Exploring the Continents of the World

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Notebook your way through 100 historic places, 22 countries, and all 7 continents of the world in this open and go Notebook Companion™ to the Children’s Atlas of God’s World by Master Books, sold separately.

208 black & white pages | This is a digital only resource.

*Digital Product - purchase one per household only.

Exploring the Continents of the World


From mountain peaks to deserts, ancient structures to modern feats of engineering, the world is full of incredible places to discover! Help your kids explore more than 100 famous places and learn to locate each of them on a map. Discover fascinating facts about important historical figures, including Johann Sebastian Bach, John Calvin, Leonardo da Vinci, Martin Luther, Leif the Lucky and much more with Exploring the Continents of the World, a Notebook Companion™ to the Children’s Atlas of God’s World by Master Books, sold separately.

For each continent, students will:

  • record facts they learn
  • list the countries and/or territories and label them on a map
  • sketch one or more famous landmarks and write about it

For each of the 22 countries explored, students will:

  • record facts they learn
  • complete a table of facts about the country including capital city, government system, primary languages, population, monetary unit, area, national symbol, national anthem, and largest city
  • sketch one or more famous landmarks and write about it
  • label the country’s capital on a map and the location of each of the famous places they learned about
  • answer notebooking questions about what they have read

This is the perfect opportunity for students to practice written narration and reinforce the information being covered in their world geography studies.

Exploring Continents of the World Notebook pages

Along with learning about each continent in the world and some of the countries found in each continent, students will discover hundreds of interesting facts about people and places around the world, including the topics below.

Here’s Just a Few of the Topics Covered:

  • Aboriginal People
  • Amazon Rainforest
  • Ancient Thebes & Necropolis
  • Arabic Caligraphy
  • Arctic Tundra
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Basel Mission Society
  • Bharata Natyam
  • Biomes
  • Black Forest
  • Bollywood
  • Camel Spiders
  • John Calvin
  • Canadian Bill of Rights
  • Castles and Town Walls
  • Central African Republic
  • Christian Orphanages
  • Classical Gardens of Suzhou
  • Captain James Cook
  • Leonardo da Vinci
  • Declaration of Independence
  • Dinosaur Provincial Park
  • Easter Island
  • Egyptian Cobra
  • Everglades National Park
  • Forbidden City
  • Giants Causeway
  • Golgotha
  • Great Barrier Reef
  • Great Wall of China
  • Johannes Gutenberg
  • Hinduism
  • Imperial Palaces
  • Kimberly Diamond Mine
  • Leif the Lucky
  • Neuschwanstein Castle

Explore Biomes & Geography Terms

Learn about the biomes of the world, including: rivers and lakes, grasslands, desert, rainforest, forest, coral reefs, mountains, and the arctic tundra. Memorize various geography terms like archipelago, butte, fjord, isthmus, mesa, plateau, and many more.

Just Open and Go!

Our Notebook Companions are created to be easy-to-use. There are no teacher’s guides and you can just open and go.

Just grab a copy of the Children’s Atlas of God’s World and our Notebook Companion™ and dive in. You don’t have to worry about any prep-work. You can explore the continents and countries in any order and choose the pace that works for your homeschool!

Children’s Atlas of God’s World by Master Books

Finally, an atlas that aligns with a biblical worldview! Children’s Atlas of God’s World by Master Books is full of unique insights into Christian history makers and fascinating landmarks. Students will learn about the design of ecosystems and biomes, explore great civilizations, and dive into discoveries found around the world. This is a great resource for any homeschool and will go along nicely with any geography curriculum!

Using Children’s Atlas of God’s World alongside our Notebook Companion™ Exploring the Continents of the World will allow students to document their discoveries through written narration, notebooking, and sketching –  a creative kid’s favorite way to homeschool!

Children's Atlas of God's World


3 reviews for Exploring the Continents of the World

  1. Stephane Burger

    We love this companion notebook! Not only did our 7th grader learn a lot, but it also assisted in practicing the valuable skill of summarizing. This notebook allowed us to discuss even the short answer questions in a little bit more depth as we often do rabbit trails on topics that interest our middle schooler. The “Exploring the Continents of the World” notebook companion gave us the opportunity to brush up on world geography facts and add many new knowledge treasures before we dig into the much deeper study of each continent in high school.

  2. J Mitchell

    We love our Children’s Atlas, and this Notebook Companion takes it to the next level! It helps reinforce what my kiddos are learning without feeling like we’re adding to their workload. Thank you, Daily Skill Building!

  3. Anne Dolmseth

    Our twelve-year-old only child that has the twice exceptional dual adhd son with anxiety had a challenging time adapting to a public-school institution. So, my husband and I chose to homeschool. However, finding superior quality educational materials to use in our family are difficult to find. Then after hours, and days of searching the internet searching for substantial, informative, and worthy subject matter that would take us on a journey around the world, we discovered “Exploring the Continents of the World.” I thought to myself, “perfect but what is note booking?” Upon reading the description of what I needed to do and what was required of my son to learn, I knew this was for us. After quickly downloading the pdf after our purchase and printing a few pages our son was on a new and fun adventure of note booking and literally “Exploring the World.” We love the ability to utilize every style of learning with note booking, visual, kinesthetic, reading / writing, and auditory all at the same time. This past week our family traveled to Europe through our sons’ eyes, words, and art that he unearthed via “Exploring the Continents of the World.” Thank you, Daily Skill Building, we love and appreciate all that you have given our family!

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