World Geography

Trick Geography: World will help students remember the names of countries, their capitals, and topographical features through fun mnemonic tricks. Students tackle regions at a time, and learn to see shapes that correspond to the names of the countries; for example, the shape of Peru is drawn to be a cat that purrs. Capitals are taught by adding an object to the initial country drawing that sounds like the capital name - so Lima becomes a lima bean in the cat's mouth. Finally, geographical features are connected with simple sentences that build on the country name. Students fill in the blanks with the country name, capital name, or body of water/mountain/landscape feature. Students learn countries first and then progress to capitals and other information.

The Trick Geography World Teacher Guide includes an introduction about how the curriculum works, notes on scheduling with suggested weekly lesson schedules and a sample daily lesson plan, optional activities, and directions and answers for each lesson. Step-by-step instructions make it simple to teach lessons that connect the shapes to the countries.

The Trick Geography World Test Book includes matching tests for the six units: Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceana, and South America.

Grades 3 & Up. The elementary schedule covers two maps per week (for a 35-week program) while the middle school & up schedule covers two to three maps per week (for a 25-week program).

This set includes:

  • Trick Geography World Student Book, 179 non-reproducible pages, softcover and consumable.

  • Trick Geography World Teacher Guide, 137 pages, softcover
  • Trick Geography World Test Book, 57 non-reproducible pages, softcover consumable.

Trick Geography's World Geography will help students remember the names of countries, their capitals, and topographical features through fun mnemonic tricks. Students tackle regions at a time, and learn to see shapes that correspond to the names of the countries; for example, the shape of Morocco is drawn as a maraca. Capitals are taught by adding an object to the initial country drawing that sounds like the capital name - so Rabat becomes a robot playing the maraca. Finally, geographical features are connected with simple sentences that build on the country name. Students fill in the blanks with the country name, capital name, or body of water/mountain/landscape feature. Students learn countries first and then progress to capitals and other information.

The Trick Geography World Test Book includes matching tests for the six units: Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceana, and South America.

Grades 3 & Up. The elementary schedule covers two maps per week (for a 35-week program) while the middle school & up schedule covers two to three maps per week (for a 25-week program).

This set includes:

  • Trick Geography World Student Book, 179 non-reproducible pages, softcover and consumable.
  • Trick Geography World Test Book, 57 non-reproducible pages, softcover consumable.

PLEASE NOTE: The Trick Geography World Teacher's Guide (sold-separately) is required to use this student book & test set.

Trick Geography's World Geography will help students remember the names of countries, their capitals, and topographical features through fun mnemonic tricks. Students tackle regions at a time, and learn to see shapes that correspond to the names of the countries; for example, the shape of Morocco is drawn as a maraca. Capitals are taught by adding an object to the initial country drawing that sounds like the capital name - so Rabat becomes a robot playing the maraca. Finally, geographical features are connected with simple sentences that build on the country name. Students fill in the blanks with the country name, capital name, or body of water/mountain/landscape feature. Students learn countries first and then progress to capitals and other information.

Grades 3 & Up. The elementary schedule covers two maps per week (for a 35-week program) while the middle school & up schedule covers two to three maps per week (for a 25-week program).

Consumable and non-reproducible.

PLEASE NOTE: The Trick Geography World Teacher's Guide (sold-separately) is required to use this student book; it cannot be used independently as it contains only worksheets, not the lessons themselves. Tests are NOT included but are available in the World Test Book (sold-separately).

The Trick Geography World Test Book includes matching tests for the six units: Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceana, and South America. 57 pages, softcover; consumable and non-reproducible.

The Trick Geography World Teacher Guide includes an introduction about how the curriculum works, notes on scheduling with suggested weekly lesson schedules and a sample daily lesson plan, optional activities, and directions and answers for each lesson. Step-by-step instructions make it simple to teach lessons that connect the shapes to the countries. A test answer key (tests themselves sold-separately in the Test Book) is also included. 137 pages, softcover.

