Geography Lesson

This activity provides a chance for children to visually explore where they live and discover what makes the part of earth they share with the world special.
Geography Lesson 1

Gently touch the Earth. Now touch where you live.

Materials you’ll need

  • A Globe or Map
  • Blank Paper
  • Felt-tip Markers, Crayons or Coloured Pencils


  1. Using a globe or world map, point out where your country, province or state appears and have the child touch it to recognize its shape.
  2. Then, print out a free colouring page of the area and have the child colour the location.

Suggested discussion topics

  • How big the Earth is and how small our part of it is in proportion to the rest.
  • How far apart we are from others (if you have loved ones in a faraway place, point that location out to emphasize distance or print a second colouring page to complete and make a gift to send their way).
  • What types of nature are found in your location (wildlife, flowers, trees, bodies of water).
  • What makes your surrounding area different from other locations.
  • What the child’s favourite thing is about nature in your area.
  • Why it’s important to care for things outside as we do for things inside, to protect our shared natural resources.

Free audio visual download with each book purchase

For Julian’s Birthday and Earth Month, enjoy free audio visual books narrated by Julian Lennon when you purchase any book in the series.

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