Giving Our Children The World


I found this great article while searching for ways to incorporate more geographpassion still a passion for humanitarian efforts into my children.  Found at

Giving Our Children the World: Education Through Geography

by HEIDI on FEBRUARY 24, 2010


globe in hands

As a child, I would sit in a chair and look at my grandfather’s world globe for what seemed like hours at a time. Feeling the bumps of mountains. Reading the names of each country. Plotting a course across the ocean.

What is it like to live there? How does it feel to swim in those waters? Would the sky look the same if I lay on my back and looked up from another continent? How long would it take to get from here to there?

As soon as I had children of my own, I knew that I wanted to impart to them this same curiosity about the wide world around us. Architecture, food, folktales and stories, history, art, music, languages, and scenery–it is all fascinating to me.

I want my children to be world travelers, even when we don’t have the ability to go far from home.

There are many simple ways to incorporate geography into daily life and education.

Read more….


About agoldenhome

I am a busy Christian homeschooling mom of four. We have four dogs, three of which are Goldens. Four cats, two guineas and a few fish. We also have three horses we ride regularly. I coach rec soccer and lead an American Heritage Girls scout troop. I own a small pet sitting business, groom dogs from home and raise service dogs. I have never blogged, so this is a new adventure. When I find the time.

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