Explore the World One E-Book at a Time


You may have already heard about my e-book series or you may have not. Either way, I want to tell you about them again and share some great changes. The big change is that I’ve changed my selling platform to TeachersPayTeachers. I’m hoping to get more eyes on the books from teachers, homeschoolers, parents and grandparents. It’s easier for both me and you to navigate, pay, and download the books. It’s a win-win all around. Oh, and the best part – Project Around the World: New York City is now free. Yep, you heard right, FREE!

What will you find? You’ll explore New York City through crafts, math, and writing projects. You’ll find cityscape printmaking, subway acrostic poems, and more. In addition, you’ll find many resources to plan your own exploration of New York City.

The projects are perfect for elementary-aged children and can also be easily adapted for preschoolers. They are easy to do and you should have most of the supplies needed at home.

And if you enjoy it, I would greatly appreciate a rating at TeachersPayTeachers. Spread the word. Pin it, share it, and tell all your friends.


While you’re there, you can also grab your copy of Project Around the World: Alaska for only $5.00. Why the price difference? There are more projects, including some that I created exclusively for this book. I’ve created projects to help you explore the culture and geography of Alaska. Learn about the state animal, the moose, and the state fish, the salmon, through fun projects. Create a family totem pole and learn about the Native culture in Alaska. Or practice your storytelling skills with some Alaska-themed story starters. Oh, and there are even more projects, seven in all, plus a fun-facts section, and an extensive resource section with books and websites all about Alaska.
I’m very excited about this e-book series and plan on creating even more. I have a stack of books all about Washington DC ready to work on. Yay! I’m also planning a book about China and one about Australia. And, that is just the tip of the iceberg! We love learning about different cultures and it’s been difficult to find crafts and activities to help us learn. So, I started creating my own and want to share it with others.

Thank you so much for supporting this endeavor and I hope you find it valuable!


Go grab your free copy of Project Around the World: New York City.
Then read it, share it, pin it!


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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her at Better Than Homework where she shares fun learning activities or Creative Family Fun where she shares art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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