How to do a Geography Drill

A Morning Time Methods Training

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  • Dawn Garrett says:

    Doing those with sheet protectors and whiteboard pens is so smart. I never thought of that!

  • Katie says:

    Do you have a favorite place you get your blank maps from?

    • Pam Barnhill says:

      I like Uncle Josh’s Maps the best.

      • Sally says:

        Do you use Uncle Josh’s map book, or the CD? It says the rivers are lightly shaded on the maps. This seems like maybe a good thing to me, but I wanted to see if that’s true. I’m so excited about geography drills when we start school in the fall!

        • Pam says:

          I have the CD from YEARS ago. I don’t remember the rivers being shaded.

          • Sally says:

            Thank you!

      • Sally says:

        Also, does it have a map of the entire US, or just individual states? I can’t tell for sure from the description on Amazon.

        • Pam says:

          Mine had the entire US — and actually all the continents and countries.

          • Sally says:

            Thank you!

  • eonderlinde says:

    So you make a key for EACH child?

    • Pam Barnhill says:

      Yes, because they need to use the key somewhat independently. I would make one and photocopy it, though. 😉

  • Jessie says:

    So, what happens after a month and one child has the whole thing memorized and another child only has half of it done?

    • Pam Barnhill says:

      Make the fast child a new continent map and let them move on OR add more features to their map and let them get a deeper knowledge of that continent (cities, rivers, mountains, major water features, etc.)

  • mkblessings says:

    Wow! So excited to get started! Couldn’t have come at a better time!

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