ArtK12: Draw the USA

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Item #: 064785
ISBN: 9781492278955
Grades: 3-8

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Publisher: ArtK12

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Rainbow Resource Center Store
We hope to practice this over the summer. We've heard so many good things about this series.
Liz T on Apr 29, 2018
It looks like a fun way to learn geography
Molly H on Jan 20, 2018
We hope to practice this over the summer. We've heard so many good things about this series.
Liz T on Apr 29, 2018
We used the Draw Europe book first and found it really helpful to put all those countries into our minds. We had fun practicing drawing the countries on our large glass windows with a white board marker and look forward to learning the 50 states in the same way! This seems to be an excellent series.
Cheryl R on Apr 24, 2018
It looks like a fun way to learn geography
Molly H on Jan 20, 2018
I heard it recommended on a Facebook group site and wanted to try it out.
Karen M on Jan 6, 2018
I saw the completed work from a child who has used this curriculum, and was impressed with the results.
Beverly S on Nov 27, 2017
We're learning to draw the US this year. So helpful.
User on Oct 28, 2017
We participate in Classical Conversations, and another parent in our group mentioned this series as helpful for learning/drawing geography.
Anne C on Oct 8, 2017
To have a way for them to practice both the states and drawing/ fine motor.
Kristy B on Sep 18, 2017
I have used a friends and it was a great resource!
Mandi W on Sep 16, 2017
Others in our CC Community recommend this.
Jennifer P on Sep 15, 2017
Great for learning to draw USA
Kim T on Sep 5, 2017
Looks fun and would I hope will appeal to my kids that like to draw.
Michelle A on Sep 2, 2017
To go along with Classical Conversations Cycle 3.
Tiffany B on Aug 22, 2017
Recommended by others
Sharon A on Aug 22, 2017
It is used along with our Classical Conversations curriculum
Kristen A on Aug 13, 2017
Lover of geography and heard this book was a wonderful tool for teaching young kids.
Shelby S on Jul 11, 2017
It was recommended by other homeschool parents as a resource for learning to draw the world by memory.
Kim P on Jun 26, 2017
My CC student (age 8) uses this for drawing her maps. We'll use this one for Foundations Cycle 3. Last year, she successfully used Draw Europe for Cycle 2.
Sarah M on May 2, 2017
I love the idea of learning geography through drawing.
Elizabeth K on Apr 17, 2017
My kids love this series... some just draw and others trace.
Sarah G on Apr 5, 2017
Liked the others in the series.
Amanda D on Mar 30, 2017
A friend recommended.
Sheila D on Mar 12, 2017
To use with Classical Conversations Cycle 3 in the fall
Corey R on Jan 31, 2017
Part of our ongoing study of geography - my daughter loves to draw and learns so much better through drawing.
Kerry L O on Nov 23, 2016
It was highly recommended by Sarah Mackenzie (Author of Teaching From Rest) on one of her podcasts. She did show and tell with the book,a and I recognized it would be a fantastic way to do a map study while we focus on learning the states and capitals this year.
Faith D on Sep 3, 2016
Great price and helpful for learning geography!
Crystal Y on Aug 17, 2016
We used the Draw Europe book first and found it really helpful to put all those countries into our minds. We had fun practicing drawing the countries on our large glass windows with a white board marker and look forward to learning the 50 states in the same way! This seems to be an excellent series.
Cheryl R on Apr 24, 2018
I heard it recommended on a Facebook group site and wanted to try it out.
Karen M on Jan 6, 2018
Does this include drawing or learning the topography of the land and/or key cities or capitals?
A shopper on Feb 14, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This is a great book to help kids visualize each state, but it does not reference capitals or topography, other than significant lakes, bodies of water, and mountain ranges. The main purpose of this book is to help you draw the states in relation to the other states. We found it to be enormously useful, and it was easy enough to add in the capitals/features after the fact. Hope that helps!
Does the edition of Draw the USA sold by Rainbow Resource contain the state abbreviation errors that were present in the first edition?
A shopper on May 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure what edition we have. Ours has a 2015 copyright. I found one abbreviation error which I would classify as a typo. In one page of the text, the Arkansas page, the parethetical abbreviation was AK instead of AR. The map on the same page (and all subsequent pages) showed the correct AR abbreviation. In fact, all abbreviations on the map pages were correct. Frankly, this one error would be easy to correct and hardly detracts from this delightful and engaging geographical drawing lesson.
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    Start typing your question and we'll check if it was already asked and answered. Learn More
