Britain Geography and Landmarks Packet
Today I have a new packet to share with you about the geography and famous landmarks of Britain. We have been studying the history of Britain. I wanted the kids to be familiar with some of the well-known places of London (and Britain in general). That way, when we talk about places like the Tower of London or Westminster Abbey, they would be able to envision these famous buildings. Better yet, would be a field trip to these places, but until then this packet will have to do!!
Some of the historic places we talked about include
- Westminster Abbey
- Tower of London
- Trafalgar Square
- Big Ben
- Hampton Court
- St. Paul’s Cathedral
- Tower Bridge
- Windsor Castle
- Canterbury Cathedral
- London Eye
- Buckingham Palace
In this packet there are matching and fill-in-the-blank pages, Montessori 3-part cards, clothes pin identify cards, lapbook/interactive notebook pages as well as fact sheets about the United Kingdom and Stonehenge.
This packet is currently free to download! Enjoy! ~Liesl
Click here to download: Britain Geography Packet
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We went on to study Henry VIII, his wives and the English Reformation. If you are studying that period, you can find out more about our materials at this post: English Reformation: Henry VIII, Edward, Mary, Elizabeth I (Notebook Pages)
You might be interested in our other Geography Packet:
- China Geography and Landmarks Packet (It is currently free as well! Hope it’s helpful!)
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