How much to do you know about Mexico’s Geography?
Which state — known as the “the breadbasket of Mexico” — is responsible for most of Mexico’s agriculture?
Which Mexican state contains the highest population of ethinic peoples and languages?
And which state is home to the aquaduct that appears on the 50 peso bill?
You’ll find the answers to these questions and many others in the exciting Mexico geography coloring book my husband and I have created spotlighting each of the 32 states of Mexico.
About Mexico: Coloring Book and Geography Study
Information accompanying each ready-to-color illustration identifies the state’s motto, coat of arms, capital city, state size, landmarks and other intersting facts. In addition, accurate outline drawings of each state include an inset of the state’s location on a full map of Mexico.
Brimming with information, and an appendix full of additional reproducible notebooking pages and information, this entertaining and educational coloring book is an ideal learning aid that youngsters will love using at home or in the classroom.
- Grades 3-6
- 53 pages, reproducible, single family license
- 32 pages of state information
- Note booking pages and state website directory
- Spanish and English language editions available
- Downloadable ebook coming to Paradise Praises and Lemonhass.com
- Print bilingual book coming to Amazon.com
Want to know what other teachers and parents think?
If you’re homeschooling, the Mexico: Coloring Book and Geography Study can be used for geography (I didn’t know Mexico had 32 states) or even included with cultural studies as part of a foreign language course. Lots of potential with the facts added to each page. It’s not just a coloring book! This book is AWESOME! – Trena B.
I was very impressed with Katie’s Mexico geography coloring book! This book is perfect for teaching a detailed state by state knowledge of Mexico. I am successfully teaching my entire family a unit study on Mexico with this as the geography portion. That is a 1st grader up through high schoolers. They are all learning an in-depth detailed knowledge of Mexico just in time for Cinco de Mayo. – Heather L.
This is a wonderful overview of Mexican geography — great as is or use as a springboard to dig even deeper into Mexico. You’ll be creating your own personal book of Mexican state geography. – H. Moore
Very useful resource. – Debra B.
This new book from Katie Hornor is the next best thing to taking your family on a trip to Mexico— or the perfect preparation leading up to your adventure!! Filled with something to learn and do for children of all ages, “Es un placer” to read and use this geography tool! Well done! – Jen from WordTraveling.com
If you’re looking for a comprehensive geography study that focuses on Mexico, look no further! This Coloring Book & Geography Study covers all 32 Mexican states. In the back of the book, students will find notebooking pages for biographies, state history, historical monuments, and more. I highly recommend this book if you are looking for a thorough study of Mexico. – Tara M.
Katie’s newest book, this study on the geography of Mexico, is fabulous! If you’re looking for a resource that will provide a thorough study of Mexico, look no further! – Wendy W.