Trick Geography Review Cards

  1. Trick Geography Review Card: Africa
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  2. Trick Geography Review Card: Asia
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  3. Trick Geography Review Card: Europe
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USA

Trick Geography USA will help students remember the names of the US states, capitals and major bodies of water, mountains, deserts, and plains through fun mnemonic tricks. Students tackle regions at a time, and learn to see shapes that correspond to the names of the states; for example, the shape of Pennsylvania is drawn to be a box of pencils. Capitals are taught by adding an object to the initial state drawing that sounds like the capital name - so Harrisburg becomes a hairy bird drawing with pencils. Finally, geographical features are connected with simple sentences that build on the country name. Students fill in the blanks with the state name, capital name, or body of water/mountain/landscape feature. Students learn states first and then progress to capitals and other information.

The Trick Geography USA Teacher Guide includes an introduction about how the curriculum works, notes on scheduling with suggested weekly lesson schedules and a sample daily lesson plan, optional activities, and directions and answers for each lesson. Step-by-step instructions make it simple to teach lessons that connect the shapes to the countries. Tests with a test answer key are also included. Softcover.

Grades 3 & Up. The elementary schedule covers two maps per week (for a 7-week program) while the middle school & up schedule covers two to three maps per week (for a 5-week program).

This set includes:

  • Trick Geography USA Student Book, 53 pages, consumable and non-reproducible.

  • Trick Geography USA Teacher Guide, 61 pages, softcover

Trick Geography USA will help students remember the names of the US states, capitals and major bodies of water, mountains, deserts, and plains through fun mnemonic tricks. Students tackle regions at a time, and learn to see shapes that correspond to the names of the states; for example, the shape of Pennsylvania is drawn to be a box of pencils. Capitals are taught by adding an object to the initial state drawing that sounds like the capital name - so Harrisburg becomes a hairy bird drawing with pencils. Finally, geographical features are connected with simple sentences that build on the country name. Students fill in the blanks with the state name, capital name, or body of water/mountain/landscape feature. Students learn states first and then progress to capitals and other information.

Grades 3 & Up. The elementary schedule covers two maps per week (for a 7-week program) while the middle school & up schedule covers two to three maps per week (for a 5-week program).

Tests are also included. 53 pages, consumable and non-reproducible. Softcover.

PLEASE NOTE: The Trick Geography USA Teacher's Guide (sold-separately) is required to use this student book; it cannot be used independently as it contains only worksheets, not the lessons themselves.

The Trick Geography USA Teacher Guide includes an introduction about how the curriculum works, notes on scheduling with suggested weekly lesson schedules and a sample daily lesson plan, optional activities, and directions and answers for each lesson. Step-by-step instructions make it simple to teach lessons that connect the shapes to the states. Tests with a test answer key are also included. Softcover. 61 pages, softcover.

    Europe

    Trick Geography Europe will help students remember the names of countries, their capitals, and topographical features through fun mnemonic tricks. Students tackle regions at a time, and learn to see shapes that correspond to the names of the countries; for example, the shape of Croatia is drawn to be a crow. Capitals are taught by adding an object to the initial country drawing that sounds like the capital name - so Zagreb becomes a grub in the crow's beak. Finally, geographical features are connected with simple sentences that build on the country name. Students fill in the blanks with the country name, capital name, or body of water/mountain/landscape feature. Students learn countries first and then progress to capitals and other information. Tests are also included.

    The Trick Geography Europe Teacher Guide includes an introduction about how the curriculum works, notes on scheduling with suggested weekly lesson schedules and a sample daily lesson plan, optional activities, and directions and answers for each lesson. Step-by-step instructions make it simple to teach lessons that connect the shapes to the countries. Tests with a test answer key are also included.

    Grades 3 & Up. The elementary schedule covers two maps per week (for an 8-week program) while the middle school & up schedule covers two to three maps per week (for a 6-week program).

