A Geography/Notebooking Resource for Any Older World History Program
Target Age Group: Grade 4 and Up
Type of Resource: Non-Consumable
This Geography/Notebooking Resource
REQUIRED FOR SOME PROGRAMS! With WinterPromise, each year’s program has mapping asssignments. From about the fourth grade on up, and especially for high school, these mapping assignments require the use of a good world history atlas. A world history atlas has maps that are both historical (i.e., Asia during the rise of the Mongols), and topical (i.e., showing the spread of Islam or the rise of European commercial empires). This atlas provides a wealth of maps — 450 of them — and is divided into five sections: The Ancient World, the Medieval World, the Early Modern World, the Age of Revolutions, and the Twentieth Century. At over 300 pages, this atlas is comprehensive, and will be a valuable part of your family’s library and aid their schoolwork for years to come. This atlas (or another like it) is required for completion of mapping activities for Adventures in the Sea and Sky, Quest for the Ancient World, Quest for the Middle Ages, and Quest for Royals and Revolution, and page numbers for this atlas are referenced in the Guides for these programs.