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Rainbow Price: $10.25
How do you get a student to interact with geography without getting on a plane? Make a game of catch-the-planet! There are a lot of games you can play with an inflatable globe. Toss it around and have the catcher answer a question about what is under their right thumb for example. Which hemisphere is it in? What are the coordinates? Identify the continent or ocean. So, when you have a blank white globe with black outlines, you have just upped the ante! Now the student has to identify or answer a question without seeing the names on the globe. Wouldn't that be a fun game of catch? Identify the nearest country to your left pointer finger, and then write it on with a wet-erase marker (not included)! Keep tossing until the entire continent, or whole globe, is labeled! Use for continents, countries, physical features, etc. More fun than plain old blank paper maps! Great for your kinesthetic, hands-on learners or wiggly kiddos. 24" diameter, ~ Sara
Rainbow Price: $99.95
This globe guides young children on an exciting interactive adventure to introduce geography basics. Like the original GeoSafari Talking Globe, it uses quiz games to familiarize children with geography. Two game modes and variable subjects allow children to learn geography with spoken and visual clues, then immediately quiz each lesson. Digital voice technology, sound, and music add entertainment and educational value. An illustrated 12" globe has just the right amount of detail and color-coding to make it fun and easy for young children to read. Features adjustable volume, question repeat, help button, lights, and sounds. Variable subject selection lets you focus learning on continents, countries, US states, or oceans. The simple, colorful globe and multiple-choice questions are perfect for beginning geography students. One to three players, requires four "C" batteries or an AC adapter (sold separately).
Rainbow Price: $165.00
Like a geography teacher, encyclopedia, and trivia wiz all rolled into one – and available at your fingertips – the Intelliglobe is an interactive educational tool that enhances every geography program available today! With the wireless Intellipen, you can cruise around the surface of the globe, exploring and learning about the planet in 18 main areas: geography, countries and territories, population, languages, national governments, economics, currency, land area in miles, land area in km, cities, states and provinces, music, history, life expectancy, geology, climate, ecology, and current time. There is a comparison feature that allows you to compare statistics between countries; a series of games for testing your ability to "find it" on the globe; a trivia challenge; a multiple choice challenge; and thousands of fun and educational facts – all in 4 different languages: English, Spanish, French, and German! Also included is a 48-page "Discovery Book" that features maps, world flags, landmarks, animals, dinosaurs, foods, explorers, a moon map, a sky map and other things that interact with the pen in much the same way as the globe. In all, this is a fantastic way to discover and learn more about the world we inhabit. Globe is 12" and uses a raised relief map.
Rainbow Price: $415.00
This year-long geography study begins the MFW "Investigate" curriculum series, which is followed up in subsequent years by a chronological history study. Designed for students of different levels to use together, this is an option if you are looking for a curriculum to use with both a second grader and an older student. (Please note that 7th and 8th graders may also use this program with the purchase of additional resources, but this package as assembled is intended for students between grades 3-6.) With a focus on world geography and missions, students will learn Bible, geography, reading, science, art and music. You will need to add math, language arts and foreign language (if desired). MFW has specific recommendations for resources for these at each grade level; see more details online. In Bible, students do an in-depth study of Matthew, read about missionaries and pray for different ethnic groups. Geography is explored through all the senses and a wide variety of activities including using maps and globes, making geographic vocabulary cards, playing geography games, cooking ethnic recipes, making flags, listening to cultural music and viewing art from around the world. In reading, students will enjoy a selection of living books recommended from an extensive list.
Deluxe Package includes Teacher Manual; Parent-Teacher Supplement; Synergy Guide; student sheets; flags of the world sticker book; passport booklet; Exploring World Geography; A Trip Around the World/Another Trip...; Classroom Atlas; Children's Atlas of God's World; Maps & Globes; Geography From A to Z; World Wall Map; Usborne Living World Encyclopedia; Properties of Ecosystems (God's Design for Science); Hero Tales; God Speaks Numanggang; Fast Facts; Window on the World; Global Art; Wee Sing Around the World; Currency Kit; a set of six Christian Heroes Then & Now; Great Animal Search; Fun with Easy Origami; Kingdom Tales and inflatable globe.
Rainbow Price: $12.95
This atlas from Rand McNally bridges the gap between simpler atlases geared to younger students and adult reference-only atlases. Like its adult cousins, this atlas is packed full of colorful maps and handy reference material; however, it also includes some student-friendly features such as charts/graphs, and narrative text. The atlas begins with an overview of map terminology. Next are sections on the earth/solar system, plate tectonics, climate, and other topics pertaining to physical geography. A twelve-page countries and flags of the world section presents basic information about 199 countries. Seven world maps are included: political, physical, climate, economic, population density, environments, and time zones. Detailed political and physical maps are provided for each of the seven continents and the U.S., plus thematic maps and select regional/country maps. Some examples of the continent thematic maps include: climate, population, environments/land use, or special topics specific to the continent (i.e. destruction of the rain forest in South America). Glossary and index included. 176 pgs, pb. Revisd in 2017. ~ Lisa
Rainbow Price: $31.40
There's nothing quite like watching a huge storm blow in, the family huddled around the window to marvel as the rain falls and the lightning strikes. This kit provides a fun, hands-on way to learn more about the science behind those storms. There's more to weather than just clouds and water – learn about the atmosphere, hydrosphere, climates, and other factors that affect what we see up in the sky. You'll do 23 interactive experiments using the included materials (plus common household items): make a globe, create your own clouds, build a rain gauge, track the temperature, and so much more. The kit includes: sphere, pre-cut cardboard, basin, globe sticker sheet, 5 incense cones, a balloon, disk, tubing, thermometer, petri dish, sponge, 3 tealight cups, pipette, 50 grams of clay, 2 rubber bands, a drinking straw, and a few more various & sundry items. –Chad