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Geography Games

Geography Game

My adult kids like to remind me every now and then of the things they learned, and still know, through playing educational games in our home school back in the day.  There’s just something about learning while having fun…it’s the kind of learning that sticks, sometimes for a lifetime. So I’ve been scouting the blogs […]

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Where on Earth? Atlas Reading Guide

Where on Earth? Atlas Reading Guide

If you read my review of DK’s new Where on Earth? Atlas, you know I promised to put together a Reading Guide for it.  After all, you don’t want it to sit on the shelf and only get a casual glance now and then.  And an atlas isn’t generally something you’d read from cover to […]

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Book Review: DK’s Where on Earth Atlas

DK's Where on Earth Atlas

Edit:  The next post has a link to our helpful Reading Guide for this book.  Click here! Have you seen DK’s Where on Earth Atlas?  This book is a keeper! The subtitle is “The World as You’ve Never Seen it Before!”, and wow, that is so true. “But would I use it in my homeschool […]

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Geography for Kids

Let's Go Geography Curriculum for Elementary Grades

The internet has truly opened up the world for all of us and made us more aware that we need to teach geography for kids.  I don’t remember having any separate geography textbooks or classes as a kid, but I did know my world, so it must have been incorporated under the whole social studies […]

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Kruger National Park — Is it True?

Our latest project has been pulling visuals together for a new video on South Africa.  And Kruger National Park is part of that.  Plus, the Park is featured in our Year 1 lesson on South Africa as well.  So imagine our delight when we saw this: We were following a lioness carrying her cub & […]

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