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    Learning Continents

    Any favorite resources for learning the continents?

    Heather

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    Re: Learning Continents

    We included this 48-piece puzzle, "GeoPuzzle Animals," in SC Level 1. See what you think. MP carries this for slightly less than Amazon. "GeoPuzzle Animals" can be purchased individually here.


    My children also enjoyed learning the names of continents, oceans, and countries from Troxel's Geography Songs. (We played this so often in the car, they still know most of the songs!)

    Thanks-
    Cheryl


    Simply Classical - the book

    Simply Classical - the curriculum - more levels to come

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      Re: Learning Continents

      I'd forgotten I had a song on the geography Cd (I just was remembering the countries on there. OOPS!). I will look at the puzzle as well. I'm trying to tweak the 2 year States & Capitals so they can do part of it as their brother does it with accomodations...
      Originally posted by HeatherB View Post
      Any favorite resources for learning the continents?

      Heather

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        Re: Learning Continents

        Oh that puzzle is cute...we have an old similar looking one from when the big kids were little and bought little plastic animals for matching to...is was always a popular thing for one of them to do when I was occupied with a sibling...

        We switched pediatricians a few years back and the rug in the waiting room is a giant version of the puzzle complete with animals...they had a blast hoping from continent to continent when I called them out...If you had a big rug you could use painters tape or chalk outside for a whole body version, if you were feeling up to making your own map...
        Winter 2020 :
        DD - Graduated!
        DS - core 10 with remediation/support
        DD - core 7 with remediation/support
        DS - core 5 with remediation/support

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