Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Mapping the World with Art

Our regular mapping workshop, now flying us to Japan. We learn about the VOC, the place of Dutch traders, and the artificial island built in the seventeenth century.

But we're worried. We can see the end of our Ellen McHenry inspired co-op, Mapping the World. Only a few sessions to go? What on earth will we do? It has been a fixture of our fortnights for at least a decade.

Home educators, Mapping the World is totally recommended. Easy to do, filled with routes to take, ideas to play with, wander off with history, geography, cartography, cooking, craft. Here, have a trial, then bring a group of kids together in your kitchen, plan the activities, run the co-op, enjoy the experience and share out the biscuits.

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