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Thursday, May 27, 2010

Learning About Morocco

Morocco was one of the countries that was ‘lighter’ for us, but it was nice to have a little bit of a break. We used the time to focus on several geography terms ~ strait {Strait of Gibraltar}, desert, mountains, coast, plateau, plain, valley. We also talked about the government in Morocco, read some great books about the country and made a very simple dish as our meal from Morocco.

You can view the other countries that we’ve studied from Africa on my geography page.

Week 1 Layout


  • Introduce new song about Morocco from Geography Songs
  • Use atlas and globe to locate Morocco
  • Read one of our books from our bookshelf about Morocco


  • Review geography song
  • Learn {and review} some terms: strait {Strait of Gibraltar}, desert, mountains, coast, plateau, plain, valley
  • Independent reading from bookshelf
  • Filled out the map of Morocco using our notebooking page

Mapping Morocco thumbnail

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  • Review geography song
  • Watched the clip below on Morocco
  • Talked about the government of Morocco {monarchy}
  • Independent reading



Week 2 Layout


Flag of Morocco thumbnail

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  • Review geography song
  • Talked about the religions of Morocco
  • Story from Around the World in 80 Tales ~ The Lion’s Dinner
  • Made a little couscous
  • Review geography song
  • Summarized one of our reading books and copy summary/dication
  • Added our notebooking pages to our binder and stamped our passports!

Books We Used


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  • You amaze me with all you do!

    Now about that visit to play - name the date and come swim! What a wonderful penpal trip that would be!

    Love you,

    By Blogger Mom to 9 Blessings!, At May 27, 2010 at 8:46 AM  

  • I love these posts. I only have 40 more states to go, okay I think it's really 45, and then we can start nations.....

    By Blogger Ticia, At May 27, 2010 at 12:09 PM  

  • I enjoy reading about your geography studies. We do it very modified this year considering that I have a 3 year old, but it's going to be a lot of fun to do over years.

    By Blogger Raising a Happy Child, At May 27, 2010 at 12:35 PM  

  • Please stop by my blog today for another Urgent Prayer request, this time its for my family.

    Love and Hugs ~ Kat

    By Blogger Heart2Heart, At May 27, 2010 at 3:12 PM  

  • I love everything you do with your kids. We are working on the States now making a Scrapbook as we go along that we can add to throughout the school years. We will start the World studies after we finish the States.

    By Blogger Debbie, At May 27, 2010 at 4:18 PM  

  • We are so blessed to have you go before us down this road and be willing to share all your great resources. Where did you get the maps that you use for your pages? ie the Mapping Morrocco activity? My kids are a bit younger and it wouldn't be appropriate to do all the activities you have listed, but I would love to make some of my own and was looking for a good map source. Thanks!

    By Blogger Our journey, At May 31, 2010 at 5:47 PM  

  • We live overseas (morocco actually!) and I just love that you are including such a detailed, fun, and knowledgeable element to your kids geography education. The more kids can learn about the world, the better. Way to go! I am looking forward to using many of your ideas with my boys. Thanks!

    By Blogger Dani, At July 31, 2010 at 9:38 AM  

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