Around The World In 180 Days

This multi-level curriculum teaches geography and history on a continent-by-continent basis.Your children will learn about the major countries and about the basics of the continent’s history, geography, and culture.

This  curriculum is not a textbook. Its format is a series of questions that the student must research to discover the answers. esources which are available in most public libraries are listed to help the student  research for answers. The teacher’s edition has all of the answers to aid the teacher or parent.  The pages in the student book are all three-hole punched and perforated. This makes it simple for the child to  compile a notebook which will document his or her work."

There are questions for students of all levels, and those levels are clearly marked in the curriculum. So the youngest can do some of the research, the older students can do more difficult research, and the oldest students can answer the most challenging questions.  This is a whole family curriculum!

Geography Songs
This is a very helpful resource which includes 33 songs, a workbook with maps, lyrics, illustrations and tests, and a 25" x 36" world map.

The 33 songs teach the names and locations of the continents, oceans planets and 225 countries. It includes famous landmarks and maps to label and color. The maps are numbered in the same order that they are sung in the songs.

Song list: British Isles, Western Europe, Former USSR, Scandinavia, Southern Europe, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Equatorial Africa, Northern Africa, East Africa, Northern Central Africa, Horn of Africa, West Africa, Southern Africa, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Oceania, South America, Central America, Mexico, West Indies, US Southern Border, Northern Border, Eastern Border, Middle, Pacific States, Canada, Greenland, Continents & Oceans, and Solar System.