VISITS TO... BUNDLE
With the Visits to . . . geography series, you will explore each region of the world through captivating photography, a traveler’s firsthand accounts, and step-by-step work with maps.
Each Visits to . . . notebook serves as your guide to
With short map drills, guided readings from two fascinating living geography books—Material World and Hungry Planet: What the World Eats,—leading narration and discussion questions, meaningful map studies, plus lots of ideas for additional living books and activities, you are sure to enjoy these visits to each part of your world!
Material World is a fascinating living geography book that highlights families around the world, pictured in front of their houses with all their possessions. Plus, the photographer includes first-hand accounts of their time with the families and provides candid photographs and notes that give an even deeper peek into various cultures. It is amazing what valuable ideas can be discovered by seeing each family member’s favorite possession, what they hope to have in the future, and what daily life is like in countries around the globe!
Hungry Planet is another fascinating living geography book that highlights families around the world, pictured in their kitchens with one week's worth of groceries. In Hungry Planet: What the World Eats your children will discover for themselves the differences in food types, variety, and amounts; the differences in where and how food is prepared; and the truth that we are all humans with similar needs. The additional photographs and notes convey more valuable ideas, like what it is like to live in a refugee camp, how much time can be spent on simply surviving, and even that some cultures have no concept of a “favorite” food.
This Bundle includes all six "Visits To" Notebooks and the two reference books used in all six courses:
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Recently, I had the great privilege of speaking with 3 families who are considering home education for their families. As I began to plan for that "kitchen meeting" I thought about some of the blessings of home schooling. The more I thought the longer the list became.