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Trail Guide to Learning: Paths of Exploration Volumes I & II, Second EditionDebbie StrayerGeography Matters / 2013 / Hardcover$151.49 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Give your students the tools to learn HOW to think about history, instead of expecting a mere recitation of facts! Six units cover language skills, science, history, geography, art and thinking skills as students learn about Columbus, Jamestown and the Pilgrims in Volume 1, and Daniel Boone, Lewis & Clark, and Trails West in Volume 2. Each unit features six lessons with five parts that are designed fit within a week or shifted to suit your scheduling needs. Small icons mark the appropriate grade level of activities, allowing this curriculum to be used for students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades, and with enrichment activities students in the 6th grade.
Opening with "Steps for Thinking", each lesson is clearly structured and labeled, with teacher notes and any materials needed listed on the side. The main content is interspersed with lesson instructions that are written directly to the child, creating a smooth flow for each day's work.
Lessons include copywork/dictation activities; reader assignments that bring real literature into the curriculum; Parent Read-Aloud, Discussion, Narration, and Reflective Writing activities; and a word study to help students gain contextual vocabularies, as well as improve their spelling skills. Geography, Science and History connections weave history together with geography, while the Charlotte Mason approach to science helps children observe, record, and evaluate nature. Writing exercises are integrated throughout as a response to lessons, while drawing activities help students to improve their powers of observation. "Doing" activities help students think through the information they've learned, while receiving additional motivation.
The included Student Notebook (to be downloaded with registration code) serves as a portfolio of student work with maps, charts, copywork passages for lower grades, unit games, and checklists. While the first edition featured a CD-ROM, this 2nd edition code allows for access to the most recently updated digital downloads.
This second edition features a number of updates and improvements:
- Lessons now include spelling lists that are geared to the literature, while often directing focus to specific spelling strategies.
- New games include spelling scrambles and spelling word searches.
- Age-appropriate grammar concepts are reinforced through practice and games.
- Two new books in the Pilgrims unit, Sarah Morton's Day and Samuel Eaton's Day, help children get a feel for life from a child's perspective in that time period.
- Unit summaries provide a glimpse of what is covered for each six weeks, including materials and resources used.
- The two appendices are now combined into one and arranged by unit rather than by topic.
- The teacher section includes lesson at a glance charts, challenge spelling words, vocabulary lists, and more.
World Physical Geography: Welcome to the Wonderful World of Geography Set (Student Text and Teacher's Guide), Revised and Updated EditionBrenda RunkleGeography Matters / Trade Paperback$62.99 Retail:3.5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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"Welcome to the Wonderful World of Geography: World Physical Geography" will bring you to space and back down to earth! Beginning with our planet and its place in the solar system, students will learn about landforms, lakes, maps, climate, time-zones, minerals, mountains, volcanoes, biomes, erosion, and other aspects of physical life on earth. Full-color lessons include definitions and fun facts in the sidebar; goals are stated up front, illustrations or photographs help shed light on important concepts; hands-on activities are fun and reinforce the main point; new words are bolded within the lesson; and review questions & vocabulary, along with any Latin or Greek roots, complete the chapter. Student Book is 288 pages, softcover.
The included teacher's guide includes chapter review questions and answers, chapter tests, and the answers for the chapter tests. Teacher's Guide is 135 pages, softcover.
Welcome to the World of Geography, Student Activity BookBrenda RunkleGeography Matters / 2000 / Other$14.99Availability: In StockCBD Stock No: WW44896
Welcome to the world of physical geography! Explore volcanoes, tectonic plates, latitude and climate, the center of the earth, the hydrosphere, the atmosphere, biosphere and more with charts, photographs, maps and other images. This activity book contains lessons on maps, latitude and longitude, pronunciation, geography and also contains enrichment activities. 124 pages, softcover.
Perfect as its own ethnographic course, or as a supplement to geography, history, or social studies, Eat Your Way Around the World will be a hit for any homeschool family! Arranged by continent and country, simple, traditional recipes are interspersed with etiquette hints, food profiles, notes on the culture, recipe information, room to journal.even a passport is included! Discover foods from Egypt, Ethiopia, Morocco, Nigeria, South America, China, Japan, India, France, Ireland, England, Canada, Guatemala, Jamaica, the U.S. and more. 111 pages, spiral-bound softcover. Index with websites for more recipes included.
