That’s right! Did you know that your kids can draw the 7 continents freehand?
The books that I am going to share with you are amazing! Learn geography while having fun!
To be honest, I knew my kids were pretty good at drawing maps because we have been doing it for years, but using these step-by-step books improved their drawings by leaps and bounds!
I noticed the difference immediately!
And it made me feel more confident to draw more than blobs that kind of look like continents.
Not only that, but we are also venturing into drawing each continent on its own with more details.
7 Continents Activities
If you have been following us for any given amount of time, you will soon find out that we love Geography and probably have the most posts on this wonderful subject.
But even though we have learned which one is the smallest continent, know where Asia and Africa are located on a map and a globe, make up and play a fun Geography game and more, these activities have nothing on this set of books.
I am not kidding you!
If you want to impressively instruct to draw a map of the world continents for kids to follow, THIS is the set you want!
It is a great starting point on around the world Geography lessons.
We got all of these books to review and use prior to deciding whether we like them or not.
The jury has spoken: we all love them so much! It is 100% true when they say that they will learn while having fun.
Use these books during the Summer, just to have something fun to do and then color them or use them as part of your formal Geography and History curriculum!
It is so versatile!
Learn Geography while Having Fun
Let me be honest. I wanted to start with the continent books first.
I know that it might look like it is more complicated because it includes all 7 continents.
But actually, it really is the easiest Geography activities for kids to use and a great introduction to the beautiful world we live in.
The continents aren’t labeled by every single country, but main ones, the Pacific Ocean and the other oceans.
I say it is easier because it gives you an overview of the world and where each continent is located.
Once we were done, I displayed them on the wall and, as we moved on to drawing individual continents, we can easily see where they go on a map.
We are very linear, so after the continents book, we started with Canada and then moved on to North America and South America Geography for kids to work left to right.
We will then move on to the right side of the world.
Something else that is fun is that your kids can have their own handmade continents of the world coloring pages!
They can leave them blank or color them, like the last page in the books.
Continents of the World for Kids
Take a look at my kids’ maps of the continents. Can you believe that a 7- and a 9-year old drew these?!
They are quite impressive. I used a whiteboard to guide them through, as I consulted the ArtK12 book.
I love this way of teaching Geography for kids to grasp easily!
Begin with the world continents book and you can make a unit out of it, as you study each continent.
Europe and Asia are probably the hardest ones to draw. Asia is so big that it actually has 2 books!
But it is really cool to have the kids learn to draw land area and land masses on a world map.
If we practice this long enough, I think they will eventually be able to do it from memory! Isn’t that amazing?
North American Continent
Newsflash! Many kids don’t know that North and South America are not the same continent!
Actually, they used to be, but not anymore. It would be a great discussion to have and to do some research about it.
If you want to draw and make a North America continent coloring page, this is the book to use (the continents book)!
But if you want a more detailed North America Geography for kids, then get the book for North America only.
I am excited to finish our North America maps so we can then go into our research phase!
We will look into fun, Historical and interesting North America Geography facts to enrich our learning.
Then we will do the same for the other continents.
I just like to start with the continent we live in and move on to the others, in order of drawing difficulty.
Fun Geography Activities
Are you ready or your kids to draw and easily find the 7 continents on the map?
You can do so with this wonderful book set because it can be the perfect Geography and History activity curriculum for you!
When it comes to awesome 7 continents activities, I recommend ArtK12 100%!
They deliver what they promise and then some! This set will help your kids find almost any country in the world and draw it with ease!