This Adventures Series Travel Guide is written JUST for elementary school aged kids and tweens. This book gives kids information about their destination to teach them and excite them about their trip! Kids who learn about the trip BEFORE they go retain more information. They’ll remember their trip more and be able to add this learning experience to long term memory. Imagine using your vacation to improve their school test scores and educational foundation because that is exactly what you are doing – investing in your trip AND your child’s educational foundation.
The Adventure in London Travel Guide Book is unlike anything you can just google for yourself.
I know because I tried to do that myself before traveling with my kids!! I have used my teaching background and mom knowledge to create a travel guide that includes FUN information and activities to help retain information AND – let’s face it, when kids are engaged and having fun then YOU are having fun, too!
These guides have been tried on my own personal kids! They work! Mom tested – Teacher Approved!
What sorts of things will you read about in this written for kids Travel Guide?
Buckingham Palace – Do you know how many bathrooms it has? Use math skills to figure out how many rags it takes to clean the 240 bedrooms in the palace if you use 2 rags per room. (Now THAT is a math skill worth using.)
The Queen’s flag – Learn what it means when her flag is flying above the castle. Create your own flag that you would fly above your own castle.
Tower of London: Beefeater uniforms are expensive because of a precious metal thread! Color the Beefeater.
Quick! Can you tell the difference between England, Britain and the United Kingdom? Get the easy answer here!
Tower of London – You’ll see the crown jewels. Use tally marks to count the types of gemstones you find.
Big Ben – The tower isn’t named after anyone named Ben!
London Eye – This is not a ferris wheel! Learn what it is really called and why there are 32 cabins but the numbers are from 1-33. Which number is missing?
Welsh Rabbit – This food doesn’t have any rabbit it in! Find out what it really is made of and why I’m pretty sure your kid will love it.
Harrods – One of the world’s most interesting stores and it is home to a FIRST example in England of a form of unusual transportation. Which one? Read to find out!
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Don’t stop there! Read before you go to improve the trip and your child’s brain!
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