180 Days of Geography for Kindergarten ebook
Interest Level PK-2
Help kindergarten students improve their geography skills with fun and effective daily practice activities.
180 Days of Geography:
- Focuses on a new topic each week covering map skills, applying information and data, and connecting what was learned
- Builds student's confidence in geography with quick learning activities focusing on location, place, human-environment interaction, movement, and regions
- Makes at-home learning, whole class instruction, or small group support, quick and easy
- Includes standards-based activities, easy to follow instructions, and an answer key to quickly assess student understanding
Parents appreciate the teacher-approved activity books that keep their child engaged and learning. Great for homeschooling, to reinforce learning at school, or prevent learning loss over summer.
Teachers rely on the daily practice workbooks to save them valuable time. The ready to implement activities are perfect for daily morning review or homework. The activities can also be used for intervention skill building to address learning gaps.
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March 29, 2018
This workbook starts at a very good introductory level. I use it in small group instruction as there are a lot of directions and the students are not able to ...