Now you can taste your way across the country without leaving your own dining room table! Eat Your Way Through the U.S.A. includes a full meal of recipes from each state plus the District of Columbia. The recipes are easy to follow. Though not written at a child's level, children can be included in the preparation of these dishes. All pages are printed in two colors for added interest and there is a set of interesting food facts from each state to supplement your cooking experience. Spiral Bound.
Bon Voyage! Take a vacation around the world with Trail Guide to World Geography. Three different 'trails' allow for three years worth of use, or for three different students to simultaneously use the same curriculum; trails are divided into 2-4th grade, 5-7th grade and 8th-highschool. Geography Trail Features include five minute drills that use an atlas, almanac or critical thinking and analysis skills on the part of the student; Points of Interest contains a variety of mapping, research and other projects for students to choose from, and "Geography through Literature" follows Phileas Fogg in "Around the World in 80 Days." Systematically moving around the world, there's something here for everyone, whether you're looking for a few warm up drills or a thorough, in-depth geography course. Reproducibles and answers included. 127 pages, softcover.
Make your way across the great United States with this Trail Guide to US Geography. Three different trails allow for three years worth of use, or for three different students to simultaneously use the same curriculum. Geography Trail features include five minute drills that use an atlas, almanac or critical thinking and analysis skills on the part of the student; "Points of Interest" contains a variety of mapping, research or other projects for students to choose from, and Geography Through Literature follows the Louis and Clark Expedition. Systematically moving through the US, there's something here for everyone, whether you're looking for a few warm up drills or a thorough, in-depth geography course. Reproducibles and answers included. 126 pages, softcover.
Galloping the Globe: The Geography Unit Study for Young Learners, Updated and Revised Edition with CD-RomLoree Pettit, Dari MullinsGeography Matters / 2010 / Trade Paperback$22.99 Retail:3.5 Stars Out Of 5 6 Reviews
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Creative and filled with ideas for traveling the world in your studies, Galloping the Globe is a unit study for kindergarten through fourth grade. Focusing on the seven continents and some specific countries, this study is designed to take 1-3 years to complete; suggested schedules are included. Integrating geography, Bible, history, science, literature, and maps & flags, children will discover the famous people from each country as well as holidays and other cultural traditions. Each country has a checklist with books to read from the core reading list as well as individual picture books, biographies, websites to visit, language arts selections, appropriate Bible references and activities unique to each portion of the world. Employing a notebooking approach, students build a notebook as they progress throughout the course. The CD-ROM includes all of the activity sheets, maps, and flags that are in the book, as well as other bonus notebooking pages. Mac and PC compatible. Maps, reports, flags, and activity pages are reproducible. 266 pages, indexed. Answer key included. Grades K-4. Softcover.
This study is based around a core book list consisting of the following:
Canter about the country as you introduce your students to the fifty states and Washington D.C. State geography, history, mottos, animals and other regional information is collected and presented in this comprehensive notebooking unit study. Each state features an introductory reading passage followed by interesting facts and a booklist separated into general reference, geography, history/biography, science, literature, language arts, and character (derived from the state motto) categories. A list of activities rounds out each state, allowing parents to pick and choose what they'd like to do. Small reduced images show you what notebooking pages to complete from the CD-ROM. The included CD-ROM contains reproducible outline maps, word searches, crossword puzzles and in this new edition, even more notebooking content! 261 pages with limited reproducible pages, softcover. Grades 1-5.
Perfect for any homeschool geography project, this book of completely customizable maps gives your students the space to write in capitals, bodies of waters, major population cities, terrain, elevation and more! Outline maps, shaded relief maps, and maps covering continents, regions, countries, the 50 U.S. states, and Canadian territories and provinces are included. Perfect for reinforcing all your homeschool history, social studies and unit study lessons! Over 130 maps included. 136 pages; reproducible for families, co-op class teachers, or single classrooms. 8.5" x 11". 3rd Edition.
Perfect for any homeschool geography project! Completely customizable to your project, fill in captials, bodies of waters, major population cities, terrain, elevation and more! This CD-ROM contains all the maps found in Uncle Josh's Outline Map Book, plus scores of additional bonus maps. Over fifty countries, each of the fifty states, all Canadian provinces & territories, all continents, and even color maps on hurricane tracking, a storm chart and other various maps are all included. Perfect for reinforcing all your homeschool history, social studies and unit study lessons! Over 180 maps included. 1 CD-ROM.
