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ThreeRingCircus - March 15, 2013

We use a variety of means to cover geography. For world geography we check things out/study them when they correlate to what we are doing. With US geography, we’ve done a stand alone program working our way across the states with notebooking pages.

Heather H - March 15, 2013

I just found your site and love all the options! We are just starting to homeschool a 7 and 5 yo. I think history and geography will be the easy way for us to begin note booking! We are doing it 2 days per week.

strumica - March 15, 2013

Thank you so very much for the wonderful notebooking pages! We started using them right away with our health curriculum. Thank you so very much, Debra! :)

thestefanbunch - March 15, 2013

We have a treasury membership but as of yet, haven’t dug into the Geography materials but just yesterday, my daughter went to my notebooking stash, picked out the pages she liked and wrote her report on fancy pages instead of plain lined paper!

Athena - March 15, 2013

We use Sonlight and I must admit that I have set geography aside in the rush to cover everything in Sonlight’s history. We mostly consult a world map on our wall and an atlas (the name escapes me at the moment) which has colorful pictures for each country (they are grouped per continent).

christine_hebert - March 15, 2013

We add geography studies to our history studies. We add cities, towns, lakes, rivers and other labels to blank maps.

Lindy - March 15, 2013

We are going to be using beautiful feet history this year and hope to incorporate geography with our history studies! We love Notebooking Pages! Thanks for the amazing work you have done!

Melanie - March 15, 2013

We don’t homeschool but we have extended family scattered from east to west. Since we travel cross country we like to encourage learning about the states we travel through and to. We also like to download Junior Ranger booklets to learn more about the National Parks in the various states to learn what we can find before we arrive.

Jennifer G. Miller - March 15, 2013

Geography is an extension of almost everything! History of course, but also Latin, Religion, Science and current events.

lowndeb - March 15, 2013

I don’t really use Geography much in my notebooking but love the idea. I hope to get started soon.

Lynn - March 15, 2013

I am a “retired” homeschool mom who is now doing “grammy” school one day a week with my 10 year old granddaughter. We’ve been studying geography for almost 3 years. The materials on this site look good – look forward to using them.

Carolyn - March 15, 2013

A friend in a Charlotte Mason mom’s group told me about your site and all of your great note-booking pages! Right now I am a free member as my 10 y/o dd is just starting to use note-booking. I am thankful for the wonderful resources you are providing here! Great job :)

5coopers4osu - March 15, 2013

I love the continent and country outline maps. Next year will be our first homeschool year and I am getting ready for it now. We will be studying geography daily as we will be doing an in depth study of geography and history continent by continent. Your maps will be a great resource to add to our curriculum.

Rachel - March 15, 2013

We’re just starting out but have been incorporating geography into our studies wherever we can. Just this week we studied parakeets/budgies before attending a preview of a new exhibit at our local zoo and learned some about the geography of Australia where the birds came from.

Maryna - March 15, 2013

We are still very new to notebooking but we can incorporate it in all our subjects. We are Afrikaans so I have to translate all our resources. Just love the Geography pages, fantastic resource and great big helps. The kids are very involved and making so much progress.

RaShell S - March 15, 2013

My children really enjoy the 12 Days in Africa game for geography. We also have a really cool talking globe from LeapFrog that has all kinds of geography games on it.

Arlene - March 15, 2013

We’ve never done notebooking for geography. My son did geography using map skills workbooks for a few years, because that’s what he found interesting. My daughter didn’t do geography much, but just today she decided she needed to, so I pulled an old book, “A Child’s Geography of the World” off the shelf for her to start with. She’s more interested in ‘old’ maps than current ones. Adding notebook pages of today’s maps may make it more interesting for her.

Suzannebarker - March 15, 2013

We add geography on to just about every subject. Right now we are doing a 50 state post card swap with homeschoolers from around the country so we are using all sorts of maps/pictures for our geography notebook ;-)

    sunshinechannon - March 15, 2013

    If you don’t mind me asking, how did you get involved in a card swap? It sounds like fun :)

      Suzannebarker - March 16, 2013

      Hi Channon,
      I found out about it on facebook….there is a facebook group called 50 State Post Card Swap…I’m not sure if it’s still open, but the link is–
      There is also a group on yahoo called “postcardkids”….we have traded with homeschoolers on there as well…in the US and out of the country as well;-) My girls have loved it!

lauraw68 - March 15, 2013

We have done some geography notebooking when we did our United States Study but now I have been encouraged to go forward with notebooking on a general geography lesson so to speak and encompass world geography into our notebooks.

sunshinechannon - March 15, 2013

We do some basic notebooking for Geography, but I would really like to kick it up a notch for next year…games, puzzles, music, etc. I am looking forward to incorporating some of these great resources.

