Skill Sharpeners Geography - Grade K
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Easily one of the most overlooked subjects in the homeschool curriculum is geography. But Skill Sharpeners Geography lets your child explore his world while learning key map skills and geography concepts with little fuss on your part. The cross-curricular activities integrate the most current geography standards, and each eye-catching book is divided into colorful collections of engaging, grade appropriate themes. Each theme includes short nonfiction reading selections, comprehension questions, vocabulary practice, and writing prompts. Optional hands-on activities will excite the kinesthetic child in your home.
Skill Sharpeners Geography takes your child beyond just the basics of geography and includes a smattering of histories and cultures within our world. The colorful illustrations and pages will grab your child’s attention, and the handy (removable) answer key in the back allows your student to easily check his own work.
Activities incorporate geography concepts such as:
Number of Pages: 144
Publisher: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
Year of Publication: 2018
This book breaks down geographical concepts into simple terms that children can understand, and includes hands-on activities to further help grasp concepts.
We used this book in Kindergarten and have continued with this curriculum through 2nd grade now. Love the colorful pages and the hands on activities. My daughter looked forward to it each week. Not overwhelming and really helped her feel confident in this subject.
I love how this book starts the introduction to geography, maps. Simple, straightforward and perfect for a 4 year olds mind. Each section is 3 or 4 pages, front and back. Just long enough but not overloading.
We enjoyed this book. Its great for an easy overview on geography. It is pretty thin so we finished it just a few months. Good for a 4 year old or Kindergartner.
My kindergartner really liked this Geography book. He was able to work independently through most of it, although we did the reading parts together. He was able to finish this about half way thought our school year and started on the next level.