This is the Kindle version of the Aquinas Learning Geography Workbook 2. Learn the basic geographic layout of Western Europe, Eastern Europe and Asia in Geography Workbook, Cycle Two, Western and Eastern Europe and Asia from Aquinas Learning. Each outline map is presented in two ways, one page has the map with corresponding cities, capitals and physical features and the next page has the blank outline without any of the information. Students can trace the outlines of the map, study and highlight cities, capitals and features, and finally review by filling in the pertinent data on the blank map. This book also includes homework assignments and blank review pages for each section. This book corresponds with the Cycle 1 and 3 Geography curriculums for the Aquinas Learning Program.
Black outline maps included in the book are: World Map, Continents and Oceans, Barbarian Invasion, Turkey & Surrounding Area, England & Ireland, Gaul,-France, Middle East and the Arabian Peninsula, Hispania, Muslim Captivity of Rome, Continental Europe-North, Eastern Europe, Jerusalem Crusade Routes, Northern Europe, British Isles, Western Europe, Central Europe, France and Louis IX Crusades, Italy, Chartres-France, Black Death by 1353, Siege of Orleans-France, Spain-Spanish Explores, Age of Exploration, Germany and Austria and Switzerland, Small European Nations, England Details, Greece and the Mediterranean, Lepanto-Turkey
The blank outline maps in this handbook can be freely printed and photo copied by a by a mentor or parent for use in their classroom or in their home school.
Aquinas Learning is a classical home education mentoring program guiding students toward wisdom and virtue. Peers meet once a week for instruction, discussions and oral presentations, led by trained mentors at local, independently owned centers licensed to use the Aquinas Learning program. Materials and online support are provided for parents to continue the lessons in their home schools throughout the week.
The Aquinas Learning program provides the students with the building blocks necessary for a liberal arts education that blends the Great Books and the Scholastic Inquiry approach. The 3-cycle curriculum is the framework from which parents can base their lesson plans throughout the school year across PK-10th grade, forming a harmonious comprehensive home education, benefiting the entire family.