Geography is one of our favorite subjects! We love to explore the world and learn all about other places in the world and how people live there.
Over the years, we have enjoyed many different resources and created our own!
We love living books and literature set in beautiful places. We love to go on adventures through the pages of a book.
We enjoy songs that help us memorize geography facts and games that help us remember country names and capitals.
We have enjoyed living textbooks and created our own curriculum with unit study fun.
We have enjoyed cooking and baking from around the world. Unit studies have been a blast, too!
Finally, we love to read and research so we can learn more about other places.
Here are some of our very favorite geography resources. We hope you will enjoy them, too.
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Reel Kids Adventures from YWAM
Our family loves this literature series from YWAM: The Reel Kids Adventures. These Christian kids travel the world to make videos and on their way solves mysteries. You can purchase The Amazon Stranger, The Missing Video, The Himalayan Rescue, and Mystery at Smokey Mountain on Amazon. Look for more titles here. You can also buy the whole set of 10 books from YWAM here.
Classic Literature Set in Foreign Countries
We love to read classic literature set in foreign nations like Heidi by Johanna Spyri, Hans Brinker or the Silver Skates by Mary Mapes Dodge, and Rover of the Andes by J.M. Ballantyne. You can purchase all these books on Amazon. Just click on the photo.
A Child's Geography
This geography curriculum series is delightful. The first 2 volumes were written by Ann Voskamp and the rest are written by Terri Johnson. Both of these Christians authors are gentle writers that bring their readers on a voyage to exciting places and sights around the world. Some of the different volumes include: A Child's Geography: Explore His Earth, A Child's Geography: Explore the Holy Land, and A Child's Geography: Explore Medieval Kingdoms.
Seterra FREE Online Quiz Game
This game is free to play online. It's easy and fun. My kids loved it! I always play it before I start teaching a year of geography. It's a great refresher and fun way to learn all the countries of the world. You can play Seterra here.
Audio Memory Geography Songs
This is harder to find nowadays, but I did find it on Amazon. You can purchase Geography Songs Audio on CD and Geography Songs DVD. Both have catchy tunes that children will love singing along to.
Travel God's World Geography
Travel God's World Geography, is a middle school (5th -8th) geography curriculum we created over the years, combines conversational text with unit study fun, mapping, crafts, living books, and research projects. Children will have a blast making their passport and traveling around the world continent to continent while they explore landforms, cultures, missionaries, natural resources, businesses, transportation, and more!
Travel God's World Cookbook
Travel God's World Cookbook takes families from continent to continent, too, but this time everyone gets to explore different countries and their famous sights, flags, and delicious recipes. You will love learning geography in your kitchen.
Travel to London Unit Study
You can join our family on a trip to London, England where we explore the sights, learn history, craft, listen to music, enjoy art, read aloud, bake, and cook our way to learning fun! Travel to London Unit Study is a blast for all ages!
Travel the World Country Report Lapbook
Travel the World Country Report Lapbook is a research project for older elementary and middle school kids that culminates in creating a keepsake lapbook they can share with loved ones! Choose a country, read, research, and put together a lapbook. Everyone can work on a different country or the family can work together.
We hope you will enjoy these geography resources in your home school. Please comment below and share your family's favorite geography resources.
Until Next Time, Happy Homeschooling!