Our new book is in the works. Your students will be drawing the natural wonders of Africa in a step-by-step format. This is includes deserts, mountains, rivers, lakes, volcanoes, animals and trees.
Going somewhere? If you are, you need to know where you are going. Knowing the name is not enough. Geography is, among other things, about the “where” of places and there are dozens and dozens of great geography books for your students that will both educate and entertain. Let’s go!
Geography bingo? Are you kidding me? Why didn’t someone think of this before? Oh, well yes, someone did, but it always feels like you’re the first when you discover it yourself. But as far we can tell no one has done Africa! So here we go! Fasten your seatbelts travelers! This could be a wild ride.
The ARTK12 Gear Store is open. ARTK12 is selling “I Can DRAW” t-shirts, hats and buttons based on the ARTK12 Geography Draw series. These make great prizes for students who have completed or mastered drawing the maps.
Kristin has started work on the 8th book of her draw map series. This one will be titled: Draw the World: An Outline of Continents and Oceans and will focus on drawing the entire world.
It’s finally here. Draw Asia Volume II is for sale. It seems no matter how much one edits, when the first, and second and third proofs arrived…there were typos.
The latest in my draw map book series, Draw Canada and Greenland, can now be purchased at Amazon.com. Like the other books (Draw the USA, Draw Africa and Draw Europe) it provides easy step-by-step instructions for your students to complete the map.
This morning I intended to write a review of a game that accompanies my newest geography book, Draw Africa. The game is one in a series of geography games by Out of the Box publishers (the same company that publishes Apples to Apples) called 10 Days in Africa. However, I looked it up on amazon.com…