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These notes follow the Kenya Syllabus. The notes have been prepared by qualified professional teachers.

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1. Start with The Continents

Much like how it is easier to explain Mathematics at the basic level first, Geography is also a whole lot easier at the basic level. And one of the most basic levels of Geography starts with knowledge about each continent. This knowledge doesn’t have to include all the countries that belong to a specific continent. One can start by learning where each continent is situated in the globe and their borders with other continents.


2. Visualise information
For most of us, it’s far easier to remember the details of a picture (what we see) than the details of a lecture (what we hear). Visualisation is a memorisation strategy that can be used when studying just about any subject, but it’s particularly effective when studying geography. Visualisation can be applied in two ways. First, it can be applied by creating images in your mind that relate to an abstract concept. Second, and more importantly, it is applied by associating geographical information with location, size and shape. For example, learning all 50 states in the United States of America is far easier when memorising their location on a map, and associating them with their shape and size, than trying to memorise a written list.


3. Use technology and digital resources

Using technology and digital resources can make geography more interactive and engaging for students ages 6-10. For example, teachers can use educational apps, interactive maps, and videos to show students different parts of the world and teach them about different cultures and landmarks. Teachers can also use virtual reality headsets to take students on virtual field trips to different parts of the world.


4. Be Knowledgeable About Large Bodies of Water

Geography is not only limited to landmasses but can sometimes also include bodies of water. Think of all the great oceans that encompass the very continents you are studying. Think about the rivers that gave birth and life to early civilizations.

Knowledge about bodies of water is just as important as knowledge about the landmasses located in a country as they also serve an important role in shaping the geography of a certain place. Knowledge about large bodies of water and the continents is the basics of geography and will be the foundation for other knowledge you will learn as you continue to study geography.


5. Frequent Reviewing
If you want to do well in your geography class, it’s important that you frequently review your notes. One of the keys to memory retention and recall is to consistently review your notes and other study materials weeks before your exam(s). Geography is one of those classes where students like to cram. It is possible to memorize all the states in a country overnight, but the information won’t stick with you very long after your test. To move information from your short-term to long-term memory, frequent reviewing is necessary.