Legends & Leagues Workbook
In this original and amusing book, Mr. Tardy stumbles into the office of Mr. Meridian Longitude and Mr. Azimuth Latitude. He is late for an appointment and in desperate need of directions. Mr. Tardy has come to the right place! With Mr. Tardy trying to keep up, the tall Mr. Longitude and the wide Mr. Latitude educate him on maps and their features, compass points, and geographic formations. The book is completely illustrated (like a children's book) and explains things in a simple, direct manner for young students. SC. 32 pgs. The reproducible Legends & Leagues workbook provides fun, worthwhile activities for children to complete after reading the book. They'll complete matching exercises, coloring pages, simple puzzles, landmark drawings, and of course a couple different types of maps. PB. 44 pgs.
Building upon the concepts of Legends & Leagues, your children can deepen their understanding of geography with four new
Most of the activities have something to color or draw, there are a handful of activities that the students color and cut out and only a few worksheet type activities.
We usually do 1 activity a week, so I expect us to be done at the end of our first semester. By themselves, I would call the Legends and Leagues book and workbook an intro to geography for younger students.
over 3 years ago