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5 Days of Canadian Social Studies – High School Geography

5 Days of Canadian Social Studies

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Welcome to day three of 5 Days of Canadian Social Studies! Today I share some great resources for teaching high school geography in your homeschool.

High School Geography

high school geography
Making Connections is a high school geography curriculum suitable for grade nine or ten. The 35 chapters include how to use maps, geology of Canada, culture, economics, and Canada’s global relationships.

high school geographyCanadian Geographic Biggest and Best of Canada: 1000 Facts and Figures is a great encyclopedia about Canada. It’s full of photographs, maps, and illustrations from sea to shining sea.

high school geography
Have fun reading these amazing stories about Extreme Canadian Weather with your high schooler. Includes tornadoes, droughts, ice storms, floods, and more. For ages 12 and up.

Board games are a great way to enhance your geography and history studies. Check out my article, Board Games in Your Homeschool for some ideas.

For more social studies ideas, check out day one of 5 Days of Canadian Social Studies for elementary history resources for your homeschool, day two for high school history resources, and day three for elementary geography resources.

Be sure to check out more blog series full of Canadiana at:
5 Days of Canadiana Roundup.

What are your favourite resources for teaching high school geography in your homeschool? Please let me know in the comments below!

 

Love, Luck &
Laughter,

Kimberly

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Kimberly is a homeschooling mother of two living with her husband of over 20 years in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is also a freelance writer, editor, social media manager, and VA. In her free time she likes to hand-spin, knit, read, engage in local theatre, and horseback ride.

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