45 lessons including chapter reviews.
This textbook gives fourth grade pupils a glimpse of the world's geography, cultures, and wildlife from a Biblical perspective. The first chapter teaches a basic knowledge of the climate zones of the earth. Chapters 2-8 take the student around the globe, studying the geographical and cultural variations of different lands, including Nigeria, the Philippines, Australia, Europe, Japan, Siberia, Ecuador and more. Chapter 9 prepares the student for the fifth grade book, "Homelands in North America," by teaching a basic knowledge about the United States and Canada. Special attention is given to an understanding of the states, provinces, and regions of these two countries.
Mapmaking and geographical knowledge are emphasized throughout the course. The students are required to fill out blank outline maps for most of the lessons. The outline maps are included in the back of the pupil's textbook, and my be copied or traced as needed.
Over 230 maps, illustrations, and photographs are shown in color or black and white. Study exercises are included for each lesson.