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Welcome to the show notes for Episode #13 of the Homeschool with Moxie podcast!
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EPISODE #13: Six Ideas for Hands-On Geography Ideas
Because geography is more than just “where is it on the map?” It includes facets like culture, how humans interact with their environment, how physical landforms influence transportation, regional identity, and more. You want to foster a love of learning, so using hands-on approaches for subjects like geography can be a great experience for the whole family. Here are six proven methods I’ve used in the classroom and homeschool.
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- Older kids can keep a smaller timeline in a notebook and use narration techniques to write a summary
- Global Recipe Book
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This episode is brought to you by my Themes of Geography Assignment & Project Bundle. 30 pages of assignments and projects designed to get your middle or high school student to dive deeper into the 5 themes of geography. Because the study of geography involves more than just “where is it?” It encompasses culture, the movement of information, how humans impact their environment, and the way we see similarities and differences between us.