Love says, “What is Daily Geography? Daily Geography Grade 1 is a work book for 1st grade students… My daughter and I love using Daily Geography as our geography curriculum. After using Daily Geography for few weeks my daughter learned so much like what is a map key and symbols means. We learned about rivers, lakes, hills and mountains, continents, oceans and neighborhoods.” Read the rest of her review at Munchkin Time.
Jennifer says, “Timberdoodle sells a lot of fun products for teaching geography. We’ve used their Global Puzzle for years and have recently discovered and enjoyed their 3-D puzzle globe, as well. But it wasn’t until this summer that we tried any of their geometry workbooks. Since map-reading workbooks were completely new to my youngest child, I started withBeginning Geometry…” Read her review at the Flanders Family Website.
Amanda says, “What can you learn in 15 minutes a day? Well, if you are using Evan Moore’s Daily Geography, Grade 2 from Timberdoodle’s 2nd Grade Curriculum Kit you can learn a lot in just 15 minutes a day!” Check out her review at Hopkins Homeschool.
Lisa says, “When Timberdoodle offered me the chance to review the Daily Geography Grade 4 and Critical & Creative 4 books from Evan-Moor, I jumped at the chance… I definitely love both of these books. We have morning work every day school day which is just a collection of workbook like materials to get our brain started. These two books fit perfectly into that slot.” Read the rest of her review at Farm Fresh Adventures.
Samantha says, “Recently our family was introduced to Evan-Moor educational books. I have looked at them over the years, but for some reason ever purchased. When given the opportunity through Timberdoodle to review the Evan-Moor Daily Geography Grade 4 and Beginning Geography I couldn’t resist. Needless to say, we really enjoy these books.” Read the rest of her review at As They Grow Up.
Meg says, “I really like that way the Evan-Moor Daily Geography Practice books are designed. There is one lesson at the beginning of the week that takes about 5 minutes, followed by the 2 questions. Your child can get a great grasp of geography in just 10 minutes a day!” Read the rest of her review at Homeschool Gameschool.
Melissa says, “I loved that [Daily Geography] lessons can be completed in as little as 15 minutes per day making it so simple to implement into our already full day. If you’d prefer, you could certainly do an entire week’s worth of lessons in one sitting… This 160 paperback book contains 36 lessons broken down each week into 5 daily lessons.” Read more of her review at Grace Christian Homeschool.