My Wonderful World is seeking homeschool, after school, and informal educators to share their experiences of geographic learning with kids. We’re looking for stories, best practices, tips, photos, and any other relevant information to post on the blog. Here are a couple examples of past entries from homeschoolers:Family on BikesSoulTravelers3 Explore World Culture through World TravelSo tell us: How do you teach geography at home … Continue reading Homeschoolers and Informal Educators: Share your story on the Blog!
Arbor Day is our national holiday to celebrate tree planting and care. As New York City is best known as a paved paradise, you might not expect to hear this greeting coming from here. But that is exactly why
I am writing today.
NYC might not seem that green from first glimpse, even from the air. But there are over 5 million trees in our city! Beyond 6,000 acres of woodlands that stand out on the satellite map, there are trees along our streets, on public property, in commercial and housing developments, and in backyards–yes, we even have backyards here!
My Wonderful World is excited to announce the debut of a guest blogger series! In this program we provide a forum for those actively “doing” geography to weigh in on the issues and share their personal experiences. We are thrilled to have Marissa Giamo, author of Spin the Globe Adventures (you may remember the piece I wrote about her first book on Australia) as our … Continue reading New MWW guest blogger series kicks off with “Spin the Globe” author Marissa Giamo.