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See Inside 3 Fun Books on Norway for Kids

Look Inside 3 of our Favorite Living Books for Geography on Norway! Carol from Let's Go Geography gives you a short video tour. Share with friends! #letsgogeography #livingbooksforgeography #norwayforkids

Are you looking for living books on Norway for kids? Then I have a few suggestions for you! This is the 2nd short video in our series on Living Books for Geography. That’s not enough time to give you an exhaustive list, but it is enough time to share some good ones. Video: Books on […]

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It’s a Virtual Field Trip of Switzerland for Kids!

Take a Virtual Field Trip with this video on Switzerland for Kids! Short and sweet, this video from Let's Go Geography is great for all attention spans. Share with friends! #letsgogeography #switzerland for kids #geographyforkids

Our newest video is all about Switzerland for kids! It’s another one of our country tours to show kids highlights of a world country. You know, the field trip from your living room kind of thing! What makes this video so great is that it’s only a few minutes long, and full of short, fun […]

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Are Living Books for Geography a Good Idea?

Living Books for Geography? Is it worth the trouble? Find out in this article from Let's Go Geography! Share with friends! #letsgogeography

Living Books. That’s been a buzzword in homeschool circles for the last several years. But usually it’s in reference to history books. What about Living Books for Geography? Living Books for History Of course, the whole trend started with history. It was the concept of reading real stories, or stories based on real events and […]

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Discover Mongolia with Free Geography Notebooking Pages

Geography Notebooking Pages: Mongolia

The Story Behind the Free Geography Notebooking Pages Several years ago, two of my (grown) daughters surprised me with an invitation to go with them to England and France. What a blessing! What an amazing opportunity! There was just one problem. Actually, two. First, we were a ministry family. With 5 kids. And I was […]

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