Expedition Earth Drawing

From the sparkling sands of Brazil to the orange groves of Morocco to the rising cosmopolitan city-state of Singapore… It’s time for an expedition! Grab your passport and let’s explore the people and places of our globe. Within these pages, you will discover the sights and sounds of all 195 countries of our world and learn about the people who live there, the crops they raise, the food they eat, the music they play, the religions they follow, and so much more. From the exotic to the ordinary, you will learn about the amazing facets of our globe without leaving your own home. However, the pages of this book may inspire you to hop on a plane and experience the near and far corners of our planet for yourself.

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  • Youthful One

    I’d use this with Heart of Wisdom

  • Kim W.

    Mystery of history

  • Rebekah

    sotw and moh

  • Carlen

    I would use this with Mystery of History. Thank you!

  • Lisa McClanahan

    TruthQuest

  • Kim Chance

    We use Konos for History

  • Dawn

    We are eclectic with history but really enjoy SOTW

  • Eloise

    We are still unsure as to what curriculum we will be using this coming year.

  • Kelli Wilder

    My Father’s World. Cycle 1&2

  • Stacey

    I am a map and history junkie! We would LOVE this!!

  • Kelly Schmidt

    Mystery of History

  • Isabelle LUssier

    Mystery of History along side with Story of the World.

  • LL

    this looks wonderful!

  • LL

    I just saw the question :) I use a big mix but follow along mostly with Truthquest and Simply Charlotte Mason history guides.

  • Katrina

    I think this would be usable with just about anything! We currently use SOTW, so I’d incorporate it with that.

  • Andrea Germain

    We will be notebooking this fall, so this would be a great fit. We haven’t chosen anything specific yet.

  • grettajohns

    We have been using Christian Light Education but are considering going with Ann Voskamp’s “A Child’s Geography” series. We could use this book with any curriculum we choose though!

  • Christy

    We use Classical Conversations for Geography and History.

  • WilsonFrostAcademy

    Living Books Curriculum guides

  • Sara Peterson

    This would go so well with any curriculum. We use SimplyCharlotteMason.com and this would be a great supporting curriculum with that.

  • Mary

    I would use this with Truthquest History or Tapestry of Grace. I think you could use it with any history curriculum.

  • Kim,

    We useBiblioplan for history, Bible, & literature.

  • Kristina S.

    I would use this with Galloping the Globe which incorporates history. :)

  • Melinda H.

    Mystery of History.

  • http://ourhomeschoolstudio.com/ HillaryM

    MOH and TQ

  • Somethings Cookin

    At this stage, we’d just use this book!

  • Coral

    Countries, Cultures & Geography

  • Shannon S

    I would use it with the postcard group we run on Facebook, 50statepostcards. It would tie in perfectly!

  • judith martinez

    I’d use it with Notgrass history.

  • Jennifer H.

    I don’t know for sure. We use SOW currently.

  • Grace Filled HS

    We use Heart of Dakota so I would use it alongside that.

  • Kellyann Walker

    We would be using it with SOTW, MOH, and Diana Waring’s Ancients

  • Naomi

    Mystery of History

  • Jennifer

    History is still ahead of us… I’m not certain what we’ll be using.

  • Lauralee Davis

    Tapestry of Grace

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