Map Trek

We are very excited about a new product that we are currently crafting and will be available quite soon. We have heard your comments throughout the years and are working on making THE most attractive and highly useful map book for home educators. You have said that you want…

1. Historical maps that will help you navigate through your history studies.
2. Accurate maps that show what the world was like THEN and NOW.
3. Maps that are easily downloadable yet inexpensive to print.
4. Attractive maps that you and your children will be proud to display.
5. Lesson plans that will show you what to do with them each week.

Map Trek meets all five of these demands and more. In just a matter of weeks, we will be rolling out our first volume. But we couldn’t wait until then to give you a sneak peek. Here’s what the new Map Trek will provide you:

1. A full color teacher’s answer map that will help you tremendously. Go ahead and download this copy of the major landforms of the world from the website – /Map-Trek.html

Major Landforms of the World

Major Landforms of the World

2. An unlabeled student map for your child to color in and label. Notice a few key features on this map. There is a slight color shading on the ocean/water areas to help your child determine which parts of the map are land and which are water. BUT the shading is minimal so as to not interfere with his creative coloring process OR to use much ink when printing from your printer. Feel free to save a copy to your computer and print one out to see for yourself. You can download from the website here – /Map-Trek.html

Unlabeled World Map

Unlabeled World Map

3. Lesson Plans to help you know what to assign to each of your children at their various learning levels and stages of development. (You’ll have to wait for those!)

Lots more to come…

Now, the question remains… What do you think?

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  • Julie C.

    Is there a reason the names of the PDF files are “ancient”? They look pretty current to me. ;-) I just renamed them when I saved them.

  • http://www.homesteadblogger.com/highhopesacademy Cindy

    I just love that you are compiling the book of maps for homeschooling families. I can’t wait to get my hands on it.
    Thank you so much.

  • http://camsshel.blogspot.com Michelle in OK

    I’m excited about this-particularly the lesson plans. We used another program for 6 years (that you made a supplement for) and I was wondering what we would use for geo since we are going a little more casual this year.

  • Dawn Simpson

    Maps are beautiful. Thank you for the freebies!

  • http://polprav.blogspot.com/ Polprav

    Hello from Russia!
    Can I quote a post in your blog with the link to you?

    • / Terri

      Sure, that’s fine.

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