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Geography Through Art Paperback – January 1, 2008
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This remarkable work is friendly to whatever your children's learning style or your homeschool philosophy. --Eclectic Homeschool Online
Since there are several projects per country, your family has the flexibility to spend a little or a lot of time on a country. The projects are interesting, and with the detailed instructions, everyone can have success. --HomeschoolChristian.com
About the Author
Sharon Jeffus has a B.S.S.E. in Art Education from John Brown University and continued on in her studies to be certified to teach English from the University of Arkansas. She studied painting at Metropolitan in Denver and sculpting at Southern Illinois University. She has written over twenty books and has the internationally known company Visual Manna. Sharon wrote her first book in 1992 and developed the Visual Manna teaching method where art is integrated with art appreciation, techniques, vocabulary, and core subjects. Sharon is a regular writer for The Old Schoolhouse magazine and has written for a number of other educational resources. She has also written an Indian Arts and Crafts program that was rated outstanding by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Sharon taught in the public schools for ten years in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri. She then left the public school system to write books, travel and homeschool her two sons.
Jamie Aramini has written multiple books, including Eat Your Way Around the World, Geography Through Art with Sharon Jeffus, and The Adventures of Munford series. Jamie was a Kentucky Governor's Scholar and still resides in the Bluegrass State. She lives with her two sons, a flock of chickens, a Miniature Schnauzer named Sophie, and the most recent addition a goat named Marmaduke. She also has bee hives, but hasn't taken the time to name all those bees. (Yet!) Jamie is passionate about faith, writing, and living an environmentally responsible and sustainable lifestyle.
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The initial amount of money required for for all the projects is pretty heavy, but I now have nice art materials my child will never willing use.