Teaching Geography and Cultures with Living Books

Published:
July 26, 2018

Contributor:
Jeannette Tuionetoa

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Using engaging stories and living books for history and geography can make a world of a difference in your homeschool. Living books make learning fun and memorable as our kids learn about cultures and journeys in the context of history. Learning about the world and its cultures is something that instantly intrigues children, especially when it’s told with beautiful and engaging stories.

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Teach Geography and Cultures with living books with this help from the Proverbial Homemaker.

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