Year 1, Lifetime Access
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Year 1 comes with Bonus printable Travel Journal Covers for student Geography binders.
Let’s Go Geography is a multi-grade geography curriculum for Grades K-5. An unbeatable value, the same curriculum can be used for grades K-5 at the same time, adapting the activities to each child.
Each Let’s Go Geography year offers 32 separate, downloadable lessons of about 34 pages filled with hands-on crafts & activities, including maps, flags, video clips, music, coloring, & crafts.
Standard vs. Lifetime Options
At purchase, you have immediate access to all your lessons in your Member Account on this website. Choose between the Standard subscription with 2 calendar years of access, or the Lifetime subscription with access that never expires.
Typical pages to print from a lesson include a flag to color, a notebooking page, a coloring page, and some items for the craft. The continent map & the continent flags pages are printed once for each continent.
Let’s Go Geography introduces almost 30 countries every year, visiting every inhabited continent every year. In the full 3-year program, students learn almost 90 countries, more than any other geography curriculum.
Year 1 has 28 Country Lessons & 4 Geography Review Lessons, while Years 2 & 3 each have 30 Country Lessons & 2 General Geography Lessons.
Year 1 lessons feature (N. America) USA the Northeast, USA Hawaii, Canada, Haiti, Nicaragua, Belize, Greenland; (S. America) Chile, Colombia, Ecuador; (Europe) Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Hungary; (Africa) South Africa, Libya, Tanzania, Ghana; (Asia) Afghanistan, Iran, China, Mongolia, Cambodia, Philippines, Thailand; (Oceania) New Zealand; as well as 4 Review Lessons.
Grades K-2 use the curriculum as is. Grades 3-5 add the Discovery Pack & the optional Atlas.* The Discovery Pack provides detailed notebooking, as well as weekly assignments for creating a student Geography Glossary. *The Atlas is an Affiliate Link. Let's Go Geography will earn a small commission from purchases at all Amazon links.
“Let’s Go Geography…facilitates the kind of holistic learning that I love! Through the base of world geography, students are exploring various skills and subjects including coloring, writing, maps, flags, crafts and culture.”
Amy, The Write Balance
“I’ve been really impressed with this curriculum and it has fulfilled my search for finding a grade-appropriate world geography program that actually teaches the countries of the world. “
Brenda, Counting Pinecones
“Once we started Let’s Go Geography, [my children] were pleasantly surprised how much fun it can be. …we adapted it to be used for our 8th grader as well. …it has been a wonderful experience.”
Betty, Let's Get Real
For me, as the teacher, the best part of this geography curriculum was that it was pretty much open and go. Other than a bit of printing and gathering supplies for the craft/create activity, everything is right there. There are also suggestions for how to modify the activities for younger or older students.”
Homeschool Blogger, The Gift of Chaos
“I had already purchased a different geography curriculum for this school year, and while it’s lovely too, I have decided to set it aside for a year and use Let’s Go Geography! This program better suited to my wide age range this year, it is so easy to implement, and it is just plain fun!
Brittney, Mom's Heart
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A common question is "What supplies will I need?" Here's the answer!
- Copy Paper & access to a Printer
- access to a Computer (to watch videos and read more)
- Typical Craft Supplies (i.e., colored paper, scissors, tape, glue, crayons, & paint to start. Some crafts will need other misc. things.)
- 3-Ring Binder (about 1" for flags, maps, coloring, and crafts)
- Dividers for the Binder, 1 for each Continent (included in Year 2)
- Atlas not required, but recommended for 3rd grade+ (we prefer Geography of the World, available on this page)