This week’s continent is Asia!
Asia is the largest continent in our world and it has some of the most interesting countries in it! There are so many things to learn about Asia, I know I won’t cover them all, but here are some of our favorite resources that cover the continent of Asia overall.
Activity Village tours the countries of Asia to bring you some interesting facts, flag printables, colouring pages, crafts and – soon – maps and worksheets!
Unit Studies and Activities:
Montessori-Inspired Continent Activities with Animal Figures and Landmarks – Asia from Living Montessori Now
We have some awesome Asia Freebies that are exclusive to Homeschool Giveaways!
Asian Geography Worksheets Volume 1
Here are some affordable books and globes to assist with any World Geography study:
Maps and Globes (Reading Rainbow Book)
Looking at Maps and Globes
Learning Resources Inflatable 12 inch Globe
Edu-Toys Desktop Political Globe, 11-Inch
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