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England – Country Study

Next week we will begin our study of England! 🙂 Not the UK, just England. We will study the others by themselves. 😉

Here is a list of resources that we plan on using.



Little Passports – I just LOOOOOVE these kits!!!  They also have a states version that I have been meaning to sign up for.







Maps to Color and Learn - Europe

Maps to Color & Learn – Europe



The Eyewitness Atlas of the World



The Kingfisher Young People's Atlas of the World

The Kingfisher Young People’s Atlas of the World



A Child's History of England

A Child’s History of England – Free for Kindle!



A Little Princess [with Biographical Introduction]

A Little Princess – 99 cents for Kindle



Castle (DK Eyewitness Books)

DK Eyewitness Castle



A Picture Book of Florence Nightingale (Picture Book Biography)

A Picture Book of Florence Nightingale


Simon & Barklee in England

Simon and Barklee in England


This is London

This Is London 



Madeline in London

Madeline in London



The Worldwide Adventures of Winston and Churchill: Book One, Europe

The Worldwide Adventures of Winston and Churchill – Book 1 – Europe



Printables – (lapbooks, unit studies, notebooking, paper crafts, maps, coloring pages, etc.)

Amanda Bennett Passport United Kingdom – although we will just be using the portion specific for England – On sale for $5 right now!

England Country Study Lapbook from Homeschool Share 

DLTK-Kids – paper crafts, coloring pages, worksheets, craft ideas

National Geographic Kids 

Activity Village – British Wildlife and London Theme

Squidoo Choose a Country lens

England Picture Activity Cards – $3




Online Resources

YouTube – Castles 

Kids Ask Questions About England

TIME for Kids – All About England

Project Britain

Frenchfrog’s Little English Pond




Using papier mache for map making from – Angelic Scalliwags

Activity Village – crafts

Making Friends



I hope this gives you a good starting point for learning about England!! 🙂



Comments on: "England – Country Study" (4)

  1. Stacy, looks like you have it all together.. I bet this is really time consuming, just getting prepared for home schooling, and having to do all the different ages.I bet its really hard..
    Great admiration for you moms..

  2. You really know how to put together a study! 🙂 Good for you!!

    Thank you for linking up to the Hearts for Home Blog Hop! Blessings!

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