Debbie - March 15, 2013

We don’t have a separatre curriculum. We use our unit study as a jumping off point and we have large wall hanging maps in the room to always point places out. I have one daughter learning to “draw the world” from memory. This month we have all been learning our states and capitals with correct spelling — we havn’t got a 100% yet, but we are all working on it. Printable maps would help us work around the world as we memorize and learn where things are.

kmskd - March 15, 2013

Geography is a constant source of interest to my children (14, 14, 11, 6, 4) so we integrate it every way possible — art (outline maps, art history), Home Ec (food, textiles, customs), History, Scientific Inventions, etc. A wall map is constantly being referenced, as well as an atlas and we all love playing “Ten Days in…” board game. We only have Asia and Europe right now but it is always fun and even the grandparents like to play! Notebooking helps us to expand our knowledge, building on what we know with new facts and pieces as we learn in other “subjects”. Thanks for posting such great resources for those of us who are educating on a shoestring!

perkypup36 - March 15, 2013

I try to add geography to all of our unit studies by including maps of the areas we are studying, special landmarks, battles, etc. Sometimes it is a challenge to find the proper printouts to go with each study, so this pack seems quite interesting.

Paula - March 15, 2013

We use maps daily in our history study. We identify the various countries, tribes, kingdoms (we are studying the Middle Ages), and then fill in our blank maps.

PattiW - March 15, 2013

I have fallen short on Geography, admittedly. My eldest seems to just know it, having heard of a place and looked it up during history, but that didn’t work with my middle child. My youngest is in K now, so she is just learning the continents & oceans. I’m thinking notebooking will help both middle and youngest!

Jenni - March 15, 2013

We use geography studies when we are reading different history books. We come check the maps we have up in our school room or look things up on the internet. We follow Ambleside Online for the most part and the Holling books have been wonderful starting points to study a variety of geographical info. There are lesson plans for the book Seabird which include notebooking pages that hit on some geographical points.

Cyndi R - March 15, 2013

I guess you would say we do geography combined and as a seperate subject. It is done as a stand alone but I always do it along with another subject, so like if history is covering the greeks and Romans, our geography will conicide with the Middle East. One of our favorite ways to add to notebooking is to buy and cut up old issues of National geographic. We try and do it at least once a week, sometimes it is twice a week as a stand alone. It comes into play with the other subject throughout.
When we studied the American states we requested tourist material from all the different states and did one a week using their materials to add to our notebook and I allowed them to cut them up like with the national geographics. Was intersting to see what the states were highlighting themselves versus what we read in the books we had.

Katherine - March 15, 2013

We incorporate geography mainly through our history and sometimes science lessons. We have also done some stand-alone geography.
We did a fun thing for the United States geography that some of you may like. We took a “road-trip” across the map going from state to state pretending to travel across America and see some of the sites along the way. We took pictures by downloading real pictures of the places we saw in each state, and then did some digital notebooking by creating a Smilebox slideshow of the places we had been. Lots of fun.
We are using The Story of the World for History, using activity book for map and geography activities.

Thanks Debra =)

Lorettaviolin - March 15, 2013

My twins love geography and your notebooking pages are a wonderful learning tool!

Tammy Jones - March 15, 2013

We do one particular place at a time. We do almost daily along with history. My daughter loves it and so do I! :)

Julie Catanzaro - March 15, 2013

We have large maps on the wall, and I mark on them any place we are studying. I print maps for things we are reading about, if applicable. :)

juditupp - March 15, 2013

We haven’t covered much geography as a separate subject although they have done some minor map work in their history courses. They also explore maps in their free time and we’ve watched “How The States Got Their Shapes” together.

KLPJ - March 15, 2013

This could really help with our geography.

AmyI - March 15, 2013

We have found a program created by another homeschool mom called Expedition Earth. We purchased that are Extremely Happy with our progress so far. This could really help out with our studies.

HillaryM - March 15, 2013

We “do” geography related to our other subjects – history mostly. We don’t just look at geography in history, but what a place is like now. Our favorite thing is to taste the places we are learning about.

shelly - March 15, 2013

We use the Abeka curriculum.I like to add the notebooking pages to help reinforce topics we cover……the countries associated with Columbus’ travels, first colonies, continents, states, and provinces. We put these all together so he can add to it as the studies get more in depth.I come to your site often for pages. Thankful for all the time and energy you have put in to this to save the rest of us!

NutBrownHare - March 15, 2013

I recently found a set of geographical landmark cards. I put one up for a week, we look at it , find it nod the big wall map and sometimes do a drawing or a map exercise of the landmark.

Dawn - March 15, 2013

We use Sonlight curriculum and really enjoy incorporating your maps to coincide with the countries that we study. We have wall maps and a globe, which someone is always using while I do our daily history reading. Our children all enjoy notebooking and we look forward to using more of the resources here. It is such a blessing to not have to dig for maps now, like I did years ago. :) What a time-saver!

mrs_pierce - March 15, 2013

We have not actually done any notebooking yet (lots of lapbooking, though)…been looking into it for a little while. Your pages look fabulous!

Y Gillis - March 15, 2013

We use geography studies when we are reading different history books. We come check the maps we have up in our school room or look things up on the internet. There are plenty of lesson plans for our history curriculum which include notebooking pages that hit on some geographical points.

Vicki B. - March 15, 2013

We do our geography as we are reading about places in literature, looking them up on our globe or in maps for greater detail.

alina - March 15, 2013

We combine geography with our history.

soehls - March 15, 2013

I run a postcard exchange group on Facebook ( 100% free- 50statepostcards) and we have started using notebooking as a way to display the postcards. Even I am having fun notebooking with my son!

Brandy Croswhite - March 15, 2013

We don’t do a lot of Geography right now but these Notebooking pages may change that.


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