- Canada in 2050
- Buried Treasure (Offshore Oil)
- Human Influence on the Oceans
- Coral Reefs
- Comparing Alberta to Quebec
- 100 Years of Immigration to Canada
- Arctic Web Quest
- Around the World in 80 Minutes
- ChinaTown, B.C.
- Exploration Knapsack – Tools of Discovery
If you are looking for more of a hands-on approach to learning Geography – you can find TONS of ideas here. Divided into 5 major categories: Human Geography, Enviromental Geography, Physical Geography, GeoMatics, and Canadian Geographic Poster Maps, you can find an idea for just about anything.
From designing your own suburb, being a geography detective, to examining mud puddles – there’s a lot of great learning available here that doesn’t necessarily fall under an “official” lesson plan!
If you have kids that wonder what they would do with geography in a professional way, you can check out a great collection of stories about different people who use their geography skills as a career!
This council also organizes an annual national geography challenge for student in Grade 4 to 10. Yes, homeschoolers CAN participate, but they have to either compete with a local school, or make a group with other homeschoolers. Whether or not you choose to participate in the challenge as a competitor, the past questions are a great resource tool and a test of your own geographic skills.