Learning about geography starts young with kids exploring maps and globes. Kids may not be ready at a young age to memorize states or countries, but they can recognize boundaries and map organization. School age kids can begin to explore the different types of maps and the information they provide, including physical, political, road, climate, topographic, and resource maps. Many of these maps can be paired with social studies lessons to show the physical and human characteristics of an area and how these characteristics have changed over time. Regions and culture are an important part of geography learning. As kids get older, they will use geography to answer questions like "Why do people migrate?" and "What resources do different regions provide?"
Educents provides a lot of different resources that help kids explore geography concepts. Kids can learn map skills, landforms & bodies of water, and contents & oceans with Evan-Moor's Beginning Geography workbook. Educents has a variety of instant download
My Book About India takes elementary students to the cities of Agra, Chennai, Jaipur, and Mumbai. It introduces kids to the past and present of these cities through simple copywork exercises and... Read More
My Book About Australia takes elementary students to the cities of Hobart, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney. It introduces kids to the past and present of these cities through simple copywork exercises... Read More
My Book About China with Print Copywork takes elementary students to the cities of Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, and Shenzhen. It introduces kids to the past and present of these cities through simple... Read More
Study the early explorers with this fun cross-curricular pack! This unit contains writing prompts, real-world math activities, and art projects. It also covers essay writing and building activities! ... Read More
Multilevel & Cross-Curricular: This 42 page Johnny Appleseed unit (designed for 4th-8th grades) is centered on factual information and contains a variety of Language Arts and Social Studies... Read More