Around the World in 180 Days teaches geography and history on a continent-by-continent basis.
In Around the World in 180 Days children learn about the major countries on each continent, as well as the basics of the continent’s history, geography, and culture.
The Set consists of the Teacher Guide and a Student Workbook. Additional Student Workbooks (which are non-reproducible) are also available.
Features of Around the World in 180 Days include:
- Research study based on a series of questions.
- To help the student in his or her research, resources (many available in a public library) are listed.
- All answers are in the Teacher’s Edition
- Pages in the Student Book are 3-hole punched and perforated.
- Multilevel approach with questions for students of all levels
- Levels are clearly marked.
- The author gives excellent book choices for the study of each continent.
Kids of Courage
In addition the author recommends the Kids of Courage (Voice of the Martyrs for children) activity books. These are available for purchase at the Voice of the Martyrs online bookstore (www.vombooks.com). Some are also available for free downloading at the Kids of Courage website.
Around the World in 180 Days Curriculum
Around the World in 180 Days Set Second Edition 2011
The two volume Around the World in 180 Days Set includes a softbound illustrated teacher’s edition and a softbound student workbook with perforated pages. the Teacher’s Edition provides all the answers for the student workbook.
Sample pages for the Teacher’s Edition
Grade: Multi-level, perfect bound
Around the World in 180 Days Student Workbook Second Edition 2011
The Around the World in 180 Days Student Workbook is available for the additional student. One copy is included in the set; however, it is not reproducible.
You will need one copy for each student. Questions are clearly marked with the levels for easy use in the multilevel setting.
Sample pages for the Student Workbook
Grade: Multi-level, perfect bound with perforated pages.
GeoDeo Journey Into Africa
GeoDeo Journey Into Africa Resource Book
If you are using Around the World in 180 Days, I suggest that you use the GeoDeo Journey Into Africa Resource Book as your main resource book when you are studying the continent of Africa.
“Contents include an overview of Africa and divides the continent into five regions. Journey through each region by visiting seven countries written as an adventure. Dig into African history to see how European countries influenced the continent. See Africa’s beauty in over 550 photos and create a visual image of the continent with over 75 beautifully designed maps.”
Gr. 5-8, but can be used for K-12.
Galloping the Globe
Galloping the Globe
If you are looking for a world geography course that is geared to younger students in grades K to 3, you may want to look at Galloping the Globe.
Galloping the Globe “is a delightful way to introduce young children to all aspects of geography. It provides fun and creative methods to explore many cultures around the world without overwhelming young children. One of the best features is that the curriculum can be use as a stand-alone unit study or as a resource to enhance another world geography studies.” (from the back cover of Galloping the Globe)
This is a geography-based curriculum that can be used for one to three years. Galloping the Globe is organized by continent and incorporates the student notebook approach. For each country, it integrates eight categories of learning activities including basic geography, people and history, literature, science, vocabulary, music and art projects, Internet sources, and Bible. Galloping the Globe is an introduction to world geography for primary grades.
Grades Kindergarten to third.