So how can you put doodling to work in your classroom? Encouraging your students to adopt different ways to learn will help them fine-tune their problem-solving skills. And not only might you find that your student’s retention levels are improving, you will also be seen as collaborating with them during the learning process. Read More
Geography, for kids interested in the natural sciences, will take them through how the Earth’s varied landscape is measured and mapped, as well as show them how geography and civilization are intimately connected. Learn More
Grease up your board, put on your wetsuit, and hop in – the water’s fine – in Hawai’i! For kids seeking info on the formation, history, and culture of these wild and wonderful islands, this issue hits the spot. Learn More
In this issue, dip your toes into the many intriguing details about lakes. For kids interested in geography or ancient legends about watery monsters, this will be a smash hit. Learn More
Get the full story on maps; for kids intrigued by these indispensable guides to the geographical and historical records of the Earth, this issue covers these topics in detail, and also covers the recent technical revolution in map-making. Learn More
The wonders of old and new Mexico, for kids who hope to be global travelers some day, are all described in this colorful issue, from the Aztec ruins beneath Mexico City to the current lives of modern Mexicans. Learn More
Get ready to leap into the history, geography, and current dynamics of America’s second-longest stretch of water, the Mississippi River. For kids who like boats, barges, and little-known facts about this mighty giant, this issue has it all. Learn More
Blog results for 'Geography'
Vacations and family outings are wonderful ways to introduce children to new places and interests. Take advantage of that time away from home — try a unique activity that allows kids to connect with a different part of their world. Read More
The game for which my website is named was one of imagination and wonder; totally lived in the moment, and always changing. So, do you allow your children those “dogfoose” moments? Is there a game they are good at that defies description? If so, perhaps it’s time make up your own word. Read More
Mapping Migration As autumn is upon us, the annual avian fall migration is well under way for birds that use North American flyways to move from northern summering grounds to southern wintering areas. Geese fly overhead in V formations as. Read More
By incorporating practical games and a new wave of virtual environments into their core curricula, teachers will speak their students’ language while imparting to them the many benefits possible from certain types of video games. Read More
Field trips are a staple part of any teacher’s out-of-classroom curriculum. But for the prepared instructor, an excursion to the neighborhood zoo can be so much more than a mere animal adventure for students. Read More
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