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Rainbow Price: $15.95
From that mogul of maps, Josh Wiggers (of Geography Matters), comes this valuable resource with over 130 reproducible maps. Need a map for Hannibals travels, hurricane tracking, or habitat studies? Its here! No more wasted time searching for that elusive map of the ancient Middle East! Includes maps of each of the fifty states, continents, ancient historical regions, historical war regions, and more.
Rainbow Price: $20.95
All the same outline maps that are in Uncle Joshs Outline Map Book, but with a few extras: Canadian Provinces and Territories, Ancient Civilizations, Mongols, Thirteen Colonies, 10/40 Window, and state maps with USA inserts. The following shaded relief outline maps are also included: Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, Europe, North and South America, World, Pakistan and Afghanistan. In all, there are over 260 printable maps. Windows requirements: Windows 95 or later; Mac requirements: OS 9 or later; Acrobat 5.0 or above (included); and an inkjet or laser printer (recommended). Revised in 2008. ~ Zach
Rainbow Price: $14.25
Following the same great format as Trail Guide to World Geography (see description), this book focuses on U.S. Geography. The thirty-six weekly lessons in this book cover the fifty states, organized by region. Students study the states at a rate of about two per week. This easy-to-teach book covers essential geographical facts and features of each state. Like the World book, this one includes 5-minute daily drills, mapping, building a geography notebook, and a wide variety of additional projects. The literature unit in this book focuses on the Lewis and Clark expedition, using the book The Captains Dog, by Roland Smith. Heavily used resources include Uncle Joshs Outline Map Book, and other resources are also recommended to help enhance the study. These are listed below for your convenience. The authors also recommend having an atlas on hand with Lewis and Clarks route mapped out. A Geographical Terms Chart is recommended with these and all Trail Guide studies. We do not offer the chart that is recommended; however, it is available through Geography Matters. This Trail Guide was revised and updated in 2007. ~ Rachel S.