Daily Geography Practice Gr. 2

Daily Geography Practice Gr. 2

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Item #: 033535
ISBN: 9781557999719
Grades: 2

Product Description:

This Grade Level Teacher Book is reproducible and includes an answer key plus printed maps.

The 2nd Grade Daily Geography Practice worksheets cover: What is a globe, what is a map, directions on a map, using directions, a map key, using a map key, map grid, using a map grid, picturing a place, picturing the United States, street map of Parker, road map of Nebraska, world map, land and water map of Washington/of Arizona/of Hawaii/of Florida/of Minnesota, rural area map, suburb map, city map, state map, an amusement park, Mount Rushmore, weather map, desert habitat, population map of California, county fair, product map of Kansas, living in a community, community services, cattle ranches in Texas, tourist map of Hawaii, resource map of Maine, Clarksville: then and now, and a neighborhood plan.

Category Description for Daily Geography Practice Series:

A supplemental skills program, these practice books are packed with activities. Intended to be taught by direct instruction rather than independently, most activities will require a map or globe to complete. The good news is that these are included right in the book. No, not an actual fold-out map or spinning globe, but printed maps of the section of the globe or map that go with that activity.

The books are divided into a 36-week layout, and there is a map to go along with each week. The Grade Level Teacher Books provide the weekly lessons which include a teacher resource page (answer key, background information, vocabulary words, and definitions) plus the reproducible Student Worksheets (map, two geography questions for each day, and a challenge question for the end of each week). Each book covers some similar items (at the appropriate age level, of course) as well as some different geographic items or regions. The Student Practice Books are non-reproducible and do not include an answer key. They are used if you do not wish to copy the student worksheet pages from the Teacher Book. Teacher Books are 160 pgs, pb, and include access to download the 36 maps. ~ Zach

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Norma S on Aug 11, 2022
I wanted to incorporate Geography into his daily routine.
Stacey V on Feb 6, 2021
Parent requested it
Norma S on Aug 11, 2022
easy way to cover the Social Studies standards without buying a textbook. A little bit each day.
Rebecca P on May 3, 2021
I wanted to incorporate Geography into his daily routine.
Stacey V on Feb 6, 2021
Straightforward, open and go and easy to do a whole "week" in one day.
Brandie G on Jan 2, 2021
Daily Science was recommended to me, so I thought I would also try the Daily Geography
Sharon M on Sep 25, 2020
Assisting with homeschooling my grandchildren
Marybeth F on Sep 23, 2020
My son loves learning about how things work and where places are. This looked simple for our first year of homeschool, but also fun for indepent learning time.
Hillary S on Aug 6, 2020
We have had success with this series in the past and will be using for our 2nd grader
Jennifer E on Jul 9, 2020
loved it! quick and wholesome!
Michael J on Apr 20, 2020
My grand-daughter absolutely loves doing Geography with this series. Anything that is this fun for a 5 year old is amazing! She now asks me if she can do Geography!
Priscilla H on Apr 5, 2020
I need a consistent program for map skills.
User on Feb 12, 2019
We have used this (but grade 1) this year in our homeschool and it has provided a great way to teach directions and using a map. The kids loved it. If it ain't broke, don't fix it- I'm using it again starting in the fall.
User on Apr 1, 2018
Low price
Belem G on Feb 20, 2018
I love Daily Geography by Evan Moor because it gives a really nice overview of geography without being cumbersome. I like the layout and the brief questions that are often multiple choice; I have a non-reader, but she can still be involved by listening and circling her answer. Since the lessons are relatively short, we do one lesson per day as opposed to one lesson per week.
Kecia G on Feb 20, 2018
timber doodle
Sally H on Jan 4, 2018
Recommended by a curriculum site.
Laura on Jul 8, 2017
Basic Geography practice. Might be a little too easy. Could go a grade up and be fine. Only two questions a day. Mine can do a few days questions each day or sometimes does a whole week's questions in one day. (and doesn't take longer than half an hour if doing whole weeks worth) Or can just do about 10 minutes several days a week. Does get the basics of geography covered for young students
Sherre P on Jan 8, 2017
good book
Nuttiya U on Oct 1, 2015
easy way to cover the Social Studies standards without buying a textbook. A little bit each day.
Rebecca P on May 3, 2021
Straightforward, open and go and easy to do a whole "week" in one day.
Brandie G on Jan 2, 2021
What is the difference between Evan Moore’s Daily Geography Practice and their Skill Sharpeners Geography series?
nancy on Jul 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: There is bound to be some similarity in terms of content - this is confirmed by comparing the two tables of content. However, the purpose of each is a bit different. Daily Geography Practice is a reproducible resource that allows the teacher to provide a quick black and white review activity for each day. Skill Sharpeners is designed to be more instructive (rather than just review) and is in color. There are weekly units rather than daily exercises.
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Rated 5 out of 5
Thorough, simple to follow, and great illustrations
The material is very thorough and lots of practice. The answers are at the beginning of each weekly lesson so make photocopies of the exercises or cover the answers and use the workbook as a consumable. My 3rd grader would do the lessons independently and I would check her work.
August 1, 2019
over 4 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Good map practice
We are enjoying using this for a portion of our social studies curriculum. This is our first year homeschooling and I don’t think my son had any practice with naps at school last year so it’s good practice for him. The amount of time this would take if you used it as directed (daily: Monday-Friday) would be super short. We opt to use it weekly but only take two days to work through the “week”.
September 14, 2018
over 4 years ago
Rated 2 out of 5
Really Easy
I was disappointed in this book. My daughter thought it was very easy, and it is! While I'd say you need to be old enough to read to do this work, the 5 questions per lesson are so basic there is no way we could take a whole week to do a lesson. We do the whole "week's" lesson in 20 minutes! She has learned basic map concepts, but I will be choosing a different geography curriculum next year.
May 4, 2017
over 6 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Daily fun!
I love simplified learning and this book does that well. A concept is learned on Monday and is reviewed the rest of the week. There are only two questions daily to review and practice what was learned. There is also one challenge each week, which usually involves some coloring or adding detail to a map used that week. My second grade daughter easily does this on her own and I check in a couple times a week.
October 21, 2015
over 7 years ago

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