Here are a few resources that are helpful in studying world geography…
Life in a Global Village Gary Miller — Imagine the world shrunk down to a village of 100 people! What kind of house, job, living conditions and religion would the majority of your neighbours have? Would you be of the richest? This book gives a glimpse into the world outside our own communities. This book has interesting information especially for junior and senior grades. Soft-cover – 112 pgs
A Walk in the Rain Forest (Nature Walk Series) Rebecca Johnson – Step into a world full of strange shapes and sounds. Look up into the tangled vines above you where parrots squawk, and monkeys swing from branch to branch. Be careful! Lurking on the forest floor are poisonous frogs and deadly snakes, ready to strike! Photographic. Primary-junior.
A Walk in the Desert (Nature Walk Series) Rebecca Johnson – Take a walk in the hot and dry desert. Learn about the animals, their habits and when they’re the liveliest. Does it ever rain? How can the plants survive? Discover the various plants and how they make use of moisture when it comes. Photographic. Primary-junior.
Kids Around the World “Flashcards” (Roylco) Bookmark-size cards that show children around the world with basic information about the country (28 countries). We really like to use these when we’re studying with Our Big World and People because they are the perfect size with just the right amount of text to make it easy for young children!
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