Traveling the World

(1 customer review)

$40.00

Traveling the World helps you travel to 30 countries around the world in a unit study fashion which is appropriate for ALL ages!

Description

Traveling the World helps you travel to 30 countries around the world in a unit study fashion which is appropriate for ALL ages!

The 30 countries included in Traveling the World are Egypt, Mali, Morocco, Nigeria, Tanzania, South Africa, China, Japan, India, Israel, Thailand, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, Canada, Mexico, United States, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru.


What’s Included:

Teachers Manual includes book list, game list, activities, link/QR code to a YouTube playlist, and recipes.

Student Notebook includes mapping and around the world tales for each continent as well as a coloring page, flag page, country profile, and animal profile page for each country.

Animal Profiles that cover an animal for each country including a photo, fun facts, scientific name, adaptations, predators, and prey.

Game Pack that includes Memory, Bingo, Top Trumps, and Matching games with multiple play options.

Also included are post card, snapshots, landmark building cards, and report template to enrich and extend the learning experience.


Required Resources:
The Travel Book
Global Art


*This is a digital product, no physical product will be sent. Your PDF will be emailed to you within an hour of purchase, please check your junk/spam folders as it may end up there. Due to the nature of the product no refunds will be given.*

Get an indepth look at everything that is included:

1 review for Traveling the World

  1. Jodi

    I used “Traveling the World” this year with my boys. It was so much fun to stamp the passport for every country we traveled to. We thoroughly enjoyed the book suggestions and the videos for each country. We ALL learned so much. This curriculum is so easy to implement, when we took breaks it was simple to come back and pick up right where we left off. Bonus, my kids didn’t consider this “school”.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published.