What better way to have kids learn the continents and hemispheres than with a geography game? Games grab kids’ attention and help them learn without them even realizing it. And learning by having fun is learning that tends to stick for a long time!
Kids can make their own Continent Matching Game from Lets Go Geography and then play it to review continents and hemispheres. Download and print this geography game, which includes continent and hemisphere matching cards for kids to color and cut out, plus a decorated Game Storage Page to also color. The Game Storage Page allows kids to store the game in their Geography binder so they can play it over and over again.
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