Gulliver in Lilliput is an excellent retelling of Part I of Gulliver’s Travels. Sniffy the Hamster is back to guide them along with geography, history and, of course, vocabulary.
Here are three great books for your youngest students. As an added bonus we have some additional activities for your kiddos too: Sniffy the Hamster is in the building. He’s a talking hamster. You should see the stack of permits we needed to pull this off!
Ancient Greek Pottery Disguised as Fun presents your youngest students (baby to 8 years old) photos of a variety of ancient Greek pottery decorated with images from Greek mythology as well as everyday life using simple rhymes to teach your students about Greek pottery.
ARTK12’s American Art History curriculum is fun for kids. It’s easy for parents too, very little preparation needed. Read the chapter and play the games. Over 30 artists and over 60 art pieces covered.
ARTK12 has two geography bingo games: Africa Bingo and USA Bingo. These games are fun, entertaining and educational, plus they can be played in several different ways. I’m not kidding!
Looking for books to homeschool your students? You can find some of the best homeschooling books in Serious Fun: Homeschooling with Real Books.
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Need some ideas for your homeschool geography students? We have some ARTK12 ideas and even some non-ARTK12 ideas. So buckle up, grab a bowl of ice cream and take a look…at a book…or two or three.
The ARTK12 geography program (Draw the World) is focused on teaching your students to not only learn the names of the continents, countries and states, but also to learn where they are with easy step-by-step instructions to create their own maps.