Free Social Studies Materials

What do you know about 2014 World Cup champion, Germany?

Let’s take another opportunity to teach kids some geography. After last night triumphal win of German soccer team at the 2014 World Cup, imaginary trip to heart of Europe is an educational “must”. So, what are the most interesting facts about Germany? The name for Germany in the German language is Deutschland. The population of Germany [...]

Let’s learn about Brazil, the home of the soccer 2014 World Cup

The World Cup of 2014 brought immense interest to Brazil, its hosting country. The popularity of the event is a great chance for parents to teach kids geography. Introduce Brazil, learn some fun facts about this fascinating country and add some educational treat to the great sport event! Brazil is the largest country in South [...]

Geography materials: World biomes pinmap

Absolutely fantastic resource: files to create your own pin-map with different biomes, and cards with excellent pictures and descriptions of them. Thanks to Liesl Den for sharing this! I am busy printing and cutting. I think I’ll group it with our “Top 10 Largest Deserts” and “World Biomes” (by Perla Adams) presentations. World Biomes Pin [...]

European Bingo Game link

  The link for an European Bingo Game… is here! See more information about it in European Bingo Game – Free Board Game!, but you can download the game itself using the links below. The file with the game turned out too large, so I split it out into two: European Bingo 1: Italy, Spain, [...]

European Bingo – free board game!

While our little stuffed mouse Maisy is happily enjoying Barcelona (see more about this here: Maisy The Mouse Goes Traveling), I finally had a chance to upload our most helpful tool for learning about Europe: the European Bingo Game, that I designed back at the time when I was participating in a Montessori Continent Swap. [...]

Free Geography Presentation – Antarctic

Since we did our Montessori Continent Box Swap, Geography became part of our daily lives. Every musician that we study, every animal we encounter, every artist we find, every scientific experiment that we do, we tie up to some geographical location and “wonder around” a bit. Other Categories and how we use these materials. Categories [...]