Geography Trifecta (3 great resources)

Geography Resources

It is not unusual to end up with some good review products that work well together. This year, though, we have had three amazing geography resources that have lined up perfectly! They work together, enhance each other, and all touch on slightly different  emphasis to really help learn geography.

These three:

How have these worked together?

Let’s Go Geography is kind of directing the study, as there is a progression of around 35 lessons, each on a different country. These focus on the culture and geography of that particular country.

With each of the countries, we are reading one of the If You Were Me And Lived In . . . books from Carole P Roman, if we have it. We were able to request for the review this year books that would go with Let’s Go Geography and we had a bunch on the shelf.

And reinforcing the map and flags we come to Continent Race. This game is a simple one that helps players find and remember the name, flag, and map location of different countries from around the world.

Geography is such a fun study for me and I am really pleased to have so many resources that work hand in hand.

Blessings,
Lori, At Home.

Part of the round up with the Homeschool Review Crew. Click on the image below.

March Homeschool Round UP {Homeschool Collection}

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5 thoughts on “Geography Trifecta (3 great resources)

  1. Annette Vellenga (@athomepets) March 20, 2020 at 4:20 pm Reply

    how excellent that you could use those three resources together so well.

  2. Kristen March 22, 2020 at 11:15 am Reply

    I love that all these game at the same time…they are each so different but fit together so well for homeschooling!

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