Do you ever scratch your head when you're trying to remember the name of the capital of a state you know you should know? Do you ever hear a news story about something that happened on a certain mountain or river and have to look it up online to see where the reporter is referring Read More
FREE Geography Notebooking Research Journals
With these FREE Geography Notebooking Research Journals, students can learn about the borders, mountains, rivers and lakes, geographical land regions, landmarks, and major cities in the countries of Europe and Asia and in each of the United States. They can also learn more about U.S. landmarks, both natural and man-made, with two additional notebooking journals.
I'm guessing you probably know the capital and maybe the borders of European countries such as Spain, France, and Italy, but what about Andorra, Latvia, and Liechtenstein? If you and your kids don't know those answers, don't miss this FREE Countries of Europe Geography Notebooking Research Read More
Let's talk countries and capitals. I don't mean the easy ones like China (Beijing) or Japan (Tokyo). Let's dig into all of Asia. Let's talk about Afghanistan, Burma, Kazakhstan, Timor-Leste and more than 40 other countries. And while we're talking capitals, let's look at bordering countries, Read More
From the tip of Maine to southern California and from Alaska to Hawaii, there are countless natural wonders to see across the United States. This FREE U.S. Natural Landmarks Notebooking Journal gives students a chance to explore 30 of them and record what they learn. With Read More
All across the United States, you can find landmarks man has made to honor and remember people, events, and moments in history. Some of these landmarks remember moments that make us smile, like Hershey Park or the Wright Brothers National Memorial. Others make us stop and remember, like Arlington Read More