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Put the world in your hands with this exciting new family card game. No matter what your age or geo-literacy level you can enjoy this game. Plays a lot like Uno. Kids and teens love it! Exciting and educational for 2-8 players, ages 9 years to senior citizens. Included with each game is a 17.25″ x 17.25″ full-color map.
|Dimensions||7 × 5 × 1.4 in|
Globular Inovations, Inc.
Civitas: The Government Card Game4.91 out of 5
Civitas is a card game about different forms of government. Pass laws, solidify your leadership, and rule the table in this smart, fast-paced game.
Mix-and-match the 8 included decks to rule in a:
- Ages 10 to Adult.
- Play time: 5 Minutes to an hour.
- Minimal setup/cleanup.
- Box includes 225 Playing cards, 12 leadership cards, and simple rules.
North Star Geography Audiobook0 out of 5
- The entire North Star Geography student reader — over 10 hours of audio
- Narrated by the author
- Mp3 format
- Each chapter is zipped for easy downloading
Please note: this does not include or replace the companion guide CD. You'll still need a copy of the book or CD if you plan on doing any of the activities, mapwork, etc.
Gifted Children at Home —Clearance0 out of 5
Are you searching out the best possible options for educating your gifted student? Written by three Christian moms who have chosen to home educate their intellectually gifted children, this book will not only guide you through those perplexing doubts and questions but also wholly encourage you with discerning and dependable answers. The goal of this book is to provide the information and resources that will enable you to make important educational decisions with confidence and success. Topics extensively covered include: assessment; characteristics and learning styles; curriculum considerations; techniques; acceleration/skipping; and much more.
WorldWise Geography Card Games European Version0 out of 5
Packing a Punch with Timelines and Maps (MP3)0 out of 5
Everything from history happened somewhere and at a certain time. In this recorded session by Maggie Hogan, you will learn how to use both timelines and maps for teaching geography and history. Learn the differences between reference timelines/maps and activity timelines/maps and why maps and timelines that students can interact with are better for young learners. The talk is sprinkled with practical ideas for creating timelines and for mapping projects.
WonderMaps – Medieval Edition0 out of 5
The Scientist’s Apprentice – Clearance0 out of 5
This exciting, complete one-year science curriculum is presented in an easily understandable manner and is just as easy to use. Introductory information for the teacher provides guidance. Experiments, games, crafts, recipes, writing, songs and more are used to reach different learning styles. Orderly thinking skills (based on the scientific method) are reinforced throughout.
Maps and Timelines Workshop0 out of 5
Student History Notebook of America – Clearance0 out of 5
Our Student History Notebook of America, by Maggie Hogan, provides the platform for students to record information, artwork, daily assignments and more in their own personal notebook. Includes pages for essays, drawings, vocabulary, presidents, states and capitals, and much more. The timeline and ten outline maps contribute depth as well as hands-on learning. Detailed instructions provide guidance on implementing this type of self-directed learning. Great addition to any pre-packaged US history curriculum or as the basis for your own US history units.
Paperback 111 pages
History and Geography Through Literature (MP3)0 out of 5