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    Why did you choose this?
    Rainbow Resource Center Store
    We hope to practice this over the summer. We've heard so many good things about this series.
    Liz T on Apr 29, 2018
    It looks like a fun way to learn geography
    Molly H on Jan 20, 2018
    We hope to practice this over the summer. We've heard so many good things about this series.
    Liz T on Apr 29, 2018
    We used the Draw Europe book first and found it really helpful to put all those countries into our minds. We had fun practicing drawing the countries on our large glass windows with a white board marker and look forward to learning the 50 states in the same way! This seems to be an excellent series.
    Cheryl R on Apr 24, 2018
    It looks like a fun way to learn geography
    Molly H on Jan 20, 2018
    I heard it recommended on a Facebook group site and wanted to try it out.
    Karen M on Jan 6, 2018
    I saw the completed work from a child who has used this curriculum, and was impressed with the results.
    Beverly S on Nov 27, 2017
    We're learning to draw the US this year. So helpful.
    User on Oct 28, 2017
    We participate in Classical Conversations, and another parent in our group mentioned this series as helpful for learning/drawing geography.
    Anne C on Oct 8, 2017
    To have a way for them to practice both the states and drawing/ fine motor.
    Kristy B on Sep 18, 2017
    I have used a friends and it was a great resource!
    Mandi W on Sep 16, 2017
    Others in our CC Community recommend this.
    Jennifer P on Sep 15, 2017
    Great for learning to draw USA
    Kim T on Sep 5, 2017
    Looks fun and would I hope will appeal to my kids that like to draw.
    Michelle A on Sep 2, 2017
    To go along with Classical Conversations Cycle 3.
    Tiffany B on Aug 22, 2017
    Recommended by others
    Sharon A on Aug 22, 2017
    It is used along with our Classical Conversations curriculum
    Kristen A on Aug 13, 2017
    Lover of geography and heard this book was a wonderful tool for teaching young kids.
    Shelby S on Jul 11, 2017
    It was recommended by other homeschool parents as a resource for learning to draw the world by memory.
    Kim P on Jun 26, 2017
    My CC student (age 8) uses this for drawing her maps. We'll use this one for Foundations Cycle 3. Last year, she successfully used Draw Europe for Cycle 2.
    Sarah M on May 2, 2017
    I love the idea of learning geography through drawing.
    Elizabeth K on Apr 17, 2017
    My kids love this series... some just draw and others trace.
    Sarah G on Apr 5, 2017
    Liked the others in the series.
    Amanda D on Mar 30, 2017
    A friend recommended.
    Sheila D on Mar 12, 2017
    To use with Classical Conversations Cycle 3 in the fall
    Corey R on Jan 31, 2017
    Part of our ongoing study of geography - my daughter loves to draw and learns so much better through drawing.
    Kerry L O on Nov 23, 2016
    It was highly recommended by Sarah Mackenzie (Author of Teaching From Rest) on one of her podcasts. She did show and tell with the book,a and I recognized it would be a fantastic way to do a map study while we focus on learning the states and capitals this year.
    Faith D on Sep 3, 2016
    Great price and helpful for learning geography!
    Crystal Y on Aug 17, 2016
    We used the Draw Europe book first and found it really helpful to put all those countries into our minds. We had fun practicing drawing the countries on our large glass windows with a white board marker and look forward to learning the 50 states in the same way! This seems to be an excellent series.
    Cheryl R on Apr 24, 2018
    I heard it recommended on a Facebook group site and wanted to try it out.
    Karen M on Jan 6, 2018
    Does this include drawing or learning the topography of the land and/or key cities or capitals?
    A shopper on Feb 14, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: This is a great book to help kids visualize each state, but it does not reference capitals or topography, other than significant lakes, bodies of water, and mountain ranges. The main purpose of this book is to help you draw the states in relation to the other states. We found it to be enormously useful, and it was easy enough to add in the capitals/features after the fact. Hope that helps!
    Does the edition of Draw the USA sold by Rainbow Resource contain the state abbreviation errors that were present in the first edition?
    A shopper on May 3, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure what edition we have. Ours has a 2015 copyright. I found one abbreviation error which I would classify as a typo. In one page of the text, the Arkansas page, the parethetical abbreviation was AK instead of AR. The map on the same page (and all subsequent pages) showed the correct AR abbreviation. In fact, all abbreviations on the map pages were correct. Frankly, this one error would be easy to correct and hardly detracts from this delightful and engaging geographical drawing lesson.
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