How to Naturally Work Geography Into Learning

How to Naturally Work Geography Into Learning We don’t teach geography here. Well, not as a separate class anyway. We could. We could spend time studying geography and drilling all the facts we’re learning. And when I first got started homeschooling that’s kind of what I thought we’d be doing. But as I found my homeschool footing, and I developed our relaxed, eclectic approach, I found that I prefer to work geography in naturally with our lessons, or through fun play. 1.) Games, Puzzles and More Games and puzzles are a great way to work geography in through fun. If

Geography Literature

  Geography!! One of those subjects that makes you ask yourself “am I getting enough of this in??” Maybe you don’t but sometimes I do! Granted my children are still young – there’s no need for high school or college level geography here. Still.. a basic understanding of world geography can be gained through a few well chosen literary resources. Yes, reading for geography! Many of these are collections of stories from around the world, and may not *technically* meet the definition of a living book (because I believe living books are supposed to be written by one author.) But