    This set includes:

    • Trick Geography Europe Student Book, 57 pages, consumable and non-reproducible.

    • Trick Geography Europe Teacher Guide, 63 pages, softcover

    Trick Geography Europe will help students remember the names of countries, their capitals, and topographical features through fun mnemonic tricks. Students tackle regions at a time, and learn to see shapes that correspond to the names of the countries; for example, the shape of Croatia is drawn to be a crow. Capitals are taught by adding an object to the initial country drawing that sounds like the capital name - so Zagreb becomes a grub in the crow's beak. Finally, geographical features are connected with simple sentences that build on the country name. Students fill in the blanks with the country name, capital name, or body of water/mountain/landscape feature. Students learn countries first and then progress to capitals and other information. Tests are also included. 57 pages, consumable and non-reproducible.

    PLEASE NOTE: The Trick Geography Europe Teacher's Guide is required to use this student book; it cannot be used independently as it contains only worksheets, not the lessons themselves.

    Trick Geography Europe Review Card is a supplement to the sold-separately Trick Geography Europe & World editions, and provides for quick, efficient review for small groups or personal use. Printed on 8 1/2 by 11-inch card stock, the card fits conveniently inside the book for easy storage. The front side shows a map of the continent with capitals starred. Countries are numbered in the order they are presented in the curriculum. The back side lists country and capital names numbered and grouped by regions, again as presented in the curriculum.

    Americas and Oceania

    Trick Geography's The Americas and Oceania will help students remember the names of countries, their capitals, and topographical features through fun mnemonic tricks. Students tackle regions at a time, and learn to see shapes that correspond to the names of the countries; for example, the shape of Peru is drawn to be a cat that purrs. Capitals are taught by adding an object to the initial country drawing that sounds like the capital name - so Lima becomes a lima bean in the cat's mouth. Finally, geographical features are connected with simple sentences that build on the country name. Students fill in the blanks with the country name, capital name, or body of water/mountain/landscape feature. Students learn countries first and then progress to capitals and other information.

    The Trick Geography The Americas and Oceania Teacher Guide includes an introduction about how the curriculum works, notes on scheduling with suggested weekly lesson schedules and a sample daily lesson plan, optional activities, and directions and answers for each lesson. Step-by-step instructions make it simple to teach lessons that connect the shapes to the countries. Tests with a test answer key are also included.

    Grades 3 & Up. The elementary schedule covers two maps per week (for an 9-week program) while the middle school & up schedule covers two to three maps per week (for an 11-week program).

    This set includes:

    • Trick Geography The Americas and Oceania Student Book, consumable and non-reproducible.

    • Trick Geography The Americas and Oceania Teacher Guide, softcover

    Trick Geography's The Americas and Oceania will help students remember the names of countries, their capitals, and topographical features through fun mnemonic tricks. Students tackle regions at a time, and learn to see shapes that correspond to the names of the countries; for example, the shape of Peru is drawn to be a cat that purrs. Capitals are taught by adding an object to the initial country drawing that sounds like the capital name - so Lima becomes a lima bean in the cat's mouth. Finally, geographical features are connected with simple sentences that build on the country name. Students fill in the blanks with the country name, capital name, or body of water/mountain/landscape feature. Students learn countries first and then progress to capitals and other information.

    Grades 3 & Up. The elementary schedule covers two maps per week (for an 9-week program) while the middle school & up schedule covers two to three maps per week (for an 11-week program).

    Tests are also included. Consumable and non- reproducible.

    PLEASE NOTE: The Trick Geography Americas and Oceania Teacher Guide (sold-separately) is required to use this student book; it cannot be used independently as it contains only worksheets, not the lessons themselves.

    The Trick Geography The Americas and Oceania Teacher Guide includes an introduction about how the curriculum works, notes on scheduling with suggested weekly lesson schedules and a sample daily lesson plan, optional activities, and directions and answers for each lesson. Step-by-step instructions make it simple to teach lessons that connect the shapes to the countries. Tests with a test answer key are also included. Softcover.

