sA Child's Geography: Explore Medieval Kingdoms from Knowledge Quest takes us back in time to the Middle Ages where we explore the locations of important Kingdoms of Medieval Times.
Starting with Spain, we learn about the varied landscape, a bit of history, and some famous sites. The text is written in conversation style.
After Spain, we moved on to Portugal, Andorra, Monaco, France, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Belgium, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands.
We downloaded several resource E-books: Recipes, Extra Reading, Activities, Maps, Prayer Walk, and Timeline.
This additional E-books were free with the purchase of A Child's Geography: Explore Medieval Kingdoms.
My favorite things about this book is the breathtaking photographs. Wow! They are amazing!
Since I only had a few days to look over the material, I decided to just read the book, though I was so eager to try out everything with my kids. I felt like I had taken a three-month vacation to Europe when I finished reading the book. I can't wait to use it for geography with the crafts, timelines, maps, prayer guide, maps, and recipes. Everyone looks fun! My children will love it.
A Child's Geography: Explore Medieval Kingdoms is more than a textbook, it's a unit study with hands-on fun for every member of the family.
I'm excited to tell you that A Child's Geography: Explore Medieval Kingdoms is part of the BIG 2019 Build Your Bundle Sale this week (May 15, 2019 to May 22, 2019) in the Cathy Duffy Approved STEM & History Bundle. This bundle contains 11 homeschool products worth over $270.00, but discounted 89% so that your price is only $29.95. Isn't that amazing.
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You can purchase Explore Medieval Kingdoms and others in the A Child's Geography like Explore His Earth, Explore the Holy Land, Explore the Classical Lands, and Explore the Viking Realms here. When you have finished all five volumes, you will have explored the Middle East and Europe thoroughly.
The series is designed to go along with ancient history studies or simply alone as a geography curriculum.
I am a long-time fan of Knowledge Quest Maps, having enjoyed and used their maps and Whatever Happened in the ... series to supplement many of our history courses over the years. I heartily recommend exploring their website and trying out some of their resources. You can learn visit their website here.
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Until next time, Happy Homeschooling!