Free Geography Curriculum!

Asalamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu ladies. I wanted to share this fabulous Geography resource with you that my kids and I have really grown to love! Seterra is basically an online Geography game that helps master World Geography in pretty much seven months. Yes, seven months! The idea is that each month you study […]

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Brave Writer Concept Cards

Asalamu alaykum ladies, This week we had family over so our homeschool routine was a little off balance.  However, we did manage to finally finish our BraveWriter Continent Project; one of the writing projects in the Partnership Writing Level.   We’ve been working on these for some time, and my kids really enjoyed coming up with […]

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Continent Climate Lesson Idea

Asalamu alaykum ladies. We did this lesson more than a year ago or so, but I thought I’d share the idea because it was one of those spontaneous unplanned lessons that turned out to be really beneficial, alhamdulillah (I love it when that happens!) We were doing a unit study on Africa at the time, […]

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World Geography Lesson plan with Notebooking pages

Asalamu alaykum Sisters, How are you? Geography has been one of our ‘least studied’ subjects, mainly due to not having time to always fit it in. It’s not that we don’t cover Geography at all because of course subjects like Science, and History can most definitely include Geography and we have been covering it in […]

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Lesson plan – Hands on Earth Science projects

Asalamualaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu ladies For the last weeks, we have been covering rivers, volcanoes, mountains, glaciers, earthquakes and caves as part of our science studies. So now was the time to let the kids go ahead and take what they were most interested in and get creative. The only brief I gave my […]

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Lesson plan – Erupting volcanoes and moving glaciers project

Asalamualaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu ladies, I hope you are all in the best of health and peaks of emaan, ameen. In the last few weeks of our earth science studies we have covered volcanoes, earthquakes, and mountains, and glaciers today; we still have caves and rivers to go. All of this will be leading […]

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Lesson plan – The Great Wall of China project

Asalamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatu Last week me and the kids were learning about China. As part of our curriculum, Expedition Earth, one of the suggested crafts was to build a model of The Great Wall of China. But I wasn’t able to find the same materials that Erica originally suggests in her post, […]

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