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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

A Child's Geography Review and Giveaway


I was given in exchange for my honest review the E- book
dollar value. This E-book is for Children in Grades 1-6 th.

This e-book is a stand alone book and doesn't need to be used with
any other resource, however it can be. This is the third book in a
series but you can complete this book without the others. I have not
previously viewed the other two options. The first is
and the second volume is called A Child's Geography Explore the Holy Land
also written by Ann.  Teri Johnson write Child's Geography 3
Explore the Classical World.

The book can be used though out one year working two weeks on
one chapter or you can complete the book in one semester. We went
with working on it in one semester because we have plans to work
on the Roman empire as well and the middle ages. This fit nicely
with in our lesson. We used the E-book along with other resources
and reading material. However it is a wonderful book clear and concise.
The graphics inside of the book are beautifully done. So you would
not need other resources. It is suggested that you keep a writing
journal along with your reading time and do the additional activities
provided with the reading material.

Your Child will learn all about Greece, Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro,
Serbia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy and Malta. I have to
say that I was really happy to see Italy there. I always wanted to visit and
my son is always asking me why I'd want to go there. It will be nice when
we get there to show him the beauty of this place and the culture

There are many maps throughout the E-book that are very clear and
Readable for young children.


I also really liked the timeline lists within each chapter so that
you can create your own timeline of events. My artistic son loves
doing this. He likes to draw something at each event.





You will find narration prompts that help to engage your child and
develop their learning. They are really great for addition discussion.

Pronunciation and full definitions are available in the glossary. The
challenging words are in bold print. I would have my son write out
the bold terms in his notebook.

You can select from an activity that explores art, music, poetry,
a prayer walk or make some of the foods from that country.


We are really enjoying a Child's Geography. You can read other
reviews at Bronze and Bow.


2 Giveaways!!!!

Giveaway 1
I have been given the opportunity to give away an e-book to one
of my readers. The contest will end on Sept. 15. All you need to
do is leave me a comment to enter and an email address so that
I will be able to get your prize to you if you win.

Giveaway 2You will also want to enter the MEGAGIVEAWAY...

WE HAVE A WINNER BRENDA!!! YEAH






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Warm Blessings,

Nikki 

5 comments:

  1. Jacob would love to have this as an addition to his regular lessons. This would be a great resource. Brenda Sachleben bsach@earthlink.net

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  2. It would be a blessing to win a copy of this book. Thank you for the chance.

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  3. This looks like such a cool resource! I'm hoping to start up a timeline project this year too.

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  4. I enjoy Ann Voskamp and it nicely follows our middle age studies this year:)

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