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A Child’s Geography ReviewsA Child’s Geography: Explore His Earth is a gentle, narration-style approach to geography. Written with a tone of amazement and wonder, students will embark on an exploration of the atmosphere, continents, oceans, climate, plate tectonics, earthquakes & volcanoes, latitude and longitude. Divided into easily-identifiable sections that parents can adjust to complete in a day or multiple days, units include readings, community service ideas, “Too-Fun-to-Resist Excursion” activities, narration prompts with memory joggers, postcard notebooking, and supplemental reading lists.

Written from a Christ-centered perspective, integrated scripture will give kids a Christian view of geography. With full-color and black-and-white photographs on glossy pages, this textbook utilizes all learning styles as students complete their tour of their home-Planet Earth! 168 pages, softcover. Bible verses are from the New American Standard Bible. Volume 1. Designed for grades 1-6, though lessons may be adjusted for older or younger students; this course can be completed in a year. The CD-ROM includes reproducibles in the form of copywork passages, copywork templates, postcard templates, quizzes, world and continent maps, and more. Available as an ebook, CD, or print copy.

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  1. A Child’s Geography Review by JulieCC
    Pros: visually stunning; great stories
    Cons: lack of hands-on tie ins to lessons

    Grades Used: middle school

    We used Volume 2 of A Child’s Geograph – Explore the Holy Land. I love the visuals in the book and wished every page had full-color pages. As it is now, every other page has color. This meant that some pages with great photos were in black and white.

    I loved the story-book reading content and the recipes given. I would have liked to have had more hands-on projects to do. I also wish it would have been more chronological with biblical/world history.

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