Geography resources

Geography resources

 I stumbled upon this book and bought it as a last minute addition to our Fall lineup. What made me pull the trigger? It's all planned out (27 weeks of lessons), and I don't have to make any copies! The weekly schedule goes like this:

Day 1: Study the New State, Complete the State Fact Table, Locate and label each state onto the dashed, black and white map. Draw all states studied thus far.

Day 2: Locate and label each new state onto the dashed, black and white map. Draw all states studied thus far.

Day 3: Locate and label each new state onto the dashed, black and white map. Draw all the states studied thus far.

Day 4: List, from memory, the states studied thus far. Using the blank textbox, draw, also from memory, all the states you have learned.

I'm allocating maybe 15- 20 minutes for this daily. 

 

I plan on using the National Geographic Kids United States Atlas to fill in the State Facts Table in the above book. The folks at Nat Geo sent it to us a while ago, and I wasn't sure how we would use it other than as a reference book. I'm pretty psyched about the combo, and I also plan on using the companion volumes of both books next semester to study the rest of the world.

Caleb and Kit

Caleb and Kit

Elsie Mae Has Something To Say

Elsie Mae Has Something To Say

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