We really enjoy doing geography in our homeschool. There is so much to learn and explore about the world that we live in.
When you are studying World Geography it is so much fun to learn about how people live in different parts of the world, their cultures and customs as well as the wonders and landmarks in those countries.
When you are studying US Geography there are specific things which set specific states apart from others. One of these things are the famous landmarks that those states are known for. If you don’t travel, your kids may never see these things.
It is important for them to know that the Statue of Liberty belongs in New York, that the Golden Gate Bridge is in San Fransisco, the Grand Canyon is in Arizona, our national monuments are in Washington D.C., and so on. This is also a great way for your children to remember specific states when they study the landmarks that belong in them.
Check out all these FREE Printables and Unit Studies for learning about popular USA landmarks:
ABC Teach has reading comprehension and coloring pages for these landmarks:
Access over a dozen free notebooking pages per state. Make the study of U.S. geography fun when notebooking through the states!
If you are studying the USA you will enjoy this bonus freebie:
FREE States and Capitals Cursive Copywork – this free instant download will give your children a chance to review all the 50 states and their capital cities while practicing their cursive handwriting at the same time.
FREE Unit Study Notebooking Pages:
This FREE U.S. Man-Made Landmarks Notebooking Journal will help your students learn about a total of 68 man made monuments in the United States. This notebooking unit will have your children investigate and record where the landmarks are located and why and how they were built.
This FREE US Natural Landmarks Notebooking Journal will have your students researching and recording over 30 beautiful natural landmarks in the United States and recording them in their own journal.
If you are studying famous landmarks, and natural wonders you may also enjoy the Nonfiction Reading Comprehension, Written Narration & Research full year resource.
Our full-year reading comprehension resource includes geography, history, and science units your students in 4th-8th grade can use to go deeper in their studies, practice reading comprehension, and much more.
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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