There's a Map On My Lap!: All About Maps
Part of the Cat in the Hat Learning Library, this title introduces young readers to maps, their purpose, scale, directions, latitude, longitude, and more. Several types of maps are discussed, including political maps, topographical maps, marine maps, city maps and population maps. Each page is illustrated in a very Seussian style, and the bouncy, rhyming text is reminiscent of The Cat in the Hat, although it is written by a different author. A glossary and suggestions for further reading are included. 46 pgs, hc. Jess
Beautiful Feet curriculum takes a multi-level, living book approach to teaching history, geography and world cultures, using easy to use Guides for the teacher and engaging, well-written literature for the student. The Guides provide book lists, chapter readings, discussion and research questions, background information, website links, answer keys, and more. See our website for lists of literature resources to accompany each guide. Most guides provide content for one year of study, with the exception of Geography through Literature and Western Expansion. The latter two are recommended to be completed together for one year of study. Numbers of lessons vary, and are scheduled 1 to 4 days per week. Recommended Timelines, Maps , or a Composition Book maybe available. See individual courses for more details. Timelines are cardstock and include the figures referenced in the study. Students will need to color, cut and assemble the timeline and figures. History and geography come alive with these well done literature guides. See our website for required books for each guide. Some guides and resources contain Christian content while others do not; contact us for additional information.