk about this! Vatican City is a kind of theocracy, which means it leaders are connected to the church.  It is ruled by the Pope, who is the head of […]

Continue reading
Real Time Web Analytics