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A Complete Geography Curriculum Set
Everything you need to help develop a love for Geography in your children.
The set includes: Basic Weather Features, Terrain, U.S. States, Major Countries of the World, and Printable Maps. It also features 2 Project Around the World activity guides that will take you on a virtual tour of New York City and Alaska.
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Thank you so much for the feature of my wrapping paper kits! Your party is great and I appreciate being included in it!
We do teach geography, but not in any organized fashion to my younger students. My sixth grader did the Runkle Geography curriculum this year. He learned a lot, but it was pretty challenging. I would love to win this set! Pick me!
Debbie @ http://kidsbibledebjackson.blogspot.com/ says
Thanks so much for hosting!
Ooh! looks like a fabulous giveaway! 🙂 thanks for sharing!
We haven’t started geography yet–we just finished kindergarten. I’m planning on starting a geography curriculum next year, though.
We have some maps on my son’s bedroom wall so we point out the states/countries. lso have soem geography apps on our family ipad which are great.
Kristan Price says
My daughter loves maps and we use them to teach her about weather and different environments and what animals live in that habitat and where her favourite dinosaurs used to live. She is too young to understand much more than that, so our focus with maps/globes are: Who/what lives/d there? What kind of habitat is it? What is the weather like? Then we create sensory bins to show her what it would look like and use science experiments to describe the weather.