Galloping the Globe Curriculum Review

Galloping the Globe is a geography-based unit study that allows students in K- 4th grades to travel around the world without leaving the comfort of their homes. Children will learn about different cultures, people of historical significance, missionaries, and animals from each of the seven continents in this study.

Parents pick and choose from selected activities to determine the length of the program, which ranges from one to three years. The program incorporates a notebooking approach to learning; thus, making it perfect for hands-on learners and leaving families with a lasting keepsake of the unit study.

A CD-Rom is now included with the program, allowing parents to easily print the reproducible activities.

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We used Galloping the Globe with children ages 6 & 8 from 2009-current. Likes: This is the basis of our current curriculum. It is like FIAR on steroids... …

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We used Galloping the Globe for geography in 2007. Likes: This was the perfect "first curriculum" to use with my 1st grader and Kindergartner last year. …

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