    Trick Geography Review Cards: Americas & Oceania

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    2. Trick Geography Review Card: Oceania
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    Asia

    Trick Geography Asia will help students remember the names of countries, their capitals, and topographical features through fun mnemonic tricks. Students tackle regions at a time, and learn to see shapes that correspond to the names of the countries; for example, the shape of Turkey is drawn to be a young turkey. Capitals are taught by adding an object to the initial country drawing that sounds like the capital name - so Ankara becomes an ankle that the turkey is pecking. Finally, geographical features are connected with simple sentences that build on the country name. Students fill in the blanks with the country name, capital name, or body of water/mountain/landscape feature. Students learn countries first and then progress to capitals and other information. Tests are also included.

    The Trick Geography Asia Teacher Guide includes an introduction for the teacher, notes on scheduling with suggested weekly lesson schedule and sample daily lesson plan, optional activities, and directions and answers for each lesson. Step-by-step instructions make it simple to teach lessons that connect the shapes to the countries. Tests with a test answer key are also included.

    Grades 3 & up. The elementary schedule covers two maps per week (for an 8-week program) while the middle school & up schedule covers two to three maps per week (for a 6-week program).

    This set includes:

    • Trick Geography Asia Student Book, 57 pages, consumable and non-reproducible.

    • Trick Geography Asia Teacher Guide, 63 pages, softcover

    Trick Geography Asia will help students remember the names of countries, their capitals, and topographical features through fun mnemonic tricks. Students tackle regions at a time, and learn to see shapes that correspond to the names of the countries; for example, the shape of Turkey is drawn to be a young turkey. Capitals are taught by adding an object to the initial country drawing that sounds like the capital name - so Ankara becomes an ankle that the turkey is pecking. Finally, geographical features are connected with simple sentences that build on the country name. Students fill in the blanks with the country name, capital name, or body of water/mountain/landscape feature. Students learn countries first and then progress to capitals and other information. Tests are also included. 57 pages, consumable and non-reproducible.

    PLEASE NOTE: The Trick Geography Asia Teacher's Guide is required to use this student book; it cannot be used independently as it contains only worksheets, not the lessons themselves.

    The Trick Geography Asia Teacher Guide includes an introduction for the teacher, notes on scheduling with suggested weekly lesson schedule and sample daily lesson plan, optional activities, and directions and answers for each lesson. Step-by-step instructions make it simple to teach lessons that connect the shapes to the countries. Tests with a test answer key are also included.

    Trick Geography Asia Review Card is a supplement to the sold-separately Trick Geography Asia & World editions, and provides for quick, efficient review for small groups or personal use. Printed on 8 1/2 by 11-inch card stock, the card fits conveniently inside the book for easy storage. The front side shows a map of the continent with capitals starred. Countries are numbered in the order they are presented in the curriculum. The back side lists country and capital names numbered and grouped by regions, again as presented in the curriculum.

    Africa

    Trick Geography Africa will help students remember the names of countries, their capitals, and topographical features through fun mnemonic tricks. Students tackle regions at a time, and learn to see shapes that correspond to the names of the countries; for example, the shape of Morocco is drawn to be a maraca. Capitals are taught by adding an object to the initial country drawing that sounds like the capital name - so Rabat becomes a robot playing a maraca. Finally, geographical features are connected with simple sentences that build on the country name. Students fill in the blanks with the country name, capital name, or body of water/mountain/landscape feature. Students learn countries first and then progress to capitals and other information. Tests are also included.

    Grades 3 & Up. The elementary schedule covers two maps per week (for a 5-week program) while the middle school & up schedule covers two to three maps per week (for a 7-week program).

    The Trick Geography Africa Teacher Guide includes an introduction about how the curriculum works, notes on scheduling with a suggested weekly lesson schedule and sample daily lesson plan, optional activities, and directions and answers for each lesson. Step-by-step instructions make it simple to teach lessons that connect the shapes to the countries. Tests with a test answer key are also included.