Discover the world through art! Many different features will highlight the various features of countries around the world through sketching, artist profiles, culture connection boxes, internet resources, recipes, maps, and leveled projects for multi-age use. More than 100 art projects touch on 27 countries, including Egypt, Ghana, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, China, India, Japan, Russia, England, France, Germany, Italy, Ukraine, Brazil and others. Notes on the country, step-by-step instructions, photographs or illustrations, needed materials and other information are included. 189 pages, indexed, softcover. Reproducibles included.
Keep your timeline organized and neat with the Mark-It Timeline of World History from Geography Matters! This timeline is made of paper; the front has a yellowed parchment appearance with dates, while the back features marked brown lines on white without dates. Homeschoolers can use the blank side for studies before 4000 BC or to add more details than can fit on the front; because the back is not numbered, each mark can stand for 1-100 years as needed. Lines may be cut apart if a linear time line is desired. Measures 23" across the bottom and is 34" tall.
The "Continents Map Set" features 7 large-scale outline maps that are large enough to perform an endless variety of mapping projects and hands-on activities. The maps of North America, South America, and Africa all measure 17" x 22", the map of Europe measures 19" x 20", the Asia/Australia/Antarctica map measures 23" x 34" and the bonus map of the USA measures 15" x 22". The Asia/Australia/Antarctica map has Asia on one side and Australia and the Pacific Ocean on the other. The Australia side also features an inset of Antarctica as seen from the bottom of the globe!
The jumbo size outline maps in this set are ideal for any study of the Bible, Ancient Civilizations, and more. It is the recommended map set to use with Trail Guide to Bible Geography. Timeline and maps are double-sided.The set includes the following 11" x 17" outline maps:
Profiles From History: Stories of Those Who Are Worthy of RemembranceAshley M. WiggersGeography Matters / 2009 / Trade Paperback$13.99 Retail:
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With a focus on the character, as well as the accomplishments, of these people who have done great things with their lives, readers will find multiple elements of these biographies to relate to. Short (page-and-a-half) biographical sketches present a quick look at the innovation and courage many had, profiling what they are remembered for today, and providing insights into their motivations. Critical thinking activities include sequencing of events and true/false questions; maps help students to see where events took place; and timelines provide an overview of particular time periods. An activity extends the lesson, and various games (crosswords, word scramble, etc.) provide a fun way to remember the important part of each biography. Read about everyone from Marco Polo to John Smith to Handel to Sacagawea to Francois Millet! 20 profiles; 203 pages, softcover, answer key included. Grades 3-5.
Focusing on the character and accomplishments of Americans who did great things with their lives,Profiles from History Volume 2 provides an introduction to American lives worth emulating. Short biographical sketches present a quick look at the innovation and courage of founders & nation-builders such as Patrick Henry, Daniel Webster, Clara Barton, Annie Oakley, Harriet Tubman, and others.
Profiling what they are remembered for today, and providing insights into their motivations, discussion questions provide opportunities to think critically about each biography; maps help students to see where events took place; and timelines provide an overview of particular time periods. An activity extends the lesson, and various games (crosswords, word scramble, etc.) provide a fun way to remember the important part of each biography. 20 profiles; 220 pages, softcover, answer key included. Grades 3-5.
Focusing on the character and accomplishments of leaders who did great things with their lives, Profiles from History Volume 3 provides an introduction to courageous lives worth emulating. Short biographical sketches present a quick look at the innovation and courage of those leaders who changed the world, including Amos Fortune, George Washington, Noah Webster, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Abraham Lincoln, Winston Churchill, Corrie ten Boom, and others.
Profiling what they are remembered for today, and providing insights into their motivations, discussion questions provide opportunities to think critically about each biography; maps help students to see where events took place; and timelines provide an overview of particular time periods. An activity extends the lesson, and various games (crosswords, word scramble, etc.) provide a fun way to remember the important part of each biography. 18 profiles; 203 pages, softcover, answer key included. Grades 3-5.
Lewis & Clark capture a special spot in American lore; spend a little extra time in your American history studies with this fun book of Art & English activities! Journal entries and a simple, chronological lesson with bolded vocabulary words, illustrations & photographs provide the framework for interspersed activities. Make a quill pen, write short character sketches, make a 3-D map, draw a portrait, and learn to draw plenty of scenes & animals. 66 indexed pages with glossary, softcover. Pages are not reproducible.