How to Teach States and Capitals

I remember learning the states and capitals in school. I think it was around 4th grade? We were given a paper map and expected to fill it in while under a time constraint.

Not exactly fun learning is it?

Must Have Geography Resources

When I first began homeschooling I never really considered Geography a subject. I mean, that is part of History right? Oh, I was so wrong! You see, I could barely follow a map. I knew little to nothing about our world, the state capitols of the United States or the different countries located within the seven continents. Why? Because I was never taught Geography.

Science Supersite for all Homeschoolers

This is one of the true supersites for education.  Take the time to learn how to use this site, you will be very impressed. Providing a wealth of lessons, tools, and resources for K-12 science educators, Science NetLinks is your guide to meaningful standards-based Internet experiences for students.

So Much Learning on One Website

National Geographic is a huge website!  It would take a person a long time to go through the whole thing. Take the time to teach your student how to use this website.  It is well worth your time, especially for the photographs.  For instance, search on volcanoes.  This is a wonderful website for for unit studies and research projects.


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