Seven Amazing Continents - Travel Dreams Geography & Social Studies

Seven Amazing Continents - Travel Dreams for World Geography and Social Studies, The Creative Research Handbook for Library & Internet-Based Learning, ideal for ages 9 +

 

Enrich your geography and social studies unit with this comprehensive and favored Travel Dreams Journal, Seven Amazing Continents!

 

Meant to spark curiosity and creativity, this 150 page journal acts as a research and discovery guide, inviting students to collaborate with the assignments by choosing what they input. For example, the journal asks, “What do you want to learn about this continent?” Also, “Choose ten animals native to this continent and draw them.” Another favorite, “Where would you like to visit in this continent?” And, so much more!

 

While inviting the student into their own learning journey, this journal covers subjects such as history, geography, social studies, culture, travel, population, important landmarks, and current events.

This journal was designed to be used alongside library books, parent-approved websites, documentaries, a map, an atlas, and supplies for creative writing and art. With a variety of topics to explore and multiple resources to choose from, fun-schooling is delight-directed, independent, and educational all at once.

 

Does your student struggle with dyslexia, letter reversal, or reading confusion?

 

This journal was printed with the award-winning Dyslexie font, created by Christian Boer to make reading simpler for dyslexic students.

 

If your student has dyslexia, use this journal alongside Dyslexia Games. Visit www.DyslexiaGames.com and choose Series A for ages 5 to 8, or Series B for ages 8 to 12. Keep in mind, Dyslexia Games are excellent resources for all students, designed to engage the brain and encourage creative thinking.

 

Here is what parents have to say about the Seven Amazing Continents Journal:

“This, like most of The Thinking Tree books is a researched based book which requires you provide internet or other books to be able to fill out the worksheets in this book. I bought this book for our homeschool history/geography studies for the next school year. What I like about this book is that not only are you doing book research you are coloring, challenging the student to answer questions about the continents, and finding the beauty of the world. This book can be shared with our 4 homeschoolers which means we save money...” (read more about it at the end of the review).

 

“It is very thorough and can be used with one student over an extended amount of time. Or it can be used in a group of students, especially with teaching multi-level homeschooling by dividing the pages between your various children and watching the movies, sharing books, etc. This book was created so that you can make multiple copies for only the children in your household which is a win-win if you're wanting to save money and do this all together.”

Amazon Review:
This, like most of The Thinking Tree books is a researched based book which requires you provide internet or other books to be able to fill out the worksheets in this book. I bought this book for our homeschool history/geography studies for the next school year. What I like about this book is that not only are you doing book research you are coloring, challenging the student to answer questions about the continents, and finding the beauty of the world. This book can be shared with our 4 homeschoolers which means we save money.

 

Research pages for each continent include:

 

1. What do you know about it?

2. A World Wonder Searches - You research the accompanying picture's photo and try to find it online to write about the "wonder" or your student finds another beautiful place in that continent - Name it, the country it is in, 5 facts, and illustrating it themselves. There are a different number of illustrations to find in the continent.

3. Animal Pages - List 10 Animals and Draw Them4. Countries Pages - Write the names of the countries of Africa and write the corresponding number on the accompanying map on the subsequent page.

5. Travel Dreams Pages - Where would you like to go? Why do you want to go there? What is the climate like? A unique fact. Illustrate the place you want to go.

6. Movie Time - Watch a movie documentary about the country. Rate it and draw your favorite scene.

7. Drawing Time - Copy an illustration from one of your books.8. Reading Time - Write about the books you are reading about this continent.9. Story Writing Time - Write a creative story that occurs in your continent.

10. Music of the World - Listen to traditional music and describe the instruments used and songs you listened to.

11. Favorites Page - Write in your favorite things about the continent.

 

It is very thorough and can be used with one student over an extended amount of time. Or it can be used in a group of students, especially with teaching multi-level homeschooling by dividing the pages between your various children and watching the movies, sharing books, etc. This book was created so that you can make multiple copies for only the children in your household which is a win-win if you're wanting to save money and do this all together.  -Top Amazon Review


By Sarah Janisse Brown (Author), Serena Marie Lapointe (Author), Feodor Zubrytsky (Design), Elina Tarlavina (Illustrator)

    $50.00Price
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