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"When I opened my eBook I was completely amazed and blessed to find that I had everything I needed to teach this course. I am new to homeschooling and notebooking and it seems that I am always second guessing myself and wondering if I am doing enough. This guide definitely takes care of that.

"As a new homeschooling mom, I have found the Student Notebooks an invaluable resource. I can print off the pages with confidence knowing that my son is receiving a valuable and consistent education in geography. The time that I can save by using the student notebook is worth far more than the purchase price." (Jessica Feliciano, Plainfield, IL)

"Thanks for offering such high-quality resources. I highly recommend the
Student Notebook, as well as the other Geography Matters products I've purchased. Your resources have single-handedly
made geography our favorite subject in homeschooling! " (Lisa A. Beach, freelance writer)

My 14 yr. old son loves the Trail Guide Student Notebook! He actually is enjoying putting together a notebook, doing research for the questions and using the maps that are included in this comprehensive book. Thank you for making this student friendly and fun!" (Cathy, home school mom)

"I bought all three notebooks. I think they're terrific. " (Maura Stitcher)


Updated and Revised for 2007!

The U.S. Trail Guide Student Notebook eBook is a downloadable set of printable pre-formatted templates and outline maps for creating the awesome personal geography student notebooks recommended in the Trail Guide to U.S. Geography.

One of the most common questions we are asked at conventions and by phone regarding our Trail Guides is: “Where is the student book?” Our answer, “No workbook is needed because your students will create their own geography notebooks while they are learning,” led to the next question, “How do we create a notebook?”

Although you can build a geography student notebook using the information included in the Trail Guide to U.S. Geography, many folks prefer additional guidance. If you don’t know how to create a student notebook, want more structure, or simply don’t have time to figure it out for yourself, this is just what you need to catch the vision!

Download-Print-Use eBooks are simple to use. Just download the file, print the pages, and hand them to your students. You can print the whole eBook or select what pages and templates you want to print.

Over 175 pages include:

• Geography Trails Questions
Separate pages with the Intermediate level of daily geography trails questions and a place to put the answers.

• Outline Maps
Specific state outline maps required for each week and the list of mapping assignments.

• Notebook Pages
A variety of specifically formatted templates associated with assignment choices for each week. Provides ample room to include written summaries, pictures, and drawings.

• Generic Templates
A variety of templates students can use for creating their own crosswords, charts, fact sheets, reports, and more.

Student Levels
The U.S. Trail Guide Student Notebook is available for each of the 3 trails in Trail Guide to U.S. Geography.

• Primary: 2nd - 4th grades
• Intermediate: 5th - 7th grades
• Secondary: 8th grade - high school

PLEASE NOTE: You MUST have Trail Guide to U.S. Geography to make use of the Student Notebook.
Answers to the Geography Trails questions, instructions for using the curriculum, and the Literature Unit are NOT included in the Student Notebook eBook.


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File Last Updated:
September 11, 2006
This title was added to our catalog on September 11, 2006.