World Geography Printables | from Blue Bells and Cockle ShellsAs I posted earlier in the week, we are using the Little Passports Back (affiliate link) as our “spine” for geography. We did a unit with some world geography printables that I made before we started with the country kits though and I wanted to share them with you. I also made a booklet to accompany Me on the Map, which I shared last week in this post. Below are the last two printables we used.

The first worksheet is meant to be a review of general world geography skills, such as the contients, cardinal directions, etc. I just wanted to make sure that Sola understood the basics before we started discussing individual countries.

World Geography Printables - Part #2 | from Blue Bells and Cockle Shells

My last printable provides a review of physical maps and political maps.

World Geography Printables - Part #2 | from Blue Bells and Cockle Shells

And that was all we did for our general world geography unit. I will share more in the future about the things we did to accompany the country kits. Have you used the Little Passports Back ? If so, have you done anything beyond what comes with the kits? Please share. We’re still looking for more activities to accompany our future kits.


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