Teaching geography is something that can be done at any age. Of course, with smaller children, the activities will be simpler and easier to understand as they learn about their home, their town, and their community, but as they get older, the focus will shift more towards states, countries, and continents.
Don’t let all of that scare you! There are tons of fantastic activities that can help you teach your children about the world!
This week’s Mom’s Library features have shown just that as they share some fun continent activities and even a few tips for putting together your own geography curriculum.
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This week’s features!
Montessori Continent Learning Activities from Mama’s Happy Hive
Making a Geography Curriculum from Growing in God’s Grace
11 Awesome Ways to Learn Geography from Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus
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