How do you teach world geography? Do you spend hours creating a map, labelling, cutting, and pasting? It’s so much fun to imagine all the ways this Mona MELisa reusable World Map can be used in your homeschool. Countries and geographic information are ready for your child to stick right on the map! Check out the YouTube video, below, to see how these maps work (the US map is used to illustrate):
Here are a few world geography activities to try:
- Playing “Name That Country” with family and friends during the holidays. What better way to get the whole family together than a game for kids of all ages. Work in teams or alone to identify countries and challenge seasoned family members in lightning fast rounds.
- Need a little direction? Have your children use the compass to describe where countries are in relation to each other. Let your kiddos take turns directing each other around the world by using the directions on the compass. They’ll have an awesome time walking their fingers from east to west in search of the correct country!
- Keep track of where you’ve been (or where you’re going). I love this one! Use the country names to label the countries where you have been.
What a cool tool for your world geography lessons! Don’t miss out on all this time-saving geography tool, so be sure to check out the discounted Peel, Play & Learn sets on the Educents site. Shipping is a flat $25 for any physical product to be sent to Canada.
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