Writing booklets – my children love them! I have published many mini booklet styles over the years – coloring pages, writing booklets, math facts, and more. Writing in a mini booklet is a nice change of pace!
If your children are learning about the continents this school year, this would be a great complement to your studies.
Geography is a very common thread that runs throughout our homeschool. It’s infused in everything from history to science to Latin and even etymology when learning spelling words.
Knowing about the world around us is important, so I start gentle geography early with my kiddos. This mini writing booklet is a unique way to reinforce memorizing the seven continents.
→ Download a set of continent cards to go along with this writing packet!
Continents Writing Booklet with Picture Dictionary
If you’re homeschooling several ages and stages, you know that it is helpful to combine activities when possible. These continent writing booklets offer easy options for your young learners.
Two styles are included in this download – one set has traditional elementary writing lines, while the 2nd set has plain lines for 2nd or 3rd grade writers.
Also included is a picture dictionary, available in black and white or color.
You can use the picture dictionary with your writing booklets, or you may choose to use it as a separate writing activity.
I’ve listed multiple ways to use these neat writing books whether you’re using them at home with your own children or in a classroom setting.
Download Continents Writing Booklet with Picture Dictionary
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More Continents Learning Ideas
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If you’re working on continents in a unit study, you might be interested in these ideas as well:
— Incorporate facts about continents in your daily copywork.
— Download a set of continent cards to learn the continents.
— Download a set of worksheets and activities to learn how to use a map and the globe.
— Melissa & Doug have a neat 33-piece jumbo world map puzzle. We love this one!
— Check out a few books from the library. Here are a couple of our favorite geography books for K-3rd Grades:
Continents: What You Need to Know by Jill Sherman
Maps and Globes by Jack Knowlton
What are your favorite geography resources?