Four Free Maps from Map Trek 3

Map Trek: New World

Atlas and Outline Maps of World History

Ready for your third adventure?

mom and sons hiking

Grab your children by the hand.  It’s time to explore our world throughout history.  Let’s pick up our trek where we left off and explore the New World time period.

*** You can pick up your free maps on the Knowledge Quest web page here – /MapTrek3.html ***

We have heard your comments throughout the years and have set out to provide 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 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.  Here’s what the new Map Trek will provide you:

1. A full color teacher’s answer map that will help you tremendously.  Here is a sample below.  Go ahead and download this map that depicts some of the early battles of the American Revolution.  Right click and choose “save image as” to save to your computer.

*** You can pick up your free maps on the Knowledge Quest web page here – /MapTrek3.html ***

American Revolution I

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 of this sample map to your computer and print one out to see for yourself.  Right click and “save image as” to save to your computer.

American Revolution I Blank

Here are a couple more for you to download today!

*** You can pick up your free maps on the Knowledge Quest web page here – /MapTrek3.html ***

Seven Years' War

Seven Years' War blank

3. Lesson Plans to help you know what to assign to each of your children at their various stages of learning.  There are lesson plans included for all 32  outline maps and are broken down into 3 levels – Level A (grades 1-4), Level B (grades 5-8) and Level C (grades 9-12)

4. Grid maps and blank grids to help your kids learn to draw the land masses of our world in a fun and painless way!

*** You can pick up your free maps on the Knowledge Quest web page here – /MapTrek3.html ***

We’d love to hear what you think.  You can leave us any comments, questions or suggestions on our Facebook wall or right here on my blog.  Here is the link to Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/KnowledgeQuest

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4 Responses to “Four Free Maps from Map Trek 3”

Holly January 21st, 2010 at 8:56 am

Thank you so much!! These are fantastic! Holly

Christina January 21st, 2010 at 3:04 pm

Thank you so much — these are really great!

Sandra January 21st, 2010 at 8:00 pm

Once again Knowledge Quest has gone over the top in generosity! Thank you so much for giving us gold on a costume jewelry budget!!

irawati January 22nd, 2010 at 3:38 am

Merci beaucoup!My daughter love to learn history and world map. I will show it to her this evening and discuss it together :-)

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