    This set includes:

    • Trick Geography Africa Student Book, 59 pages, consumable and non-reproducible.

    • Trick Geography Africa Teacher Guide, 59 pages, softcover

    Trick Geography Africa will help students remember the names of countries, their capitals, and topographical features through fun mnemonic tricks. Students tackle regions at a time, and learn to see shapes that correspond to the names of the countries; for example, the shape of Morocco is drawn to be a maraca. Capitals are taught by adding an object to the initial country drawing that sounds like the capital name - so Rabat becomes a robot playing a maraca. Finally, geographical features are connected with simple sentences that build on the country name. Students fill in the blanks with the country name, capital name, or body of water/mountain/landscape feature. Students learn countries first and then progress to capitals and other information. Tests are also included. 59 pages, consumable and non-reproducible.

    Grades 3 & Up. The elementary schedule covers two maps per week (for a 5-week program) while the middle school & up schedule covers two to three maps per week (for a 7-week program).

    PLEASE NOTE: TheTrick Geography Africa Teacher's Guide is required to use this student book; it cannot be used independently as it contains only worksheets, not the lessons themselves.

    The Trick Geography Africa Teacher Guide includes an introduction about how the curriculum works, notes on scheduling with a suggested weekly lesson schedule and sample daily lesson plan, optional activities, and directions and answers for each lesson. Step-by-step instructions make it simple to teach lessons that connect the shapes to the countries. Tests with a test answer key are also included. 59 pages, softcover.

    Trick Geography Africa Review Card is a supplement to the sold-separately Trick Geography Africa & World editions, and provides for quick, efficient review for small groups or personal use. Printed on 8 1/2 by 11-inch card stock, the card fits conveniently inside the book for easy storage. The front side shows a map of the continent with capitals starred. Countries are numbered in the order they are presented in the curriculum. The back side lists country and capital names numbered and grouped by regions, again as presented in the curriculum.

    Companion Series

    Trick Geography's World Geography will help students remember the names of countries, their capitals, and topographical features through fun mnemonic tricks. Students tackle regions at a time, and learn to see shapes that correspond to the names of the countries; for example, the shape of Morocco is drawn as a maraca. Capitals are taught by adding an object to the initial country drawing that sounds like the capital name - so Rabat becomes a robot playing the maraca. Finally, geographical features are connected with simple sentences that build on the country name. Students fill in the blanks with the country name, capital name, or body of water/mountain/landscape feature. Students learn countries first and then progress to capitals and other information.

    Trick Geography USA will help students remember the names of the US states, capitals and major bodies of water, mountains, deserts, and plains in the same fashion.

    The Trick Geography World Teacher Guide and Trick Geography USA Teacher Guide include an introduction about how the curriculum works, notes on scheduling with suggested weekly lesson schedules and a sample daily lesson plan, optional activities, and directions and answers for each lesson. Step-by-step instructions make it simple to teach lessons that connect the shapes to the countries/states.

    The Trick Geography World Test Book includes matching tests for the six units: Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceana, and South America. Tests for the USA curriculum are included in the teacher's guide.

    Grades 3 & Up.

    Grades 3 & Up. The World elementary schedule covers two maps per week (for a 35-week program) while the World middle school & up schedule covers two to three maps per week (for a 25-week program). The USA elementary schedule covers two maps per week (for a 7-week program) while the USA middle school & up schedule covers two to three maps per week (for a 5-week program).

    This set includes:

    • Trick Geography World Student Book, 179 non-reproducible pages, softcover and consumable.

    • Trick Geography World Teacher Guide, 137 pages, softcover
    • Trick Geography World Test Book, 57 non-reproducible pages, softcover consumable
    • Trick Geography USA Student Book, 53 pages, consumable and non-reproducible
    • Trick Geography USA Teacher Guide, 61 pages, softcover