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Uncle Josh's Outline Map Cd-Rom
Uncle Josh's Outline Map Cd-Rom

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Are you looking for a straightforward way to assess your child's knowledge of country locations? I can't imagine an easier, more accurate method than an outline map for him to fill in. Outline maps are a foundational part of teaching geography. Guessing or multiple choice won't work here.

In addition, these outline maps can be utilized for a great deal more than country location. Obviously they can be used to mark other geological features like waterways and mountain ranges, but also consider using them to plot historical events or to track weather. If you have a goal of reading stories from around the world, outline maps can even function as a record-keeper.

These 260 maps include the 50 states of the USA, plus countries, continents, regions, and global maps with and without boundary lines. Twenty-one additional maps include shaded relief maps of the world and each continent, and also maps of each Canadian province and territory.

Print out as many of these little jewels as you need and you will save yourself the hours of drudgery that would be necessary to create your own outline maps. After all, the goal is to challenge your children, not your time commitments! Added to this edition are 50 color-labeled USA state maps with a hurricane tracking map!

Conveniently print hundreds of maps from your own home computer!

Publisher's Information
Author: Josh and Hannah Wiggers
Copyright: 2005
ISBN: 978-1931397100
Publisher: Geography Matters
Made In: USA

Mac and PC compatible
PDF files, uses Acrobat Reader (So as long as you have the latest free edition of Acrobat Reader this will run on any computer.)

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

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Wonderful! October 26, 2010
Reviewer: Christina from United States  
Uncle Josh’s Outline Map CD-ROM has been a huge blessing to us!  It makes it easy to include maps with whatever we are studying.  It is especially helpful for geography and history.  I have my children label each country and sometimes color the countries in with colored pencils.  It is a great way for them to learn the countries of an area.  We include appropriate maps in our lapbooks as well.  They make it clear to show where things are in the world, like rainforests, for example.  I also like to copy off a map for my younger children to color while we are reading about various places.  It keeps them busy, they enjoy it, and they are learning geography as well.  It is fun to draw or glue pictures on the maps to show the agriculture, food, missionaries, people groups, climate, topography, etc of a country or area.  Uncle Josh’s Outline Map CD-ROM is reasonably priced, and has been very beneficial to us.  I definitely recommend it!

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A fantastic resource! February 24, 2010
Reviewer: Leeanne from Pine Moutain GA  
This has been a fantastic resource for our whole family. We use it together with an atlas. I assign one area of the world (Europe, the Middle East, etc..) for about a month to my high schoolers. Their assignment is to fill all the countries on the map every day, with the help of the atlas as needed. By the end of the month, they are supposed to know those countries without looking. It is virtually painless and while I got a few complaints at first, now just knowing where all those countries are that are mentioned in the news or in a prayer letter makes them feel quite knowledgeable. They love it when I am wondering where a certain country is and they get to tell me. We have also used this in history and Bible as needed. It is great to be able to just print the appropriate map and be ready to fill it in with whatever it is we are studying. A fantastic resource!

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